Class of 2019 Awarded Millions of Dollars in Scholarships
Published by Angel Hoggard on July 8, 2019
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Fayetteville, NC – The totals are in from each Cumberland County high school and it has been confirmed that the Class of 2019 was awarded more than$92 million in scholarships from numerous colleges and universities across the country. Recent numbers show that $92,478,158.38 is the total amount of scholarship dollars earned in the following categories:

Academic Scholarships $74,727,248.34
Athletic Scholarships $ 5,518,323.74
Military Scholarships $10,246,284.30
Other Scholarships (community, civic,etc.) $ 1,986,302.00

The recent graduates will be using their scholarship dollars to finance their education at some of the following colleges and universities: Gardner-Webb University, UNC-Chapel Hill, Spelman College, Virginia Military Institute, Fayetteville State University, Kent State, Syracuse University, Hampton University, Ohio State University, Duke University, University of Maryland, Penn State University, Livingstone College, UNC-Charlotte, Methodist University, Johnson & Wales University, N.C. Central University, Boston University, UNC-Wilmington, Campbell University, Texas Christian University, Florida Southern College, West Point Military Academy. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Morehouse College, Western Carolina University, Hawaii Pacific University, Elizabeth City State University, Seton Hall University, University of Kentucky, Queens University of Charlotte and many more.

This year’s scholarship dollar totals surpass that of the Class of 2018 by more than $800,000.

        

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