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.)
There will be two student scholarships awarded of $750 each in memory of NCCIA members and fellow instructors Annelle Pegg and David Harris. Additionally, other sponsored scholarships may be offered as available.
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.
Predicted 2018 Student Scholarships
- Annelle Pegg Memorial Scholarship
- David Harris Memorial Scholarship
- 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
- Palo Alto Scholarship
- Paradigm Scholarship
THE DEADLINE FOR SCHOLARSHIP SUBMISSIONS IS Friday, 2 February 2018
CONGRATULATIONS to our scholarship winners for 2017!
- 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.
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.