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Msg  24 of 31  at  2/20/2009 3:00:24 PM  by

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Would you be so kind, post this message on Schuler the Characater Assassin website FixElan, the glimmermen have me blocked, thank you

Would you be so kind and post this message on Schuler the Characater Assassin website FixElan, the glimmermen have me blocked, thank you
To the general public who disapprove of Jack W. Schuler with his setting up of FixElan which would be better named as FixKellyMartin as it's modus operandi is the character assassination of the good business name of Kelly Martin CEO Elan. I, like you all, believe in free open discussion about Elan the company and it's management. This is not the case with Jack Schuler. Schuler's FixElan is a one sided campaign of vilification of the good name of Kelly Martin CEO Elan. My attempts to challenge Schuller's fascist dirty tricks by posting comments have met with the removal of all my posts by the glimmermen by order of the Schuler. This is not just the matter of standing up for the good name of Kelly Martin CEO Elan, it goes further, this is about the democratic right to free speech. Please take this opportunity to express your opinion on the dictatorial tactics of Jack Schuler.

My posting no longer make the FixElan page, so I call on the good people to copy this page and post it at the various comments sections at FixElan - Link http://www.fixelan.com/blog/

Jack Schuler - Demands Good Character as requirement for Schuler Family Foundation funding, yet in business continues a character assassination of Kelly Martin CEO Elan
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 12, 2009 | Reply
Would Bill and Mary Lou Schuler approve of their son Jack besmirching the reputation of Elan CEO Kelly Martin - I don’t think that is part of the American Dream
Schuler Family Foundation/Schuler Scholar Program History
Launched in 2001 by Jack Schuler and daughter Tanya Schuler Sharman, the Schuler Scholar Program (SSP) was originally conceived as a vehicle for the Schuler Family Foundation to provide college scholarship assistance to bright, motivated high school students in order for them to matriculate to selective, private colleges and universities.
Waukegan High School was soon selected as a partner and in 2002 two college scholarships were awarded to graduating seniors. St. Martin de Porres High School came on board in 2004 and shortly thereafter the program evolved to include providing high school academic support and enrichment programs designed to prepare the scholars for the rigors of a selective college. In 2006 SSP partnered with Round Lake High School and in 2008 the first class of Schuler Scholars was selected at Warren Township High School.
The true genesis of the program came from Jack’s parents, Bill and Mary Lou Schuler. While in his twenties, Bill Schuler came to the US from Switzerland in search of a better life. While he had little money and no family in the state, he did have one thing - an education. Armed with a degree he sought to live the American Dream - build a good life for himself and his family. Mary Lou also valued education. During a time when education was not a priority for women, she and her sister both held a masters degree.
Bill and Mary Lou serve as the inspiration for the Schuler family and it was in honor of their memory that the Schuler Scholar Program was created. The Program aims to serve young people who, regardless of their family’s country of origin, like Bill Schuler, want to realize their dreams. The SSP aims to do so by assisting them in their effort to graduate from college.
The Schuler Scholar Program is funded soley by the Schuler Family Foundation. The Schuler Family Foundation does not accept requests for grants to other organizations
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 9, 2009
Reply from GR to Jack Schuler;
Jack, you may be speaking from a position of owning 5.5 million Elan shares, that does not mean you are better qualified in your downright negative assessment of CEO Kelly Martin. Who do you suggest would have done a better job at sorting out Elan’s financial crises post Geaney ( a pharmacist ! ). Do you feel the same way about Jeffrey Kindler CEO Pfizer, from a Legal background. Both Kelly Martin and Jeffrey Kindler come from a background with responsibilities of heads of divisions of worldwide leading companies. Elan’s pharmaceutical staff have always been world leaders be it EDT or the neurological sciences. What was the point in reinventing the wheel. You negative comments are a slur on the world class researchers at Elan. If you are