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Bossier native awarded prestigious scholarship to LSU

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Bossier City native Kimberly Cook, who attended Haughton High School, has been awarded the President’s Alumni Scholars Award to attend LSU in the fall.

The President’s Alumni Scholars Award is one of the most prestigious scholarships available to entering freshmen at LSU. This award provides a full cost of attendance for four years and a $2,000 study abroad stipend. Each year, ten entering freshmen receive this award.

The Stamps scholarship is partly funded by the LSU Alumni Association.

Award recipients qualified for the award by having impeccable high school records and very high scores on college entrance exams. Select students were invited to compete for the award through an essay competition, and faculty panel interview.

For more information, visit www.lsu.edu/freshmanscholarships.

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