“I believe my next step is to get a Christian education that equips me with knowledge of the Bible, the skills necessary to excel in the work world, and godly relationships. I believe North Central will encourage success in both my personal and professional goals.”
– Elizabeth Keiler
Minneapolis – April 20, 2015 – The Board of Regents and Administration of North Central University are pleased to announce Elizabeth Keiler as recipient of the 2015 Regent’s Scholarship.
The coveted Regent’s Scholarship is a full-tuition, renewable scholarship awarded annually to an entering freshman based on superior academic performance, references, and a written essay. Keiler’s fine record of achievement makes her an outstanding choice. As a student at Green Bay Preble High School in Green Bay, Wis., Keiler participated in myriad activities including math and chess competitions, Future Business Leaders of America, yearbook, Spanish tutoring, track, tennis, and National Honor Society. She also is a member of Central Church, where she devotes her time serving the church’s youth group “One” and various missions partnerships.
“Elizabeth exemplifies the consummate North Central student, and we are delighted to award her the prestigious Regent’s Scholarship,” says Director of Admissions Joshua Martin. “Her gifts, leadership skills, and compassionate spirit will bless the North Central community throughout her college career.”
Keiler plans to major in business administration and minor in Spanish at North Central. “I believe North Central University will encourage me to seek God and allow me to earn a foundational education,” she says. “I am convinced that North Central will be a catalyst to overwhelming growth in my life, and I am beyond excited to attend.”
North Central University is a non-profit, private, Christian university located in the heart of Minneapolis. Offering more than 60 undergraduate degree programs in its Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Ministry, Fine Arts, and Missions, North Central also offers educational opportunities through its graduate studies program and the Institute for Biblical and Theological Studies. Visit northcentral.edu for more information.