On November 25, 2001, America lost her first patriot in the War
on Terror. Mike Spann died while suppressing a prison rebellion
in the Qala Jangi prison in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan. Spann graduated
from Auburn in 1992 with a degree in law enforcement. He spent seven
years with the Marines before joining the CIA in 1999. At the time
of his death, he was interrogating prisoners to aid in the search
for Osama bin Laden. Mike Spann loved his country, and sacrificed
everything to keep America safe.
Johnny Micheal Spann Memorial Scholarship is a four-year scholarship
open to the children of United States service personnel who have
lost their lives in the line of duty.
Students must have applied and been accepted to Auburn University.
Copy of the front and back of the student's Uniformed Services
Identification and Privilege Card.
DD 1300 (Report of Casualty) for service members who died
while on active duty.
Documentation required for consideration should be mailed
or faxed to:
Office of University Scholarships
115 Quad Center
Auburn, AL 36849
more information regarding the scholarship, please contact the Office
of University Scholarships by phone at (334) 844-7570, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
apply for admission, please visit: http://www.auburn.edu/admissions/apply/
other Auburn University scholarships, visit the scholarship Web
site at www.auburn.edu/scholarship/
contribute to the Mike Spann Endowment, please contact Hank Galbreath by email or call 334.844.1431.