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Richardson named first recipient of newly established Harry Singh SPED Scholarship

Kiley Richardson PictureThe Morehead State University Foundation has announced the establishment of the Harry Singh SPED (Special Education, Moderate and Severe Disabilities) Scholarship, a fund to benefit Morehead State University students. The scholarship’s first recipient is Kiley Richardson, a sophomore from Fairfield, Ohio.  

“I am extremely grateful for the opportunity that has been given to me through receiving the Harry Singh SPED Scholarship,” Richardson said. “The financial assistance will grant me the opportunity to focus more on my studies and my future.”  

Created by the Singh Family, the Harry Singh SPED Scholarship supports a full-time sophomore, junior or senior within the Volgenau College of Education who is studying special education, moderate and severe disabilities. The student must also be admitted to the Teacher Education Program.    

Students interested in applying to this scholarship, along with other privately funded scholarships managed by the MSU Foundation, should visit the online scholarship application at moreheadstate.awardspring.com.      

For more information on this scholarship, or to establish your own, contact MSU’s Office of Alumni Relations and Development at 606-783-2033, email giving@moreheadstate.edu or visit alumni.moreheadstate.edu