UNION COUNTY — Berkeley College President Dario A. Cortes, PhD, has announced that high school seniors from Union County, NJ, have received scholarships to attend Berkeley College.
“We are proud to recognize the academic accomplishments of these high school seniors by awarding them scholarships to attend Berkeley College,” said Dr. Cortes. “As a college that values diversity, fosters academic growth and recognizes the potential of each student, Berkeley College looks forward to welcoming these scholarship recipients to our campuses in the coming year.”
The following students from Union County have received scholarships to attend Berkeley College:
- Courtney Atienza of Union, Union High School
- Lauren Baez Moreno of Roselle, Linden High School
- Andzelika Brudersaite of Linden, Linden High School
- Michelle Colon of Elizabeth, Thomas A. Edison Career & Technology High School
- Darren Doyle of Plainfield, Plainfield High School
- Matthew Dudek of Roselle Park, Roselle Park High School
- Dominick Glynn of Mountainside, Governor Livingston Regional High School
- Mark Kotulski of Clark, Arthur L. Johnson Regional High School
- Andre Rebelo of Elizabeth, Alexander Hamilton Preparatory High School
- Matthew Rivas of Scotch Plains, Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School
- Victor Roman of Elizabeth, Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. High School
- Brandi Schreurs of Linden, Linden High School
- Tabitha Serrano of Linden, Linden High School
- Timothy Thebodeau of Rahway, Rahway High School
- Edgar Velasco of Linden, Linden High School
Berkeley College scholarships are awarded annually to high school seniors who demonstrate a high level of achievement in high school. Scholarships are renewable based on the recipient’s cumulative grade point average at the end of each academic year and continued enrollment as a full-time student.
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