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OCC Scholarship Deadline April 1st

From Kelly Kusch, OCC Scholarship chair:

The deadline (postmarked) for the following scholarships is April 1st:

The Prospective Latin Teacher Scholarship

The Professional Development Scholarship

The OCC Scholarship for the Study of Greek or Latin

Applications/More information can be found in the Scholarships Section of the OCC Web Page.

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The Gabii Project (High School Internship in Archaeology)

Please see the flyer below regarding “The Gabii Project.”  Please Note the registration deadline is March 1st, 2019.  You can also download as a .pdf here

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Vergilian Society Translation Contest

Please See the Message Below From Amy Leonard regarding the Vergilian Society Translation Contest:

“If you are interested in another CHANCE TO SHINE for your students, I invite you to participate in the 2019 Vergilian Society Translation Contest. Open only to secondary-level students of Latin (including home-schooled), the contest will set a passage from Vergil’s Aeneid for translation. In addition, contestants will be required to answer several questions, and write a 3-4 paragraph essay based on the text set. Cash prizes wlll be awarded to the top ten papers. Certificates of Commendation will be sent to excellent papers. The contest must be administered in late February or early March. Awards will be announced in early – mid April.

The contest is FREE to students of Vergilian Society members. Please consider joining this year. Follow this link<> to see an example of last year’s exam as well as a list of previous winners.

The exam registration doc is linked here:


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2019 ACL Centennial Institute

Please see the link below for information regarding the 2019 ACL Centennial Institute:

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ANNOUNCING THE 2019-2020 SEMPLE SCHOLARSHIPS for Undergraduate Study in Classics at the University of Cincinnati

Through the generosity and vision of the late Louise Taft Semple and her husband, the late Hellenist William T. Semple, Head of the Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati from 1920 to 1959, the Department is able to offer a number of Semple Scholarships to excellent students who are enrolled in Latin or Greek courses at intermediate level or above. The scholarships cover in-state tuition in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Cincinnati and are available to incoming and current students:

Click Here for Further Information/Application Process for the Semple Scholarships

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