Scholarship Reception 2022

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Highlights From the 2022 Maryville University Scholarship Dinner: March 30, 2022

Thank you for your interest in scholarships at Maryville University. Whether you are a current donor, a student recipient, or are simply hoping to learn more, we welcome you!

On March 30, 2022, nearly 100 scholarship donors and recipients gathered on the Maryville campus to celebrate the power and impact of scholarships. After two years of celebrating virtually, it was a joy to be together, and provide opportunities for individuals to meet face-to-face.

We shared personal stories and reflected on the many experiences scholarships have made possible for Maryville students—from study abroad … to extracurricular involvement and leadership … to simple relief from financial stress.

Laraine Davis, Vice President of Community and Government Relations
Office of Development and Alumni Relations

Please take a moment to see and hear from some of our speakers, including students, Maddy Agers, ’22, and Mayosore’ Kemp, ’22; and alumnus Greg Dannegger, ’94. Browse through our donor and scholarship listings. And be sure to view a message from vice president of government and community relations, Laraine Davis.

Feel free to contact us at any time about scholarships at Maryville. We’re glad you are here!

Thank you for your support,
and for helping us celebrate scholarships at Maryville.

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“These scholarships will aid me in continuing my education and achieving my dreams of being an educator. I am now able to focus more of my attention on my studies, campus involvement, and volunteer activities because I am able to worry less about the money aspect of furthering my education. Being awarded these scholarships has pushed me and given me the motivation to work even harder to excel in college.”

DE’STASSJA BANKS, Education-Middle School Mathematics
AT&T Endowed Scholarship
Everlouis DeBaun Endowed Scholarship

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“This generous scholarship donation has lifted a huge weight off of my back! I now have significantly less debt to pay off after I graduate and will be able to invest instead in life ambitions. This has truly been a gift of a lifetime that has given me a gracious head start!”

JACKSON TIMBLIN, Actuarial Science
Kathryn Faber Cox Annual Scholarship

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“This scholarship has made a huge difference for me in having peace of mind to focus on my studies. I have worked full-time in various jobs while I have been in school to be able to pay for my tuition. I will be able to apply this scholarship to my loans and that will reduce my financial burden as a person just starting in my field, and I could not be more grateful. Thank you so much for your generous support!”

ALEXIS SHANKS, Cyber Security
Darryl Pope Endowed Scholarship

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“This scholarship support greatly helps my family and me be able to afford college. Without this generous support, I would not be able to afford to go to college. This support means the world to me.”

ASIBA BEKIROVA, Nursing
Anonymous Nursing Scholarship

Greg Dannegger, ’94
Donor
 
Greg and Robin Dannegger Scholarship

Maddy Agers, ’22
Recipient
 
Earl E. Walker Endowed Scholarship in Entrepreneurism and Innovation

Mayosore’ Kemp, ’22
Recipient
 
La Salle Middle School Endowed Scholarship

Maryville University Scholarship Reception

We enjoyed being back together in person to share appreciation for the scholarship donors who significantly impact the lives of Maryville students—and to celebrate the accomplishments of scholarship recipients.

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Founded in 1872 by the Society of the Sacred Heart, Maryville University has evolved from a small academy in South St. Louis to a dynamic national university in West St. Louis County. Maryville is proud to celebrate our history, people and stories of the past 150 years. From time-honored values and traditions to leading a digital revolution of higher education, it’s a time to remember all we’ve accomplished.