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North Carolina State University

Helping Students Down The Right Path

A student stopped by Sam’s office one day to get help filling out college applications. While working together, Sam realized his student did not have a Social Security Number. He had to explain to his student that this meant they couldn’t receive in-state tuition or any financial aid via the FAFSA. However, Sam knew his student had good grades, so he showed them several scholarships specifically designed for students in this situation. Sam encouraged his student and gave them helpful advice and tips for filling out the applications. Sam’s student won a prized scholarship and is now pursuing a college degree.

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All students deserve equitable access to post secondary education opportunities. Jacob Hoyt, Adviser, Southern Wayne High School

High schools served

  • Ayden-Grifton High School
  • Bunn High School
  • East Bladen High School
  • East Duplin High School
  • Franklinton High School
  • Heide Trask High School
  • James Kenan High School
  • J.F. Webb High School
  • Louisburg High School
  • North Duplin Jr.-Sr. High School
  • North Moore High School
  • North Pitt High School
  • Pender High School
  • Perquimans County High School
  • Riverside High School
  • South Creek Middle-High School
  • South Granville High School
  • Southern Wayne High School
  • Wallace-Rose Hill High School
  • Washington County High School
  • West Bladen High School


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