North Carolina – University and College List

The following is a list of Universities in the state of North Carolina:

  • Barton College
  • Belmont Abbey College
  • Bennett College
  • Brevard College
  • Cabarrus College of Health Sciences
  • Campbell University
  • Catawba College
  • Chowan University
  • Davidson College
  • Duke University
  • Elon University
  • Gardner-Webb University
  • Greensboro College
  • Guilford College
  • High Point University
  • Johnson C. Smith University
  • Lees-McRae College
  • Lenoir-Rhyne University
  • Livingstone College
  • Mars Hill University
  • Meredith College
  • Methodist University
  • Mid-Atlantic Christian University
  • Montreat College
  • North Carolina Wesleyan College
  • Pfeiffer University
  • Queens University of Charlotte
  • Saint Andrews University
  • Saint Augustine’s University
  • Salem College
  • Shaw University
  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • University of Mount Olive
  • University of North Carolina System
    • Appalachian State University
    • East Carolina University
    • Elizabeth City State University
    • Fayetteville State University
    • North Carolina A&T State University
    • North Carolina Central University
    • North Carolina State University
    • UNC Asheville
    • UNC Chapel Hill
    • UNC Charlotte
    • UNC Greensboro
    • UNC Pembroke
    • UNC School of the Arts
    • UNC Wilmington
    • Western Carolina University
    • Winston-Salem State University
  • Wake Forest University
  • Warren Wilson College
  • William Peace University
  • Wingate University

List of Community Colleges in the state of North Carolina:

  • Carolinas College of Health Sciences
  • Louisburg College
  • North Carolina Community College System
    • Alamance Community College
    • Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
    • Beaufort County Community College
    • Bladen Community College
    • Blue Ridge Community College
    • Brunswick Community College
    • Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute
    • Cape Fear Community College
    • Carteret Community College
    • Catawba Valley Community College
    • Central Carolina Community College
    • Central Piedmont Community College
    • Cleveland Community College
    • Coastal Carolina Community College
    • College of the Albemarle
    • Craven Community College
    • Davidson County Community College
    • Durham Technical Community College
    • Edgecombe Community College
    • Fayetteville Technical Community College
    • Forsyth Technical Community College
    • Gaston College
    • Guilford Technical Community College
    • Halifax Community College
    • Haywood Community College
    • Isothermal Community College
    • James Sprunt Community College
    • Johnston Community College
    • Lenoir Community College
    • Martin Community College
    • Mayland Community College
    • McDowell Technical Community College
    • Mitchell Community College
    • Montgomery Community College
    • Nash Community College
    • Pamlico Community College
    • Piedmont Community College
    • Pitt Community College
    • Randolph Community College
    • Richmond Community College
    • Roanoke-Chowan Community College
    • Robeson Community College
    • Rockingham Community College
    • Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
    • Sampson Community College
    • Sandhills Community College
    • South Piedmont Community College
    • Southeastern Community College
    • Southwestern Community College
    • Stanly Community College
    • Surry Community College
    • Tri-County Community College
    • Vance-Granville Community College
    • Wake Technical Community College
    • Wayne Community College
    • Western Piedmont Community College
    • Wilkes Community College
    • Wilson Community College
  • Scholarships and Financial aid in North Carolina

Park Scholarships:

The Park Scholarships program gives exceptional students based on outstanding accomplishments and potential in scholarship, leadership, service, and character a Full four year Scholarship at North Carolina State University.

The program develops and supports Park Scholars in these areas, preparing them for lifelong contributions to the campus, state, nation, and world.

The origin of Park Scholarships:

It is named for the late Roy H. Park of the charitable Park Foundation. Grants from the foundation established the Park Scholarships program in 1996. It now provides a superb educational opportunity for exceptionally talented and well-prepared stuents who merit the intellectual challenge of a distinguished faculty and a superior university.

To date, 17 classes of Park Scholars have graduated and have built a vibrant alumni network. Approximately 35 scholarships will be awarded this year to outstanding, exceptional high school seniors for undergraduate study in any discipline at NC State.

The Park Scholarship includes:

  • Four-year scholarship valued at up to $111,000 in-state and up to $195,000 out-of-state, including tuition and fees.
  • Room and board, books and supplies, travel, and personal expenses
  • Grants to fund professional and personal enrichment experiences, such as research projects, service activities, and conferences in the United States and abroad

Carolina Panthers Scholarship Fund:

Established in 1997 to encourage college athletes to pursue graduate study. The Fund provides graduate-level scholarships to athletes in North and South Carolina on the basis of leadership, citizenship and academic merit.

Scholarships are awarded to one male and one female student-athlete on the basis of leadership, community service and academic merit. Applications are considered from candidates who are residents of Mecklenburg County in North Carolina and Spartanburg County in South Carolina.

The Carolina Panthers also award two $10,000 Graduate Scholarships each year to outstanding student-athletes who have completed their undergraduate work and are seeking support for their graduate level studies. Scholarships are awarded to one male and one female student-athlete in North Carolina or South Carolina on the basis of leadership, citizenship and academic merit.

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