Kennett Square Student Receives Merit Scholarship from Pitt-Greensburg

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KENNETT SQUARE, PA — Mikayla Klenk, of Kennett Square, has been announced as the recipient of a Merit Scholarship from the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. This scholarship is renewable for the next four years, providing the student meets the scholarship criteria. Pitt-Greensburg offered $7.5 million in scholarships to students this past year.

Klenk has been accepted as a member of the Fall 2023 freshman class and plans to participate in pre-medical careers program. The daughter of Michael Klenk and Rebecca Tyrrell, Klenk graduated in June 2022 from Kennett High School where she was active in FBLA (four years/ two years as president), Student Council (four years/one year as president), and Humanitarian/Mini-Thon (four years/two yeas fundraising and special events chair). She also participate in track, volleyball, dance, trampoline team and served as the boys’ volleyball team manager.

Founded in 1963, the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg is a publicly assisted, four-year, liberal arts college in southwestern Pennsylvania. Pitt-Greensburg offers 31 baccalaureate degree programs, including new majors in Nursing, Healthcare Management, and Education, as well as 30 minors and four certificate programs. With nearly 1,500 students, more than 10,000 alumni, and faculty and staff numbering 260, Pitt-Greensburg provides a vibrant, diverse community that is a dynamic model of a 21st-century liberal arts education.

As part of the University of Pittsburgh system, Pitt-Greensburg offers the resources of a world-renowned university combined with the individualized and immersive experiences of a small liberal arts college. Creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit permeate the campus and extend into its many collaborative projects with the Westmoreland County community.

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