Murphy oil provides college scholarships.Murphy Oil Murphy Oil Corporation NYSE: MUR is a petroleum corporation. It is a S&P 500 company. In 2007, it was ranked as the 169th largest company in America on the Fortune 500.
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El Dorado (ĕl`dərä`dō, –rā`–) [Span.,=the gilded man], legendary country of the Golden Man sought by adventurers in South America. has committed $50 million over the next 10 years to a scholarship program that offers to pay college tuition The examples and perspective in this article may not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
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The program, called "The El Dorado Promise," is a tuition scholarship that can be used at any accredited accredited
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Study beyond the level of secondary education. Institutions of higher education include not only colleges and universities but also professional schools in such fields as law, theology, medicine, business, music, and art. institutions in or out of state.
The scholarship is available to all students who graduate from El Dorado High School, reside in the district and have been an El Dorado public school student since at least the ninth grade.
The scholarship amount is determined by length of attendance in the El Dorado School District. Graduates who have attended all 13 years in the district will receive 100 percent of the scholarship. Students who attend grades 9-12 will receive up to 65 percent of the scholarship, the company said.
More than 300 students graduate from El Dorado High School each year.
"This is a huge day," Bob Watson, superintendent of El Dorado Public Schools, said in announcing the scholarship. "As of today, El Dorado High School graduates will have an unprecedented opportunity to continue their education. For some students, this is life-changing. Students who have worked hard but would not have been able to attend college because of financial limitations now have the means to do so."
Students who graduate from El Dorado High School in the spring of 2007 are eligible for the scholarship. Applications are available at www.eldoradopromise.com.