LIMA— OSU-Lima is showing off its DREAM (Dare to Reach Excellence, Achievement and Meaning) program to the state superintendent and Board of Regents interim chancellor today.
Chancellor Stephanie Davidson and Acting State Superintendent Michael Sawyers are meeting with school officials, high school guidance counselors and DREAM students and their parents.
The program helps at-risk high school juniors and seniors through the college application and financial aid process. Students completing the program receive $1,500 scholarships that are renewable for four years at OSU-Lima.
Read more about this story in Wednesday's The Lima News.