NCCIA arranges sponsorship for several scholarships that are awarded to selected students and faculty. This year we are proud to offer scholarships sponsored by the following:
- Student Nomination Form - Deadline February 2, 2018
- Faculty Nomination of Student must accompany any student nomination by February 2.
To financially assist full-time students who are currently majoring in a computer program and who have completed at least one semester with a 3.5 or higher cumulative grade point average in their program. (Unsuccessful applicants may reapply the following year.)
The general scholarship recipient must be a full-time student majoring in a computer program with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better in their current program of study.
The Jack and Argavick Scarboro Memorial Scholarship recipient must be a full-time student majoring in a healthcare computer-related program (HBI, HCI, HCT, HIT, HMT) and have completed at least one semester with a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average in their program.
The Palo Alto Scholarship recipient must be a student majoring in a network security program and have completed at least one semester with a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average in their program..
2018 Student Scholarships
- Annelle Pegg Memorial Scholarship
- David Harris Memorial Scholarship
- Bruce Waugh Memorial Scholarship - sponsored by Stanly Cisco Academy Support Center
- NCCIA Leadership Team sponsored Scholarship
- Jack and Argavick Scarboro Memorial Scholarship - sponsored by Dr. T. Ray Ruffin in memory of grandparents Jack and Argavick Scarboro
- McGraw-Hill Scholarship
- Murach Scholarship
- Palo Alto Scholarship
- Paradigm Scholarship
- Pearson Scholarship
THE DEADLINE FOR SCHOLARSHIP SUBMISSIONS was Friday, 2 February 2018
- Faculty Scholarship Application - Deadline February 2, 2018
To financially assist a full-time community college computer instructor by reimbursing expenses up to $750 for tuition, travel, accommodations, meals, fees, books and other expenses that are associated with training to improve classroom effectiveness.
The NCCIA will award the Carol Jones Memorial Scholarship to a full-time computer faculty member.
The scholarship recipient must be a full-time computer instructor who can demonstrate that the training had a significant impact on their classroom effectiveness.
Congratulations to this year's awardees:
|McGraw-Hill Scholarship||Amber Moore||Davidson County CC|
|Bruce Waugh Memorial Scholarship
(Sponsored by Stanly CC Cisco ASC)
|Jeannie McDermott||AB Tech CC|
|Annelle Pegg Memorial Scholarship||Kendra Joyner||AB Tech CC|
|David Harris Memorial Scholarship||Danjie Song||Durham Tech CC|
|Jack and Argavick Scarboro Memorial||Daphne R Henry||Forsyth Tech CC|
|Palo Alto Networks||Christopher Kenestrick||Durham Tech CC|
|Murach Scholarship||Nicholas Lohning||Forsyth Tech CC|
|Paradigm Scholarship||Kim Green||Durham Tech CC|
|Pearson Scholarship||Carol Lackey||Forsyth Tech CC|
|NCCIA Leadership Team Scholarship||Matthew Marlowe||AB Tech CC|
|Carol Jones Memorial (Faculty)||Carla Osborne||Wake Tech CC|
The NCCIA selection committee shall determine the recipients of the scholarship. The committee shall consist of three (3) members from the community college system teaching in the computer programs.