Mediacom offering Scholarships to Coverage Area Students

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CENTRAL ILLINOIS – Mediacom Communications announces the company will be offering $55,000 in scholarships to high school seniors in Mediacom-served communities.

Company officials say they will award $1,000 World Class Scholarships to 55 high school seniors. Recipients will be able to use the scholarships to support educational expenses for higher education or vocational training from any accredited post-secondary institution starting in fall 2016.

All high schools in the Mediacom service areas will be sent informational cards to make seniors aware of the scholarships and deadline information.

Those who qualify will be able to apply online at: www.mediacomworldclass.com.

Applications are due on or before the February 15, 2016 deadline. Applicants do not have to be Media customers. They must, however, live in areas where Mediacom provides service.

A complete list of communities in Mediacom service areas is included with the online application.

Any questions can be sent to scholarship@mediacomcc.com.

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