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NGU Student Haney Receives CIC/UPS Scholarship

Tigerville, SC – February 5, 2019 – North Greenville University student Chauncey Haney majoring in criminal justice from Irmo has been selected to receive a $3,000 CIC/UPS Scholarship provided by the SC Independent Colleges & Universities, Inc. (SCICU) and its national partner, the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) in Washington, DC.

Nationally, CIC, through the CIC/UPS Educational Endowment, provided more than $1.6 million in student scholarships to make private colleges and universities more affordable and accessible to underserved students. This year, the SCICU awarded $60,000 in CIC/UPS Scholarships to 20 low-income students at private institutions across South Carolina.

“The UPS Foundation has been a long-time and generous supporter of independent higher education, not only in South Carolina but nationwide,” said Edward Shannon, executive vice president of SCICU. “We are very appreciative of its support and recognize that the lives of many worthy students have been changed for the better.”

       

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