Father Pocetto Scholarship Award
|November 7, 2014||Posted by Leala Kuchera under Academics, ACCESS, ACCESS Online, Alumni, Campus News, Dean's Corner, DeSales News, Faculty & Staff, Students||
Every year, the Pocetto Scholarship is awarded to current ACCESS students who have taken at least five courses and are in good academic standing. Applicants must also complete an essay that answers the question, “What does the pursuit of higher education mean to you?”
The Pocetto Scholarship is named in honor of Fr. Alexander T. Pocetto, retired senior vice president of DeSales University and one of the founders of the ACCESS program in 1976.
Did you know? The ACCESS program at DeSales has been a regional leader in providing adult education in an accelerated format for more than 35 years. Classes are offered in traditional classrooms, online, or a hybrid of both. Bachelor’s degrees, certificates, or courses for personal enrichment are offered on three campuses, Center Valley, Easton-Area, and Lansdale, Pa.