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5 Niagara County students win free NCCC educations

5 Niagara County students win free NCCC educations

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The 2021 Niagara County Community College Distinguished Student Scholarship winners pose in front of Learning Commons on the NCCC campus. From left to right: Jillian Donovan, Mercy Walker, Gina Krolewski, Mackenzie White, and Bridget Hersee.

Five Niagara County high school students have won tuition-free education at Niagara County Community College.

Their two-year Distinguished Student Scholarships are the most prestigious awards given to incoming freshmen by the NCCC Foundation, which last year awarded nearly 200 students a total of more than $175,000.

Two of the winners of the full-ride scholarships are from Royalton-Hartland High School: Mercy Walker, who will study nursing, and Mackenzie White, who will study horticulture.

Other winners are Gina Krolewski of North Tonawanda High School, who will major in fine arts; Bridget Hersee of Starpoint High School, who will take criminal justice; and Jillian Donovan of Lewiston-Porter High School, who will study accounting.

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