Aniyah King, a sophomore at St. Andrews University, and Yulia Trogdon, a senior at Salem College, have each received a $2,375 Advisory Board Corporate Scholarship from the Independent College Fund of North Carolina (ICFNC) for the 2020-21 academic year. King, from Nashville, NC, is majoring in Sports Medicine, and Trogdon, from High Point, is majoring in Graphic Design.
The ICFNC Advisory Board Corporate Scholarship was established last year by the corporate members of the Advisory Board and is awarded to a full-time, undergraduate student from one of 25 private, nonprofit colleges in North Carolina who demonstrates financial need. The ICFNC Advisory Board is made up of presidents from North Carolina’s private, non-profit colleges and universities, and corporate executives.
“We are so grateful for the ICFNC Board, whose members only give of their time and service, but who show dedication to our students with the establishment of this scholarship.” said Colleen Kinser, director of the ICFNC.