UNCG Announces 2014-15 Guarantee Scholars

Thirty-four new UNCG Guarantee Scholars started at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro this fall. UNCG Guarantee helps in-state students graduate from UNCG in four years with little or no debt.

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Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) August 25, 2014

At the start of the 2014-15 academic year, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro welcomed 34 new UNCG Guarantee Scholars from across the state.

UNCG Guarantee is the result of $6 million gift to the university from an anonymous donor in February 2009. UNCG Guarantee helps in-state students graduate from UNCG in four years with little or no debt, and provides a support program to encourage academic and personal success. Guarantee Scholars must be recent high school graduates, meet UNCG’s academic criteria and show a demonstrated need based on family income.

The 2014-15 UNCG Guarantee Scholars, listed alphabetically by hometown are:

Carthage: Claudia Gasca-Abella
Chapel Hill: Christian Fowler and Emma VanBeveren
Charlotte: Ashley Walker, Bryanna Curry, Marvin Martin Jr., Melat Ayalew, Rochelly Rodriguez and Trevor Franklin
Clemmons: Sara Yolanda Rubio Correa
Durham: Anas Bingham and Kristena Armwood
Erwin: Jamie Payne
Fayetteville: Jenny Lee
Forest City: Brittney Lipscomb
Greensboro: Vivvy Gipe
Havelock: Courtney Hancock
Henderson: Ashley Williams
Lincolnton: La’Diamond Lowery
Linwood: Diamonique Suber
Mayodan: Amber King
Morganton: Jacob Siegel
Mount Airy: Sarah Smith
Raleigh: Taylor Harris and Tressy Luyindula
Red Springs: Gerry Pate
Reidsville: Dearl Brummett
Roanoke Rapids: Johne Egerton and Sarah-Elizabeth Roberts
Salisbury: Daesha Morris
Statesville: Cameron Hopper
Swansboro: Reagan Ragsdale
Troy: Brandon Scott
Winston-Salem: Brandon Travis

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