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DWU announces Randall Scholars for 2019-2020

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Dakota Wesleyan University announces the winners of its most competitive scholarship award – the Randall Scholarship.

DWU welcomed high school seniors to campus for the DWU Scholarship Days Feb. 1 and Feb. 15 to compete for various scholarship opportunities. Among those is Dakota Wesleyan’s most prestigious academic scholarship, the Randall Scholarship.

To compete for a Randall scholarship, students must have at least a 3.5 GPA and a 24 ACT/1090 SAT score and must meet certain leadership/service qualifications. The award may amount up to $21,000 per year and is renewable for up to 10 semesters if the student remains in good standing.

The following six students were named Randall Scholars:

Hope Bartmann, Montrose, received the Randall Scholarship. She is a senior at Montrose High School and is the daughter of Joe and Jaime Bartmann.

Zachary Hefty, Baltic, received the Randall Scholarship. He is a senior at Baltic High School and is the son of Jenny and Brian Hefty.

Megan McCorkell, Yankton, received the Randall Scholarship. She is a senior at Yankton High School and the daughter of Chad and Susie McCorkell.

Bailey Nester, Hartford, received the Randall Scholarship and an athletic scholarship. She is a senior at West Central High School and is the daughter of Jess and Ellen Nester.

Ashley Pruss, Sioux Falls, received the Randall Scholarship and an athletic scholarship. She is a senior at Tea Area High School and is the daughter of Brian and Mary Pruss.

Devan Weelborg, Bryant, received the Randall Scholarship and an athletic scholarship. He is a senior at Hamlin High School and the son of Shaine and Jodi Weelborg.