ACU names new chief funding officer

Joe Lee Abilene Christian College introduced in a latest information launch that Joe Lee has…

Joe Lee

Abilene Christian College introduced in a latest information launch that Joe Lee has been appointed as its chief funding officer and president of the Abilene Christian Funding Administration Firm, efficient July 25.

Lee will succeed present CIO Jack Wealthy, who will probably be retiring on the finish of the 12 months, the discharge mentioned. Wealthy has held the place since 2006, and has been at ACU since 1991.

Lee beforehand was managing director for the household workplace of Strait Lane Capital Companions in Dallas, and had earlier held funding positions at HBK Capital Administration, JANA Companions and Fortress Funding Group.

He holds an undergraduate diploma in economics from Harvard College.

Tarleton ups scholarships for switch college students

Tarleton State College lately introduced that, beginning this fall, will probably be growing the dimensions of scholarships assured to college students who’re transferring to the college from one other school or college.

College students with a GPA of between 2.0 and three.0 will obtain annual scholarships of $500 to $1,000, and college students with a GPA larger than 3.0 will obtain $1,000 to $2,000. College students will need to have at the very least 30 credit score hours to qualify.

College students transferring from certainly one of Tarleton’s 9 Distinguished School Companions will obtain an extra $500, with awards adjusted proportionally for college kids enrolling at the very least half time.

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Cooperative Response Middle awards scholarships to Abilene grads

Cooperative Response Middle Inc., which relies in Austin, Minnesota, lately introduced that it’s going to award scholarships to 2 Abilene college students.

Brooke Garduno and Brazos Lewis, each 2022 graduates of Abilene Excessive College, will probably be receiving scholarships of $1,500.

The awards are a part of the CRC’s 2022 scholarship program, totaling $12,000 in scholarships to college students in communities the place CRC has workplaces, which incorporates Abilene.

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