Scholarships

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS:

Note - the list below is only for scholarships which have reached their endowment.  For a complete list of all Foundation funds and scholarships click here.

 

Abraham, Ed /Association of General Contractors (ASG) Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1990 by Susan W, Wilson, a 1978 graduate of the Industrial Engineering Technology program and endowed in 2012 with proceeds by seminars sponsored by Greenville Tech Corporate and Career Development Division and the Association of General Contractors Student Chapter. Named for the long-time faculty advisor to the AGC Student Chapter. Awarded to Architectural Engineering Technology or Construction Engineering Technology students and based on academic achievement.

Allied Health Minority Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1987 and is awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need to outstanding African-American students enrolled in the associate degree programs of the Health Sciences Division. Students must have completed one semester and have a minimum 2.5 GPA.

American Institute of Architects (AIA) Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2002 by the American Institute of Architects, Greenville Section and endowed in 2012 with proceeds from seminars sponsored by Greenville Tech Corporate and Career Development Division and the AIA, Greenville Section. Awarded to Architectural Engineering Technology students with academic achievement (minimum 3.0 GPA). 



American Legion Post #3/W.W. Wilkins, Sr. Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1984 by the Greenville County American Legion Fair Association in honor of W.W. Wilkins, Sr., a local attorney and chairman of the association. It was endowed by the American Legion Post #3 in 1997 and is awarded to accepted or enrolled students in the Industrial Division programs who are U.S. citizens. This scholarship is intended for students who are seeking to improve their skills/abilities and to receive the necessary training to learn a trade and improve their way of life and ability to earn a living. The award is based on financial need and academic merit. All things being equal, preference will be given to veterans and their families.

Anderson, Dolores and Bob Endowed Scholarship for Mature Returning Students

Established in March, 2015 with a gift from Mrs. Delores Anderson in memory of her husband Bob, and in gratitude for the education she received at Greenville Technical College. Bob and Dodie were natives of the Midwest who moved to South Carolina in 1950 where Bob established a successful business Anderson Hardwoods. After their youngest daughter started college, Dodie saw a GTC ad for classes for mature returning students. She took a class, then successfully pursued an associate degree and completed her formal education with a bachelor's degree from USC-Spartanburg. Award for tuition assistance to non-traditional age students enrolled in a certificate, diploma, associate degree curriculum program of their choice who have been engaged since high school in activities such as raising families or working and thus have not had the ability to pursue higher education. Preference will be given to a student who is 40 years old or older. Minimum "C" average or 2.0 GPA required.

APICS - Crescent Industrial Chapter/Garth Thompson Materials Management Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1986 by the Industrial Crescent Chapter of the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS). It was renamed in 1995 in memory of Garth Thompson, Materials Management department head from 1990-93. It is restricted to accepted or currently enrolled students in Supply Chain Management who have demonstrated previous high school or college academic promise. Preference will be given to current members of APICS and/or their children. By maintaining a minimum 2.5 GPA, students may receive this scholarship for up to one academic year.

AVX Corporation Technology Endowed Scholarship

The AVX/Kyocera Foundation established this fund in January, 2010, to recognize the warm welcome shown to AVX Corporation in establishing its corporate headquarters in Fountain Inn, in southern Greenville County, South Carolina, and to promote the growth of the knowledge workforce in the market. The fund's purpose is to provide scholarship assistance to students pursuing studies in the electronics engineering technology, mechanical engineering technology or mechatronics programs.

Baldor Electric Company Endowed Scholarship

Established in August, 2016, by Baldor Electric Company (Baldor), the scholarship is tangible evidence of the working partnership between Baldor and Greenville Technical College (GTC). As a US manufacturer with more than 125 years of history and employees in 9 states, Baldor believes that manufacturing is a viable and important career choice for many students. Baldor also believes that by focusing on the Technology Program, students will find useful and engaging education aligned with their skills and interests.

Bannon Foundation Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1989 by the Bannon Foundation and endowed in 1996, this scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled students who are U.S. citizens; South Carolina residents of Greenville, Pickens, Spartanburg, Laurens or Anderson counties; capable of satisfactory performance in the program of their choice; in genuine financial need; and have actively participated and assumed a role of leadership in civic, cultural, religious, educational, professional or governmental life in the community.

Barton, Nadeen Duggan Endowed ADN Scholarship

Created in her memory in 1991 by her husband, John B. Barton, friends and family, this endowed scholarship is restricted to second-semester nursing students. Awards are based on academic achievement and are given for the duration of the Associate Degree Nursing Program if student maintains a minimum 2.5 GPA.

