William Jewell College offers scholarship to Liberty students

William Jewell College’s Ely Resident Hall now bears the name Mathes on the historic college campus. The college is offering students from Liberty up to $6,000 per year in housing scholarships for living on campus while attending the college.

LIBERTY — William Jewell is making living on campus more affordable for hometown students through a new housing scholarship, according to a college press release.

All 2020 graduates who live in the Liberty school district will be eligible for up to $6,000 per year to experience the college community through on-campus living. This includes Liberty High School, Liberty North High School, home-school and private school graduates.

“William Jewell believes campus living enriches the academic experience for the student and ultimately increases the value of every dollar spent on tuition,” said Eric Blair, vice president of enrollment and marketing. “Insights and discoveries happen at all hours of the day, generating memories and connections of immeasurable worth. We want every student to live on campus and have access to the total Jewell student experience.”

For more details on the housing scholarship, visit www.jewell.edu/scholarships.

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