Monroe County Community College has awarded Presidential Scholarships to Drew Bolster, Benjamin Bruck, Abigail Drummond, Jaclyn Harrington, Sophia LaRocca, Joshua Marimpietri, Amanda Plontz, Sylas Redlinger and Kaylee Stein. The scholarships provide tuition and fees for these students for the 2023-24 academic year. 

 Bolster photoBolster, of Dundee, is 2023 graduate of Dundee High School. He plans to study secondary education. He was a member of the DHS National Honor Society; played varsity football, basketball and baseball; and received LCAA athletic scholar,  All District, All League and All Region awards and the Ham Munson Award for Outstanding Male Athlete at DHS. He also volunteers actively for Junior Vikings Baseball, Junior Pro Basketball, Adopt-a-Family, Wins for Warriors, Victory Day, Monroe County 4H and Interact programs and as head coach for the Dundee 16U baseball team. Drew is the son of Dan and Renee Bolster.


 Bruck photoBruck, of Maybee, is a 2023 graduate of Dundee High School. He plans to study Agricultural Business while at MCCC. He was a member of the DHS National Honor Society. Benjamin is the son of Meg Bruck and Anthony Bruck. 



 Drummond photoDrummond, of Newport, is a 2023 graduate of Airport High School. She plans to study Accounting while at MCCC. While attending AHS she participated in Youth in Government Mock Trials, won the Advanced Placement Scholar Award, played on the junior varsity softball team and provided study assistance to fellow students. Her other community service activities included serving as a classroom aide at St. Charles Borromeo's Catechism classes, Adopt-a-Highway and participated in the Airport School District's bond proposal video.  Abigail is the daughter or Dana and Steven Drummond. 


Harrington photo Harrington, of Monroe, is a 2023 graduate of St. Mary Catholic Central High School. She plans to study psychology at MCCC. While attending SMCC she was a member of both the Student Council and Student Leadership Team for three years. Jaclyn is the daughter of Geoffrey and Maria Harrington.




 LaRocca PhotoLaRocca, of Petersburg, is a 2023 graduate of Summerfield High School. She plans to study nursing at MCCC. She was involved in SHS National Honor Society and varsity volleyball, where she served as captain. Her community service activities included volunteering with the fire department, for road clean up projects and coaching little league volleyball. Sophia is the daughter of Jami and Matthew LaRocca. 



 Marimipietri photoMarimpietri, of Monroe, is a Monroe Christian Homeschool 2023 graduate. He plans to study pre-psychology while at MCCC. He has been actively involved in Monroe County's 4H program for 11 years. He is the son of Lisa Marimpietri and John Mairimpietri.



plontz photo Plontz, of Ida, is a 2023 graduate of Ida High School. She plans to study nursing at MCCC. She played volleyball and was involved in Student Leadership while attending IHS. She is the daughter of Traci and Philip Plontz. 


 Redlinger photoRedlinger, of Dundee, is a 2023 Summerfield High School graduate. He plans to study business management at MCCC. He was a member of SHS's National Honor Society and serving as a ticket taker at events along with being active in Young Adults New Life Church group.  He is the son of Rachael Redlinger and Nathaniel Redlinger.





Stein, of Monroe, is a 2023 graduate of Ida High School. She plans to study nursing while at MCCC. During high school she was active in volleyball and track and volunteered in the soup kitchen at Trinity Lutheran Church and in Ida, as a children's program volunteer at Elevate Church, helping elementary school students with homework through the LINKS Program and Bluestreak Buddy Program. She is the daughter of Allen and Julie Stein. 

To be eligible for the MCCC Presidential Scholarship, a student must be a Monroe County, Michigan resident, must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better, exhibited leadership qualities, demonstrated participation in school and/or community affairs and must be enrolled for 12 or more credit hours per semester at MCCC.

For more information on available scholarships and financial aid, visit or contact the MCCC Financial Aid Office at (734) 384-4135. If you are interested in information about funding a scholarship, contact The Foundation at MCCC at (734) 384-4214.

About The Foundation at Monroe County Community College The Foundation at Monroe County Community College was established in 1998 by the MCCC Board of Trustees as the development and enrichment organization of the college.  The Foundation at MCCC leverages voluntary support from donors to enhance the educational, literary, scientific, and cultural experience by helping Monroe County Community College meet its mission. The Foundation touches thousands of lives each year through cultural arts programs, scholarships, and educational initiatives.  Detailed information about The Foundation at MCCC is available at

About Monroe County Community College Founded in 1964, Monroe County Community College is a public, two-year institution supported by tax monies from Monroe County, educational funds from the State of Michigan and student tuition. The college’s mission is to enrich and transform lives by providing opportunities and excellence in higher education.  The Main Campus is located at 1555 South Raisinville Road, Monroe, Mich., 48161, with easy access to Toledo and Detroit.  The Whitman Center is located at 7777 Lewis Ave.,Temperance,Mich., 48182, near the Ohio-Michigan Border. Detailed information about MCCC is available at

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