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ECPI College of Technology and Medical Careers Institute Announce Extension for South Carolina Military Scholarship Opportunity
Date:12/3/2008

ECPI College of Technology has extended its military scholarship program for South Carolina veterans who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan. This scholarship program was initially introduced in fall 2005 and is also available to spouses and dependents of military veterans who have served in these regions. Up to $150,000 in scholarships is available for students who begin classes at ECPI College of Technology or Medical Careers Institute, the School of Health Science at ECPI College of Technology, campuses in Greenville, Columbia, or Charleston, South Carolina through June 30, 2009. The scholarship may also be applied to online courses at ECPI.

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (Business Wire EON) December 3, 2008 -- Qualified veterans are eligible for up to $5,000 in scholarship tuition. Qualified spouses and dependents are eligible for up to $3,000 in scholarship tuition. Individuals desiring to apply for this non-need based scholarship program should contact the campus President/Provost at any one of the South Carolina campus locations of ECPI College of Technology.

Amy Hickman, Campus Provost Greenville, SC Campus 1001 Keys Drive #100 Greenville, SC 29615 (864) 288-2828 Robert Long, Campus President Columbia, SC Campus 250 Berryhill Road Columbia, SC 29210 (803) 772-3333 James Rund, Campus President Charleston, SC Campus 7410 Northside Drive #100 North Charleston, SC 29420 (843) 414-0350 About ECPI College of Technology

ECPI College of Technology is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Bachelor of Science, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science degrees. With campuses in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, ECPI, a private college established in 1966, offers convenient classes during the day, evening, or online; graduate employment services are provided. IT certification classes are also available.

ECPI's many fields of study include: TECHNOLOGY: Biomedical Technology, Electronics Engineering, Information Technology, Database Programming, Network Security, Web Development, Medical Imaging Technology, Simulation & Game Programming, Wireless Systems; BUSINESS: Accounting; Business Administration, Criminal Justice; HEALTH SCIENCES: Dental Assisting, Massage Therapy, Medical Administration, Medical Assisting, Medical Radiography, Physical Therapist Assistant, Practical Nursing, Registered Nursing, Surgical Technology; CULINARY: Culinary Arts. (Available programs vary by campus.) For more information, visit www.ecpi.edu.

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