Ent becomes corporate partner
Ent was recently named a corporate partner in the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Athletics' Pulpit Rock Club for Corporate Partners Program.
Ent will sponsor the Mountain Lion Ent Scholarship with a $25,000 donation
Established in 2004, the Pulpit Rock Club for Corporate Partnersprogram benefits the UCCS Intercollegiate Athletic Department, with all contributions supporting UCCS student-athletes in the pursuit of excellence in both athletics and academics through scholarships, travel and equipment. Through this partnership, five of UCCS's Division II athletic teams will receive a $5,000 scholarship for the team coaches to award as one student-athlete scholarship or to divide the funds to provide financial assistance to multiple student-athletes. Athletic teams supported include men's soccer, women's softball, men's and women's basketball and women's volleyball.
Student-athletes eligible to receive the Mountain Lion Ent Scholarship, available for the 2007 - 2008 school year, must have an accumulative 3.2 high grade point average or score a 20 or above on the ACT. To maintain the scholarship, student-athletes must comply with standards set forth by team coaches both on the field and in the classroom.
Additional corporate partners participating at the level of UCCS's Pulpit Rock Club for Corporate Partners program include Pepsi Lane Sales and Colorado Springs Orthopedic Group.
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