Brooke Miller, '25

DONOR DOLLARS AT WORK: Brooke Miller, Health & Sports Science
By Jana Garvie Lindley
Northwestern sophomore Brooke Miller, Harrisonville, Mo., will graduate in 2025 with a genuine appreciation for scholarship dollars allowing her to make the most of her time at Northwestern.
“My scholarships have impacted me greatly. They have allowed me to focus more on my education and activities instead of the financial stress of paying for my education.”
Miller stays busy with Northwestern volleyball and the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and is a Red and Black Scroll Honor Society member.
She chose health and sports science as a major and biology as a minor to help her better prepare for physical therapy school, which is her career goal.  
“I knew I would love it at Northwestern because I watched my sister thrive and succeed here. The community and the atmosphere that university professors and staff have created are unmatched. The Alva community is very welcoming to and supportive of us college kids, which has made moving away from home much easier.”
Miller received the Kenneth and Sue Fellers Family Scholarship.
This endowment was established in 2010 by Kenneth (’63) and Sue (Hildreth) Fellers (’64). The scholarship unites the couple's passions to provide financial assistance to a student from northwest Oklahoma pursuing a degree in math, physical science, or biological science. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA.


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