Judson and LULAC Council #5236 Partner to Grant Scholarships to Latino Students
(Elgin, IL - October 16, 2012) LULAC Council #5236 awarded five Latino Judson University students scholarships at their annual meeting and awards ceremony on September 10.
Through an ongoing partnership between Judson University and LULAC Council #5236, each of the five students were awarded $5,000 toward their tuition with Judson. This is the fifth year of a 10-year, $200,000 scholarship program to support deserving Latinos students to attend Judson University.
The 2012-13 LULAC scholars include Mary Lu Bartolón, a freshman architecture major from Dudley, N.C.; Agustín Martínez, a sophomore management information technology major from Elgin, Ill.; Andrea Carolina Martínez, a freshman from Bartlett, Ill.; Andrea Carolina Martínez, a junior biochemistry major from South Elgin, Ill.; and Leticia Joy Pérez, a sophomore business management major from Harvard, Ill.
Founded in 1929, LULAC is the oldest Hispanic civic organization in the U.S. Council #5236 boasts more than 30 active and committed members and more than a decade of service to the Elgin, Carpentersville and Dundee communities.