talking about sales and the promoting of drugs, that a separate matter. As you claim to familiar with the selling pharmaceuticals part of the business, you will know it is a constantly changing business, and Elan like others attempts to forseee and adapt. So,after Kelly Martin successfully guided Elan though the financial abyss, Elan after the necessary divestitures, found itself relying on the new wonderdrug TYSABRI to keep us afloat, to pay for the substantial funds needed to for Elan’s committments in R&D in Alzheimer’s as a joint partner with Wyeth. This was done and has continued even with the withdrawal of TYSABRI after the PML cases, yet, Kelly Martin was there to take control. There was no delay, no obfuscation, he showed his true leadership qualities. Elan cut back and went into survival mode, EDT continued to deliver, that was not sold off, many others would have sold it in panic mode, Kelly did not. That was Elan’s lifeblood. Our R&D was kept together. Elan’s top researchers were happy to stay. That’s why we are alive today and able to talk about Elan it’s products and its rich potential. Jack, Pfizer has a pocketful of Alzheimer’s compounds. If you really took the time to familiarize yourself with Elan’s Alzheimer’s compounds, you would not make such an assinine comment that Elan’s Alzheimer’s compounds and R&D could be buried by Pfizer with one of it’s compounds. Why would you prefer symptomatics to disease modifyers. Jack, somebody is not keeping you informed, I told you Elan has the best Alzheimer’s R&D bar none. As regards Elan’s relationship with Biogen, who do you think had the best hand of cards with the TYSABRI troubles, sometimes you have to wait your turn. Jack, Kelly martin can handle any issue, he has experience and will utilise the skills of his team be it intellectual property, General Counsel, pharmaceuticals. Take another look at Elan’s management, heads of departments. How many of those people were with Elan five years ago. Jack, Elan under Kelly Martin, has continued to bring in the best on all fronts and I expect that it has in plan the necessary changes to meet the demands in two years time the ( don’t wish to tempt fate too much) approval of bapineuzumab.
Jack , What about your qualifications (ever don the white coat) more like the (oilskin) to me.
67 Years Old
Jack W. Schuler has served as our Chairman of the Board of Directors since January 1990. From January 1987 to August 1989, Mr. Schuler served as president and chief operating officer of Abbott Laboratories, a diversified health care company, where he served as a director from April 1985 to August 1989. Mr. Schuler serves as a director of Medtronic, Inc., a medical technology company, and Quidel Corporation, a developer and manufacturer of point-of-care diagnostic tests. He is a co-founder of Crabtree Partners LLC, a private investment firm in Lake Forest, Illinois, which was formed in June 1995. Mr. Schuler received a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Tufts University and a M.B.A. degree from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Administration.
Kelly Martin does not deserve the scorn of Jack Schuler. I expect Ned Johnson has took the time to acquaint himself with the historical events at Elan, and with this knowledge retains his wholesome confidence in Kelly Martin. Your’s respectfully, GR
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 9, 2009
Jack, if that’s the best “LINKS” can come up with it’s best six degrees of separation relative to Kelly Martin, employee Merrill Lynch ala “Enron 2002″ or the “Embezzlement Claim 2002; as for the rest, the self-centred opinions seeking immediate gratification, without the appreciation of the willingness to stick with the regulatory process demanded from legitimate pharmaceutical research. Jack, if you have a low threshold with regard to the patience needed in the new world of biopharmaceuticals, you may need to get out of the kitchen. Your’s faithfully, GR
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 9, 2009
re: GR
in February 9th, 2009 @ 12:08
Your comment is waiting moderation
I guess, he who pays the piper, plays the tune, eh Jack
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply Your comment is awaiting moderation.
By GR on Feb 10, 2009
Now Jack, about that six degrees of separation:
legalcasedocs .com /120/239/733.html#item13
vlex .com /vid/36351091
A lost opportunity, remember six degrees of separation
cases .justia .com /us-court-of-appeals/F3/297/210/505532/
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply Your comment is awaiting moderation.
By GR on Feb 10, 2009
Now Jack, about that six degrees of separation:

