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Ted Rollins provides free housing options for students awarded Horatio Alger scholarship

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Campus Crest Communities led by CEO Ted Rollins provides free housing options for students who win Horatio Alger Florida Scholarships to college. These students are recognized for overcoming adversity in their lives.

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Ted Rollins provides free housing options for students awarded Horatio Alger scholarship

  1. 1. Ted Rollins provides free housing options for students awarded Horatio Alger scholarshipCampus Crest Communities led by CEO Ted Rollins provides free housing options for students who win HoratioAlger Florida Scholarships to college. These students are recognized for overcoming adversity in their lives.The award comes with a $5,000 prize as well as access to financial aid and scholarship counseling, collegereadiness help, 24/7 support including crisis response and counseling resources, free housing options providedat 44 campuses around the country, grad schoolfunding and access to peers and scholarship programalumni.The scholarship recipients were picked based on theircommitment to education, dedication to communityservice, and strength of character in overcomingpersonal obstacles to achieve academic excellence,according to The Horatio Alger Association ofDistinguished American, which sponsors thescholarship.The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc. bears the name of the renowned authorHoratio Alger, Jr., whose tales of overcoming adversity through unyielding perseverance and basic moralprinciples captivated the public in the late 19th century. The Association, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit educationalorganization, was established in 1947 to dispel the mounting belief among the nations youth that theAmerican Dream was no longer attainable.

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