NSU recognizes scholarship recipients for 2021

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ABERDEEN, S.D. – Northern State University in Aberdeen, S.D., recognizes scholarship winners for 2021, including the WolfPACT Scholarship and Dual Credit Scholarship.

The WolfPACT is the largest guaranteed, four-year scholarship in South Dakota. Students entering their freshman year at NSU are eligible for various funding amounts based on their ACT scores and GPA.

Northern started offering the NSU Dual Credit Scholarship in fall 2021 to any new freshman taking dual credit courses through a South Dakota high school. This scholarship can be awarded on top of the WolfPACT.

Scholarship recipients who requested their information be sent to the media are listed below, grouped by hometown and/or state. Students who received both the WolfPACT and HSDC are listed under both scholarships.

 

WolfPACT Scholarship

 

California

Gabriella Arenas, Torrance

Esteban Mendoza, Whittier

 

Iowa

Abigail Johnson, Ankeny

 

Minnesota

Jordan Tschumperlin, Barnesville

Kaylin Peterson, Becker

Emily Covington, Dayton

Elinor Sayers, Lakeville

Wyatt Block, Mankato

Summer Carlson, Moorhead

Cole Carney, Prior Lake

Hanna Thompson, Victoria

Nathan Van Orman, Worthington

 

Nebraska

Kamdyn Barrientos, Grand Island

Jessica Splichal, Mitchell

Alexus Townsend, Omaha

Brooke Carlson, Syracuse

 

North Dakota

Brady Bauman, Bismarck

Chance Durheim, Ellendale

Jacksen Moni, West Fargo

 

South Dakota

Morgan Dannen, Aberdeen

Megan Fastenau, Aberdeen

Payton Gross, Aberdeen

Kayleen Hermans, Aberdeen

Jordan Hermansen, Aberdeen

Lane Malsom, Aberdeen

Grace Nelson, Aberdeen

Julia Orr, Aberdeen

Skylar Pike, Aberdeen

Tia Swiontek, Aberdeen

Lily Tobin, Aberdeen

Cora Wager, Aberdeen

Ashley Wandry, Aberdeen

Benjamin Wirth, Aberdeen

Emma Woehl, Aberdeen

Bryce Peterson, Bristol

Brynlee Lokkeberg, Colton

Ally Cunningham, Faulkton

Peyton Melius, Faulkton

Braden Freeman, Groton

Logan Hinman, Groton

Regan Leicht, Groton

Grace Wiedrick, Groton

Kielee Otten, Hudson

Tyson Lien, Huron

Hailey Bierman, Ipswich

Angeline Rye, Ipswich

Emily Palmer, Langford

Avery Wolff, Leola

Abigail Brooks, Madison

Estella Bullis, Mitchell

Tyler Kjetland, Mitchell

Faith Ragels, Mitchell

Hayden Bohl, Northville

Jonathan Burkhalter, Prairie City

Nick Preble, Rapid City

Arin Wagner, Rapid City

Vanessa Klein, Rosholt

Randi Schuster, Roslyn

Ava Pickard, Sioux Falls

Alexandra Zwaschka, Spearfish

Landon Leidholt, Warner

Abby Hartman, Watertown

Delanie Tschakert, Watertown

Josie Mehling, Wessington

Cassidy Slykhuis, Woonsocket

 

Wisconsin

Luke Schroeder, Ashwaubenon 

 

South Dakota Dual Credit Scholarship

 

Morgan Dannen, Aberdeen

Megan Fastenau, Aberdeen

Payton Gross, Aberdeen

Kayleen Hermans, Aberdeen

Jordan Hermansen, Aberdeen

Lane Malsom, Aberdeen

Grace Nelson, Aberdeen

Julia Orr, Aberdeen

Tia Swiontek, Aberdeen

Lily Tobin, Aberdeen

Austin Wagemann, Aberdeen

Cora Wager, Aberdeen

Ashley Wandry, Aberdeen

Benjamin Wirth, Aberdeen

Ayden Murray, Brandon

Tanner Nifong, Brandon

Brynlee Lokkeberg, Colton

Peyton Melius, Faulkton

Kaylin Achen, Frederick

Regan Leicht, Groton

Jaida Klanchnik, Huron

Hailey Bierman, Ipswich

Angeline Rye, Ipswich

Emily Palmer, Langford

Avery Wolff, Leola

Abigail Brooks, Madison

Lane Hedglin, Pierre

Lydia Boock, Rapid City

Charity Lee, Roscoe

Karina Ramirez, Roscoe

Vanessa Klein, Rosholt

Randi Schuster, Roslyn

Alexandra Zwaschka, Spearfish

Landon Leidholt, Warner

Summer Scepaniak, Warner

Dawson Schmidt, Watertown

Delanie Tschakert, Watertown

Josie Mehling, Wessington

Cassidy Slykhuis, Woonsocket

 

About Northern State University

Northern State University is a student-centered institution that provides an outstanding educational experience, preparing students through the liberal arts and professional education for their future endeavors. A regional university, Northern offers rigorous academics; diverse civic, social and cultural opportunities; and a commitment to building an inclusive environment for all points of view. Northern also offers a broad-based athletics program, sponsoring 15 NCAA Division II intercollegiate varsity sports that compete in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (NSIC). The university strives to enrich the community through partnerships such as its Educational Impact Campaign, which opened a new South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired; new athletic and recreation fields; and, soon, an on-campus regional sports complex. With the $55 million campaign, NSU has been the recipient of more than $150 million in privately funded building projects and scholarships within a decade. To learn more, visit NSU Admissions