Celebrating Scholarships

The annual Scholarship Celebration is an opportunity for Carolina to celebrate the individuals who have invested in our students through scholarship support and to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary student recipients who have made an impact on this campus and beyond.

The 2020 Celebration of Scholarships was cancelled due to the pandemic. Stay tuned for more details about our next event.

Click here to see photos from the 2019 Scholarship Celebration.

 

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