EKU Counseling Graduate Student awarded the Dianne Hill Scholarship
Jacob Frommeyer, a graduate student in the EKU College of Education’s Mental Health Counseling program, was recently awarded the Diane Hill Scholarship. Jacob is originally from Alexandria, Kentucky in Campbell County but currently lives in Lexington. He was an undergraduate at EKU, earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in child and family studies. He chose EKU’s Mental Health Counseling program because he’s interested in focusing on the needs of children through counseling and hopes to specialize in play therapy in private practice, community centers, or hospital. He will graduate in May 2022. Fun facts: Jacob has nine siblings and his girlfriend, Erin Greis, also received the Diane Hill scholarship is an undergraduate student at EKU.
The Diane Hill scholarship was funded by Diane Hill, a retired school teacher originally from Bracken County, Kentucky. It is awarded to EKU undergraduate or graduate students from Bracken, Campbell, Mason, or Pendleton County. To learn more about scholarships available at EKU, visit https://scholarships.eku.edu/ and https://coe.eku.edu/student-scholarships
Published on September 14, 2020