legalcasedocs .com /120/239/733.html#item13
vlex .com /vid/36351091
A lost opportunity, remember six degrees of separation
cases .justia .com /us-court-of-appeals/F3/297/210/505532/
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply Your comment is awaiting moderation.
By GR on Feb 10, 2009
Now Jack, about that six degrees of separation:
legalcasedocs .com /120/239/733.html#item13
vlex .com /vid/36351091
A lost opportunity, remember six degrees of separation
http://cases.justia.com/us-court-of-appeals/F3/297/210/505532/
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 10, 2009
Now Jack, about that six degrees of separation:
legalcasedocs .com /120/239/733.html#item13
vlex .com /vid/36351091
A lost opportunity, remember six degrees of separation
cases .justia .com /us-court-of-appeals/F3/297/210/505532/
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 10, 2009
Now Jack, about that six degrees of separation: legalcasedocs .com /120/239/733.html#item13
vlex .com /vid/36351091
A lost opportunity, remember six degrees of separation
cases .justia .com /us-court-of-appeals/F3/297/210/505532/
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 11, 2009
Jack Schuler, just a bit of balance to your one sided campaign against Kelly Martin. I will let the facts and figures do the talking, from this Elan Q4 Press Release
This is information contained in Elan Q4 Press Release
Analysis of Revenues FY 2008 ELAN
EDT
FY 07 v FY 08 +2%
Biopharma (TYSABRI/Speciality & Other)
FY 07 v FR 08 + 61%
Total
FY 07 v FY 08 + 32%
***************************************************************
Analysis of Operating Expenses ELAN
SG&A
2007 v 2008 - (16%)
R&D
2007 v 2008 + 26%
Total
2007 v 2008 + 3%
*****************************************************************
Financial progress 2006 to 2008
CAGR up 34%
2006 $560 2007 $759 2008 $1,000
Revenue increased by 80% driven by TYSABRI
Reduced Adjusted EBITDA losses by nearly $100m
Reduced SG&A expenses by 25%
Increased R&D investment by $100m+
Adjusted EBITA
2006 $(91) 2007 $(30) 2008 $4
*****************************************************************
Clinical development
Four P3 trials for Bapineuzumab
Four P2 trials
– Bapineuzumab SubQ
– ACC001 vaccine
– ELND005 oral
– Tysabri MM (P1/2)
Four trials in P1
– ELND006 Gamma
– ELND004 CD/UC
– ELND002 hematological malignancies / MS
– Tysabri SubQ
12 clinical trials under way
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
By GR on Feb 11, 2009
Come on Elanians, TIXX and ELN — Support Kelly Martin Now - Jack Schuler does not have my support
fixelan .com /blog/
Elanians, time to mobilise and show support to Kelly Martin. Jack Schuller has decided to set up the website fixelan to further his goal to force the Board of Directors, Elan to oust Kelly Martin. Jack Schuller’s website has set out to destroy the good name of Kelly Martin. If you attempt to support Kelly Martin in any way on Schuler’s fixelan website, you will get the ( Your comment is awaiting moderation ), which really means that the message may appear on your screen but will not be seen by the general public. Schuler is behaving like a tyrant. I appeal to all Kelly Martin supporters who are members of Elanians and of course my old friends at TIXX, to express your opinions on Schuler’s (pravda). If you find that your support for Kelly Martin encounters the Schuller Censorship with these words ( Your comment is awaiting moderation ) please copy the message and post it here at Elanians, also on TIXX and ELN our sister Investor Village message board…………..snug
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Investor Village Eln Message Board
Re: Jack Schuler is a distraction the company does not need
How ironic that you are willing to support Jack Schuler because he displays arrogance. You go try out Jack Schuler’s fixelan.com and attempt a dialogue and object to the dictatorial behaviour from Jack Schuler. Is that the kind of person you want to support. These are the tactics of a dictator, let you draw up your list from recent history. Those who see Jack Schuler as the promised one in the way Jack Schuler has carried out a character asassination on the Elan CEO Kelly Martin, should watch out. I ask you all to separate facts from innuendo in all in the one sided comments and links provided by Jack Schuler.
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Recs: 0 Re: Would Bill and Mary Lou Schuler approve of their son Jack besmirching the reputation of Elan CEO Kelly Martin
RockedRoj, you state: They raised him to fight the good fight.
So, tell me, what’s so good about creating a website that has set out to carry out a character asassination, the same site that will remove any criticism of Jack Schuler. Looks to me what we have is the school bully. I don’t think any parent wants to find out that their son or daughter were house angels and school devils. RockedRoj, what is your role in Jack Schuler’s gang, keep him happy by feeding him sugar lumps and praising him
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Re: Jack Schuler is a distraction the company does not need
