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U. Offers Twelve $1,000 Undergraduate Scholarships

The National College
Magazine is offering 12
* $1,000 scholarships to
outstanding undergraduate stu-
dents in a variety of fields.
Eleven of the 1994 U.
Scholarships are being offered in
the names of major U. advertisers
- companies that share U's com-
mitment to college students.
In addition, U. awards a $1,000
Special Achievement Scholarship
to a student who has consistently
overcome personal hardship and
obstacles to excel academically
and in extracurricular activities.
"Through this annual program,
U. seeks to recognize and reward
students who exemplify the values
of achievement, excellence, lead-
ership and diversity of interests
and concerns," said Gayle Morris
Sweetland, Publisher and Editorial
Director of U.
Specific qualifications and crite-
ria are listed for each award. The
scholarships honor students
demonstrating excellence in acad-
emic and extracurricular activities
and who have genuine financial
need.
Except for scholarships
designed specifically to aid
minority or handicapped stu-
dents, the awards will be given
without regard to race, gender,
color or creed.
Applications, using the form at
right, along with supporting doc-
uments, must be received by May
30, 1994.
Winners will be notified by
August 30, .1994, and will be
announced in a fall issue of U.
The National College Magazine

Name Soc. Sec. No.

(Last)

(First)

(M.I.)

Names of U. Scholarship(s) Applying For*
please list separately
College or University

Enrollment status as of fall, 1994: 0 Freshman
MajorMinor
School Address

Q Sophomore 0 Junior 0 Senior
GPA
Phone

City .

State Zip_

Permanent Address _

Phone

City_

State

.Zip

The statement included in this application and supporting documents are true and accurate.

Signature

Date

* You may apply for more than one scholarship with one application packet.
This application must be accompanied by the following: 1) two letters of recommendation and 2)
an essay of no more than 500 words describing your qualifications. Include pertinent campus
and community activities and explanation of financial need. Current resume may be included if
available. A small photo may be included if available. All materials must be sent in one packet.
This scholarship is funded by U. The National College Magazine. The determination of the
winning student is the sole responsibility of American Collegiate Network, Inc. The award is
not available to employees or family members of American Collegiate Network, Inc., or the
sponsoring organizations.
Winners will be notified by August 15, 1994. Winners will receive their scholarship checks as
soon as possible, following enrollment for the fall term. Proof of enrollment will be required.
The scholarships are open to undergraduate students only.

$1,uuu uAU R wiZWNNE: JUt LAHUWSIU, Utan State U. "Susan Browning on the ultimate canyoneering/backpacking trip in Southern Utan."

Checklist: Q Application
Q Essay

Q Two recommendation letters Q Photo (optional)
L Resume (optional)

Please mail completed scholarship information packet to:
U. Scholarships for Excellence, Achievement and Leadership
1800 Century Park East, Suite 820, Los Angeles, CA 90067-1511
DEADLINE:
To be considered for a scholarship, your complete application must be received by May 30, 1994.

$500 SECOND PRIZE WINNER: AARON HUGHSTON, California State
U., Long Beach "Freestyle skydiving from 12,500 feet gives 'Air Max' a
whole new meaning."
Beginning last March, U. asked you to grab your cameras and Capture the Nike
Spirit - those outstanding Nike moments in sports and everyday life, and to tell
us about the Nike Spirit you captured. You Just Did It!
U. readers sent in thousands of photos doing just about anything and everything in
their Nikes. From soccer to ballet dancing, bungee jumping to juggling, mountain

water. "By Alr. By Lano. By Water. Buy NIKe.

biking to skydiving. From awesome to hilarious. And your captions were great too.
Nike and U. are proud to publish the $1,000 Grand Prize winning entry, and the
second and third place winners with this national Nike ad. Plus, because you sent in
so many outstanding entries, Nike and U. have expanded the contest to include
another 30 winners.

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