DaySpring, John Brown University Partnership Offers Tuition Scholarship

SILOAM SPRINGS, Arkansas (Oct. 24, 2019) – DaySpring has partnered with John Brown University to offer tuition scholarships to eligible DaySpring employees and members of their immediate families through their employer benefits.

“DaySpring is about people and their relationship with God and each other," said James Barnett, president of DaySpring. "We are very pleased by our long-time relationship with JBU through various scholarships, sponsorships and internships. Many of our DaySpring people came to us from JBU and this new partnership offers them a chance for personal growth and additional educational possibilities.”

Eligible DaySpring employees and immediate family members can receive a JBU tuition scholarship. Employees and/or immediate family members may declare a major in any traditional undergraduate, online undergraduate and graduate program JBU offers to be eligible for the scholarship. Eligible recipients must apply to JBU, meet standard admissions requirements, submit an employer verification form, and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

”JBU is proud to work alongside a great local company with a global focus such as DaySpring," said Joe Walenciak, dean, business development and strategic partnerships. "DaySpring has a strong mission and amazing workforce, and we look forward to a stronger future through this partnership."

John Brown University is a leading private Christian university, training students to honor God and serve others since 1919. As Arkansas’ top-ranked university (Wall Street Journal, 2020), JBU enrolls more than 2,200 students from 36 states and 59 countries in its traditional undergraduate, graduate, online and concurrent education programs. JBU offers more than 40 majors, with top programs including engineering, nursing, family and human services, biology, graphic design and construction management.


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