How ironic that you are willing to support Jack Schuler because he displays arrogance. You go try out Jack Schuler’s fixelan.com and attempt a dialogue and object to the dictatorial behaviour from Jack Schuler. Is that the kind of person you want to support. These are the tactics of a dictator, let you draw up your list from recent history. Those who see Jack Schuler as the promised one in the way Jack Schuler has carried out a character asassination on the Elan CEO Kelly Martin, should watch out. I ask you all to separate facts from innuendo in all in the one sided comments and links provided by Jack Schuler
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Would Bill and Mary Lou Schuler approve of their son Jack besmirching the reputation of Elan CEO Kelly Martin
Would Bill and Mary Lou Schuler approve of their son Jack besmirching the reputation of Elan CEO Kelly Martin - I don’t think that is part of the American Dream
Schuler Family Foundation/Schuler Scholar Program History
Launched in 2001 by Jack Schuler and daughter Tanya Schuler Sharman, the Schuler Scholar Program (SSP) was originally conceived as a vehicle for the Schuler Family Foundation to provide college scholarship assistance to bright, motivated high school students in order for them to matriculate to selective, private colleges and universities.
Waukegan High School was soon selected as a partner and in 2002 two college scholarships were awarded to graduating seniors. St. Martin de Porres High School came on board in 2004 and shortly thereafter the program evolved to include providing high school academic support and enrichment programs designed to prepare the scholars for the rigors of a selective college. In 2006 SSP partnered with Round Lake High School and in 2008 the first class of Schuler Scholars was selected at Warren Township High School.
The true genesis of the program came from Jack’s parents, Bill and Mary Lou Schuler. While in his twenties, Bill Schuler came to the US from Switzerland in search of a better life. While he had little money and no family in the state, he did have one thing - an education. Armed with a degree he sought to live the American Dream - build a good life for himself and his family. Mary Lou also valued education. During a time when education was not a priority for women, she and her sister both held a masters degree.
Bill and Mary Lou serve as the inspiration for the Schuler family and it was in honor of their memory that the Schuler Scholar Program was created. The Program aims to serve young people who, regardless of their family’s country of origin, like Bill Schuler, want to realize their dreams. The SSP aims to do so by assisting them in their effort to graduate from college.
The Schuler Scholar Program is funded soley by the Schuler Family Foundation. The Schuler Family Foundation does not accept requests for grants to other organizations.
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Here’s something historical about Jack - the don of fixelan
Jack Schuller, the don of fixelan; a paragon in How to Win Friends and Influence People…………snug
query .nytimes .com /gst/fullpage.html?res=950DE6D61338F931A2575BC0A96F948260
Abbott Labs President Resigns
Published: August 12, 1989
LEAD: Jack W. Schuler, the president and chief operating officer of Abbott Laboratories, resigned yesterday over ”differences in philosophy” with Robert A. Schoellhorn, Abbott’s chairman and chief executive, a spokesman for the $5 billion diversified health-care concern said.
Jack W. Schuler, the president and chief operating officer of Abbott Laboratories, resigned yesterday over ”differences in philosophy” with Robert A. Schoellhorn, Abbott’s chairman and chief executive, a spokesman for the $5 billion diversified health-care concern said.
Mr. Schoellhorn announced Mr. Schuler’s departure after the latest of several stormy meetings of Abbott’s board and said he would immediately assume the added responsibilities as chief operating officer.
Mr. Schuler, who built up a diagnostic-testing business that has made an important contribution to Abbott’s earnings, had strong supporters on the board, according to a person close to the conflict who asked to be anonymous. He said Mr. Schoellhorn had demanded that the board choose ”me or him.” No. 3 in Line
”Jack Schuler was No. 3 in the line of people that Mr. Schoellhorn didn’t find acceptable,” said James L. Vincent, chairman of Biogen Inc., a biotechnology company based in Cambridge, Mass. ”I was the first, and Kirk Raab was the second.”
Mr. Vincent resigned as chief operating officer of Abbott in 1981 after nine years with the company, which is based in Abbott Park, Ill.
Mr. Raab left as president of Abbott January 1985 and became president of the San Francisco-based Genentech Inc. the following month. Mr. Schuler, who had been executive vice president at Abbott, became president in January 1987. ”Jack Schuler is probably one of the classiest executives I’ve ever had working for me,” Mr. Vincent said.
Neither Mr. Schoellhorn nor Mr. Schuler could be reached for comment Friday. ‘A Little Perplexed’
