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Save the Date: 2017 United for Liberia Gala

July 14, 2017
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It’s that time again. Our third annual United for Liberia Gala is fast approaching. This year, we are focusing on Global Health. UCL will honor Distinguished and Community Service awardees and award the 2017 UCL Scholars. We will also highlight Liberia’s health sector and continue to raise funds for education. Join us for a night of elegance and culture. Please, Save the Date.

Check out pictures from last year’s gala. Click here.

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UCL Higher Education Scholarship Winners Announced!

June 21, 2017
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UCL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

The University Consortium for Liberia is delighted to announce the winners of the  2017 UCL Higher Education Scholarships chosen by the UCL Scholarship Committee.

 The winners are as follows:

Sedia Beysolow– accepted to University of Georgia (Bachelors, Biology)
Randolph Glee– accepted to Clark Atlanta University (PhD, Social Work)
Dickson Goffa– accepted to Savannah State University (MBA)
Joshua Kulah– completing law degree at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (Juris Doctor)
Varbah Sorsor – completing chemistry degree at Clark Atlanta University (PhD, Chemistry)

 Congratulations to all winners and best wishes to everyone who applied!

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UCL Scholarship Deadline Extended to April 10th

March 27, 2017
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UCL SCHOLARSHIP FLYER New DEADLINE

The UCL Scholarship Committee would like to thank each student who has already applied for the 2017 UCL Higher Education Scholarship. We have decided to extend the deadline to April 10, 2017 to assure that as many students as possible get the opportunity to submit their application. Thanks again and we look forward to reading all of your submissions.

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UCL and Institutional Partners Host Student Leaders from University of Liberia

January 4, 2017
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UCL and our institutional partners hosted 7 student leaders from the University of Liberia. The two week-long program took place from October 28th to November 11th at the request of  University of Liberia President Dr. Emmet Dennis. During the trip, Liberian students were able to visit several local campuses to network with other student governments and engage in special lectures. The students even got the chance to tour Atlanta and some of the city’s main attractions.

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