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Student a semifinalist in fellowship competition

Published: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 5:30 a.m. CST

Jenni Frederickson of Waterman is a semifinalist for the Ronald W. Reagan Fellowship at Eureka College. The fellowship, based on leadership, service and academic excellence, includes a full-tuition scholarship to Eureka College over four years.

Frederickson attended a competition for the fellowship Feb. 21-22. Up to six incoming freshmen will be selected to receive fellowships. Winners will be announced in April.

In addition to receiving full tuition, Reagan Fellows participate in workshops and retreats during the school year. Fellows travel as a group during their freshman year to a domestic or international destination. During the summers of their sophomore and junior years, Reagan Fellows have mentorships with leaders in their areas of study in the United States and abroad. The program provides funding for travel and living expenses incurred as part of the mentorships.

Eureka College is a private, four-year liberal arts college with an enrollment of approximately 700 students. For more information, visit

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