”I’m honestly a little perplexed,” said Mimi Willard, a health-care analyst at Shearson Lehman Hutton securities. ”I’m disappointed to see Jack Schuler go. But Mr. Schoellhorn is 61, so he will have four years to work on a succession plan.”
Kenneth S. Abramowitz of Sanford C. Bernstein & Company, said, ”Schuler was a risk-taker, a good man to have at the top of a company, but Abbott is not lacking in talent, so I’m sure they will find somebody talented to replace him.”
Abbott reported net income increased 15 percent in the first half of 1989, compared with the 1988 period. Abbott closed at $62.25, down $1, on the New York Stock Exchange, before the announcement of Mr. Schuler’s resignation.
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Re: Jack Schuler and his “fixelan” - Censorship (Your comment is awaitning moderation) which means it will not be seen by others!
splay, have you read the things Jack Schuller is calling Elan’s CEO Kelly Martin. Have you opened the “LINKS” section with all the innuendo and bathmouthing the good name of Kelly Martin. I urge you to go back and study what the Schuler Gang have produced, it is a disgrace to the good name of Kelly Martin
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Re: Snug ~ Please tell us why you would keep Mr. Martin’s team in place.
svtadvise, I don’t know whether you have put these questions to Kelly Martin through Elan Investor Relations. They are known to answer, maybe not always. Who would have predicted this world financial crisis. They were all complicit in this race to be bigger than the rest. Elan, was always prone to uncertainty even at the best of times, because of our debt burden, over reliance on Tysabri uptake, then to be clobbered with the PML cases. Beyond all this, the longtime Elan shareholders were prepared to see Elan’s Alzheimer’s pipeline make progress. The withdrawal of Tysabri could have distroyed Elan and handed over the Alzheimer’s pipeline as salvage to one of the now pipeline starved big boys. Let there be no doubt that Elan has come close to going out of business, but that is the past. We have a very rich pipeline and we will see it through. It would be a most foolish act to side with a self serving mouthpiece such as Jack Schuller. How would you like to be hung out to dry and have your good name dragged through the mud. Any person willing to believe that Jack Schuller cares about their Elan shareholdings is a fool……..snug
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Recs: 1 Re: Come on Elanians, TIXX and ELN — Support Kelly Martin Now - Jack Schuler does not have my support
I am a seasoned veteran in the Elan campaigns. These are very interesting times for Elan. Certain things need to happen to drive Elan forward towards intermediate and longterm benefit for the shareholders. I do believe that Kelly Martin as CEO has in place the strategy to achieve optimum benefit for all. This is the time for a seasoned negotiater and strategist. Kelly Martin bio:
Kelly Martin
Chief Executive Officer
G. Kelly Martin was appointed a Director of Elan in February 2003, following his appointment as President and Chief Executive Officer. He was formerly President of the International Private Client Group and a member of the executive management and operating committee of Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. He spent more than 20 years at Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. in a broad array of operating and executive responsibilities on a global basis.
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Re: SNUG–what is your issue
georgegrin, you state;
“Why should jack Schuler (if he is behind fixeln) pay to have you put propaganda there? You want to spread your view of the world, create your own website.”
reply from snug; georgegrin, sorry I don’t do jackboot one sided defamatory very well. I am more into open and frank discussion. It’s called democracy………..snug
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Re: The Jack Schuler fixelan Censorship Board are at it again (Your comment is waiting moderation)
splay, I can assure you Jack Schuler with these henchmen tactics, hardly has your shareholding in Elan at heart. We have been through some battles, my antennae tells me, to stick with Kelly Martin as CEO. (remember the digital switchover has been suspended till June 08, so keep with the rabbits ears)
By GR on Feb 13, 2009 | Reply
Jack Schuler and his “fixelan” - Censorship (Your comment is awaitning moderation) which means it will not be seen by others!
Jack Schuler and his “fixelan” - Censorship (Your comment is awaitning moderation) which means it will not be seen by others!
How many Elan Shareholder’s comments supporting Kelly Martin to Jack Schuler’s website fixelan found this notice ( Your comment is awaiting moderation). What a democratic forum, more like a two bit dictatorship, eh Jack. To Elan shareholders, do you think Jack Schuler really cares about you. Here you will be able to read the ongoing comments from GR whom the Jack Schuler gestapo deemed unsuitable for the ordinary Elan Shareholders. I invite others who may have exeperienced the same censorship, to copy and paste on Investor Village, where true democracy reigns……..snug
fixelan .com /blog/?p=1#comments

