Look who got a scholarship!

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Look who got a scholarship! From the Connecticut Post:

Included were transcripts of his grades from Southeastern University in Washington, D.C. which he attended in the late 1990s and where he took mostly business classes. He was at best a mediocre student, with his transcript peppered with Cs and Ds, and even an F in one class, Basic Statistics. His grade point average for the five semesters he attended between 1997 and 1998 was 2.78.

That was good enough to gain him transfer admissions to the University of Bridgeport, where a Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status shows he was awarded $6,700 in grant money to attend the school beginning in January of 1999. The remaining $14,700 tuition was covered by "family funds," according to the document. He was studying for a bachelor's degree in marketing, the certificate says.

Look who got a scholarship! From the Connecticut Post:

Included were transcripts of his grades from Southeastern University in Washington, D.C. which he attended in the late 1990s and where he took mostly business classes. He was at best a mediocre student, with his transcript peppered with Cs and Ds, and even an F in one class, Basic Statistics. His grade point average for the five semesters he attended between 1997 and 1998 was 2.78.

That was good enough to gain him transfer admissions to the University of Bridgeport, where a Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status shows he was awarded $6,700 in grant money to attend the school beginning in January of 1999. The remaining $14,700 tuition was covered by "family funds," according to the document. He was studying for a bachelor's degree in marketing, the certificate says.