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SBC Cleveland Students Awarded Scholarship

August 25, 2011 General 0 Comments

Columbus, Ohio (August 25, 2011) – The Ohio Association of Career Colleges and Schools (OACCS) has awarded Kristin Smith, of Elyria, and Nataliya Yuzvak, of Parma, Workforce Tuition Scholarships to attend Sanford-Brown College.

The scholarships were among 15 awarded by the association through a competitive process. The grants assist individuals who plan on attending or who are currently attending a career college or school in Ohio. Sanford-Brown College, in Middleburg Heights, was one of the 12 participating institutions.

OACCS created the scholarship program this year and distributed $15,500 for this academic term.  

“Ohio’s career colleges and schools are committed to putting higher education within reach of people who desire to improve their skills and employability in a changing economy,” said R. David Rankin, OACCS executive director.

Students must use the funds for tuition, fees, and supplies directly related to the cost of the education and training. To maintain eligibility, students are required to maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better and a 90 percent attendance record.

The Ohio Association of Career Colleges and Schools is a statewide association of voluntary membership for non-public, post-secondary private schools and colleges. All member schools are licensed by the State of Ohio, through the State Board of Career Colleges and Schools. Ohio has more than 300 registered career colleges and schools preparing students for jobs and careers through certificate, diploma and degree programs. For more information, visit

If you have any questions, please contact Delle Rayner, Director of Fiancial Aid at or by phone:  440-202-3242.


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