The New River CTC Foundation has awarded a record number of scholarships totaling more than $150,000 to students enrolled for the 2022-2023 academic year.
“I am proud of all of our scholarship recipients, who are dedicated to excellence in their studies at New River CTC and to the pursuit of their academic and career goals,” said Michael Green, Executive Director of Institutional Advancement and College Foundation.
“I would like to thank our generous donors and members of the New River CTC Foundation Board of Directors for providing financial support to this year’s students. Many of our students are working and raising a family while attending college,” Green said.
New River CTC students apply for scholarships to assist with tuition, fees, books, and other college expenses. Scholarships are awarded based on factors such as academic merit, campus, program of study, community service, and financial need. Area scholarship winners include:
Kelly Cales, of Hinton, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation Scholarship, Dr. Richard and Ann Kline Scholarship;
Rita Cash, of White Sulphur Springs, Veronica Blanton Nursing Scholarship;
Elizabeth Cody, of Alderson, George and Helen Aide Scholarship, Judy D. Campbell Scholarship, Jeanne and Lawson Hamilton Scholarship, Horace McGraw Scholarship, David McClung Scholarship, Greenbrier Hospitality Scholarship;
Demetrius Cousins, of Lewisburg, Ron and Lucie Refsland Scholarship, Edward D. Knight, Jr. Scholarship;
Aaron Griffith, of Ronceverte, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation Scholarship, Clarence “Bussie” Allen Scholarship;
Jack Hanna, of Renick, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation Scholarship, Robert Patterson Scholarship;
Elizabeth Hefner, of Marlinton, Helen Virginia Chadwick Irons Scholarship, Dr. Richard and Ann Kline Scholarship;
Debra Hylton, of Sinks Grove, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation Scholarship, Mary Louise and Jim Kilcollin Scholarship;
Julien Keaton, of Hinton, Marie Leist Foundation Scholarship, Donald Runyon Scholarship;
Mikenzi McMullen, of Marlinton, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation Scholarship, Madlyn E. Fort Scholarship;
Brett Mele, of Renick, Carter Hometown Hero Scholarship, John L. Stewart, Jr. Scholarship, Herkness Mathematics Scholarship, Katherine Patterson Scholarship;
Jayden Osborne, of Rupert, McElhenney-Fry-Kirven Scholarship, John L. Stewart, Jr. Scholarship;
Zacheriah Patton, of Lewisburg, New River CTC Invitational Scholarship;
Isabella Ryan, of Union, Benjamin Fort Teacher Scholarship, David and Bertha Moshy Scholarship;
Abigail Tharp, of Rupert, Old Stone Presbyterian Women’s Scholarship; and
Hayden Yates, of Lewisburg, Paul and Helen Wheeler Scholarship.
The Foundation scholarship application will be posted online at www.nrctcf.org in the spring of 2023 for the fall 2023 and spring 2024 academic year. For more information about scholarships at New River CTC, contact 304-929-6734 or email email@example.com