University Orchard to Award a $10,000 Scholarship to Salisbury University
Campus First Student Living awards a $10,000 Scholarship to Salisbury University
SALISBURY, MD. (June 20, 2017) – Campus First Student Living, a division of CF Real Estate Services, is a company that focuses on the acquisition, development, and property management of purpose built student housing. Campus First is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with offices in Pittsburgh, PA, Dallas, TX, and Washington, DC. Campus First is committed to not only being the premier provider of off-campus student housing for Salisbury University, but is equally excited to support the University by introducing the new The University Orchard Scholarship.
The University Orchard Scholarship is a $10,000 scholarship, where candidates will be required to write an essay discussing their involvement within their communities, or their impact while on-campus at Salisbury University. The mission of the scholarship is to partner with Salisbury University to create opportunities for Salisbury University students that come from Lower Eastern Shore communities. Each student must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and at least two semesters remaining until the completion of their degree program.
The scholarship will be awarded for the upcoming academic year (2017-2018), and interested parties can go to www.salisbury.edu/foundation/ to review submission details and apply for the scholarship.
University Orchard, a Campus First student property, is located less than one-half mile from the main campus of Salisbury University. “We are happy to be in the Salisbury market and in an effort to support the University and Eastern Shoreline communities, we thought it was vital to give back and provide our financial support that might not otherwise be available to a prospective student.” said Anthony Magnelli, Vice President of Acquisitions and Asset Management. Furthermore, Magnelli stated “Campus First Student Living and CF Real Estate Services take their relationship with their communities and universities very seriously and strive to be a great neighbor."