Over $100k in scholarships awarded


In memory of his dad, grandson Ryan Faircloth, right, receives the Ryan Faircloth Scholarship. Ryan Lanier is pictured above with his grandparents and donors, Henry and Faye Faircloth.


The Sampson Community College Foundation recently announced that over $103,000 in scholarships has been awarded for the 2015-16 year. With a variety of scholarships, all SCC students are encouraged to apply by visiting www.sampsoncc.edu. The deadline for the 2016-17 year is April 15th, 2016. If you would like more information about how to donate to the Foundation to fund student scholarships and assist with student programs, call Foundation Executive Director, Lisa Turlington at 910-592-8081. Featured in the photo above is the Smithfield Scholars, Hog Production Division, South Central Region as recipients are perusing a degree in animal science. From left is scholar Amber Brown, donor Becky Straughn, scholar Nicholas Usher, scholar Tyler Johnson, scholar William Hunter and scholar Luis Rois. Not pictured is scholar Clark Wooten II.


In memory of his dad, grandson Ryan Faircloth, right, receives the Ryan Faircloth Scholarship. Ryan Lanier is pictured above with his grandparents and donors, Henry and Faye Faircloth.

The Sampson Community College Foundation recently announced that over $103,000 in scholarships has been awarded for the 2015-16 year. With a variety of scholarships, all SCC students are encouraged to apply by visiting www.sampsoncc.edu. The deadline for the 2016-17 year is April 15th, 2016. If you would like more information about how to donate to the Foundation to fund student scholarships and assist with student programs, call Foundation Executive Director, Lisa Turlington at 910-592-8081. Featured in the photo above is the Smithfield Scholars, Hog Production Division, South Central Region as recipients are perusing a degree in animal science. From left is scholar Amber Brown, donor Becky Straughn, scholar Nicholas Usher, scholar Tyler Johnson, scholar William Hunter and scholar Luis Rois. Not pictured is scholar Clark Wooten II.

In memory of his dad, grandson Ryan Faircloth, right, receives the Ryan Faircloth Scholarship. Ryan Lanier is pictured above with his grandparents and donors, Henry and Faye Faircloth.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Ryan-Faircloth-Scholar-Coleman-Carter.jpgIn memory of his dad, grandson Ryan Faircloth, right, receives the Ryan Faircloth Scholarship. Ryan Lanier is pictured above with his grandparents and donors, Henry and Faye Faircloth.

The Sampson Community College Foundation recently announced that over $103,000 in scholarships has been awarded for the 2015-16 year. With a variety of scholarships, all SCC students are encouraged to apply by visiting www.sampsoncc.edu. The deadline for the 2016-17 year is April 15th, 2016. If you would like more information about how to donate to the Foundation to fund student scholarships and assist with student programs, call Foundation Executive Director, Lisa Turlington at 910-592-8081. Featured in the photo above is the Smithfield Scholars, Hog Production Division, South Central Region as recipients are perusing a degree in animal science. From left is scholar Amber Brown, donor Becky Straughn, scholar Nicholas Usher, scholar Tyler Johnson, scholar William Hunter and scholar Luis Rois. Not pictured is scholar Clark Wooten II.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Smithfiled-Scholars.jpgThe Sampson Community College Foundation recently announced that over $103,000 in scholarships has been awarded for the 2015-16 year. With a variety of scholarships, all SCC students are encouraged to apply by visiting www.sampsoncc.edu. The deadline for the 2016-17 year is April 15th, 2016. If you would like more information about how to donate to the Foundation to fund student scholarships and assist with student programs, call Foundation Executive Director, Lisa Turlington at 910-592-8081. Featured in the photo above is the Smithfield Scholars, Hog Production Division, South Central Region as recipients are perusing a degree in animal science. From left is scholar Amber Brown, donor Becky Straughn, scholar Nicholas Usher, scholar Tyler Johnson, scholar William Hunter and scholar Luis Rois. Not pictured is scholar Clark Wooten II.
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