from the Schuler Family Foundation Scholar Program Application & Selection Process:
‘ How are Schuler Scholars chosen?

Scholars are chosen on the basis of the following criteria: academic performance, motivation and character, need for guidance, education and career plans, extracurricular involvement and financial need.’

‘Character’ - Jack W. Schuler does not know the meaning of the word Character; Character assassination yes, or a reputable businessman Kelly Martin CEO Elan. Jack Schuler speaks out of two sides of his mouth. What an example for the next generation.

schulerfoundation .org /managex /index.asp?ArticleSource=320

Scholar Program Application & Selection Process
A list of frequently asked questions and answers follows.

1. Who can qualify for the Scholar Program?

High school freshmen at the following partner high schools may be invited to apply:

Waukegan High School (WHS)

Round Lake High School (RLHS)

Warren Township High School (WTHS)

Applications are distributed at the end of freshmen year to students who:

Rank in the top 10% - 20% of their class based on first semester GPA

Are enrolled in a college preparatory curriculum consisting of classes in the 5 basic subjects:

English, Math, Science, Social Science and Foreign Language

Are taking honors and AP courses where available

2. How are Schuler Scholars chosen?

Scholars are chosen on the basis of the following criteria: academic performance, motivation and character, need for guidance, education and career plans, extracurricular involvement and financial need.

3. What is the application deadline? When do applicants interview and get inducted into the Scholar Program?

Refer to the application cover page.

4. How does the application process work?

Phase 1 – Applications:

Applications are distributed during the school day to eligible students at partner schools

Applicants and their parents/guardians are required to attend evening Information Meeting

Applications are submitted and reviewed by Scholar Program staff

Phase 2 – Interviews:

Qualified applicants and their parents/guardians are invited to interview

Applicants will be notified of their first interview appointment

Some applicants will be called back for a final interview

Within two weeks of the final interviews, all applicants will be notified by mail of their status

Phase 3 – Induction:

Enrollment is complete once applicants and their parents/guardians sign a contract outlining the terms and conditions of the program, a release of information form and a consent form to attend a mandatory 10-day summer leadership program.

5. How many scholars do you enroll in the Scholar Program every year?

The Scholar Program enrolls between 20-50 scholars per year at each partner high school.

6. Can the scholarship be applied to any college or university?

No, scholars must attend an institution that meets the approval of the Scholar Program. Approved institutions are highly ranked, uphold a high level of academic rigor, offer scholars individualized attention through small classroom learning environments, offer substantial financial aid, are highly selective in their acceptance process, and have high retention and graduation rates. A team of counselors provides one-on-one and group coaching to ensure admission into the best colleges and universities possible given each scholar’s academic background, career interests, learning style and cultural and socio-economic fit.

7. Does the family pay anything?

Families do not pay for any of the enrichment programs offered during high school. The $20,000 scholarship is a supplement to the family’s Expected Family Contribution as determined by the Federal Government.

8. Is it possible to lose the scholarship?

Yes, scholars who do not uphold the GPA requirement or do not attend mandatory enrichment programs can lose the scholarship.




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