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University Credit Union awards $7,500 scholarships to students

LOS ANGELES, CA (April 15, 2019) — University Credit Union is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 University Credit Union Scholarships. As an advocate for continued education, the UCU Scholarship Committee awarded three scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each to one deserving high school, undergrad and graduate student this past month at its 68th Annual Meeting.

Winners were selected based on community involvement, academic achievement, extra-curricular activities and an original essay on what UCU’s tagline “Bank with your Brain” means to them.

University Credit Union awarded to the following students:

  • Liz J. Osoy. Osoy, a senior in high school, will attend California State University Maritime Academy in the fall.
  • Camryn Rose Lopez. Lopez is currently a sophomore at the School of Engineering and Applied Science at UCLA.
  • Nnola Amuzie. Amuzie, a graduate of UCLA, is currently in her second year at USC Gould School of Law.

University Credit Union has been supporting the prestigious West Coast university community for over 68 years and has awarded $86,000 in scholarships to date. The tagline, Bank with your brain, embodies the commitment to the financial education of the university community.


About University Credit Union (CA)

University Credit Union, a federally-insured financial cooperative was founded in 1951 on UCLA’s campus in Royce Hall by faculty and staff.  Serving more than 36,000 members, UCU has become a leading credit union in the United States. UCU is guided by a board of directors, comprised only of faculty, staff and alumni of the university community. UCU is driven by providing members a financial edge, unparalleled value by providing the Top 1% Best Rates in the Nation on deposits and loans and a core ideology built on a strong financial educational purpose.  To learn more about UCU visit www.UCU.org or call (800) UCU-4510 for more information.

Contacts

Audra Wilder
CMO
awilder@ucu.org 
(203) 570-2953

Tristan Dion Chen
(424) 320-4626

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