The scholarship will provide Lindsey full in-state tuition for four years and $8,000 per year to cover other academic expenses. According to a press release from the university, “It is one of the university’s most valuable and competitive scholarships. It is awarded to undergraduates who plan to conduct research as part of their studies.” Students must have a minimum score of 31 on the ACT, 1420 on the SAT, and a grade point average of 3.75 or better to be considered for the award.
“I am extremely honored to be chosen as a Grawemeyer Scholar at the University of Louisville. I am looking forward to the academic and research opportunities this program offers,” expressed Lindsey. At Assumption, Lindsey was in the McAuley Scholar Advanced Program and was also a past Kentucky Governor’s Scholar.