Barton, Thomas E. Jr. Endowed Scholarship

Named in honor of Greenville Tech's former president and created by a gift from the Re-Elect Strom Thurmond Committee in 1990 with additional funds added from the proceeds of his retirement gala in 2008, this endowed fund provides tuition assistance for up to one academic year to a needy, deserving student who is a South Carolina resident majoring in the program of his or her choice.

Benson, Jim & Evelyn Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2017 by Jim & Evelyn Benson, who are longtime supporters of the Greer community and the Greenville Tech campus in Greer which was recently renamed the Benson Campus. This scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in a certificate, diploma degree or vocational program of their choice with preference given to students who have resided or attended high school in the Greer area.

Benson, Jim & Evelyn Quick Jobs - Greer Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2017 by Jim & Evelyn Benson, who are longtime supporters of the Greer community and the Greenville Tech campus in Greer which was recently renamed the Benson Campus. The scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in the Quick Jobs with a Future program at Greenville Tech, with preference given to students who have resided or attended high school in the Greer area.

Bi-lo Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2013 by Bi-Lo Charities and awarded to Greenville Tech curriculum or Corporate and Career Development students from South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. Based on financial need and academic achievement (minimum 2.5 GPA).

Bomar, Mrs. George E. (Zana Campbell) Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1998 by George E. Bomar, his daughters and their families, in memory of his wife, Zana Campbell Bomar, this scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled students who are Greenville County residents and are majoring in nursing, allied health or the sciences curriculum programs.  Awards are based on academic achievement.

Bradshaw, William/Alumni Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2000 by Bradshaw Automotive Companies and William Bradshaw as part of the Alumni Golf Tournament sponsorship, it is awarded to students in the automotive technology field and is based on academic achievement. (If no auto students apply, student can be in academic curriculum of choice leading to a certificate, diploma or an associate degree.)

Bridges to a Brighter Future Scholarship Endowed by the Jolley Foundation

This scholarship was established in 1999 and is awarded to students accepted or enrolled in the certificate, diploma or associate degree program of student's choice. Students must have financial need and a minimum "C" average or 2.0 GPA from previous high school academic work; be a graduate of a Greenville County high school; and completed the Bridges to a Brighter Future program at Furman University.

Brister, Douglas Woodrow Sr. Endowed Scholarship

Established by his family to honor Douglas Woodrow Brister, Sr., former Greenville Technical College Vice President for Administration, for his 30 years of service. It is a tangible expression of Dr. Brister's commitment to excellence in technical education and to encourage students to strive for excellence in school and to continue their education at Greenville Technical College.

Brooks, Eleanor and Clyde Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2000 by H. Clyde and Eleanor Brooks, who operated a State Farm insurance agency in Simpsonville from 1961 to 1999. Their son, David, attended Greenville Tech for two years before transferring to Clemson in 1992. Their daughter, Phyllis, is married to John Thomas, an attorney and former member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors. This scholarship is awarded to students accepted or enrolled in an academic curriculum program leading to a certificate, diploma, or associate degree at Greenville Tech. It is based on academic achievement and preference is given to graduates of Hillcrest High School or residents in the Golden Strip (area south of I-85).

Brush, Annabelle Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1999 by Howard "Champ" and Imogene (Gene) Covington in memory of Annabelle Brush, who overcame polio as a child, married and had six daughters and two sons. She gave up her dream of becoming a nurse to raise her family. Her husband died the year her youngest child was born, and she raised them as a single parent. She encouraged her daughter, Patricia Flynn, who now works at the Greenville Hospital System, to pursue nursing at Greenville Tech. This scholarship is awarded to students in the ADN or LPN programs.

Bryan, B. K. Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2007 by the family and friends of B.K. Bryan as a way to honor his lifetime of support for those in the health care profession in the Greenville community, and to continue his legacy of support.

Bryant, Wade Hampton Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1987 in memory of Wade Bryant, vice president for Citizens & Southern Bank and Greenville Tech Foundation board member, this scholarship is awarded for one academic year to Arts and Sciences students in financial need. Preference will be given to students who have an interest in banking or the legal field as a career.

Burdette, Jeff Memorial Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1992 in memory of City of Greenville Police Officer Carl Jeffrey Burdette, who died following a six-year illness with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease), by his widow, Kimberly D. Burdette, and the Greenville County Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 17. It is awarded to accepted or currently enrolled students in the program of their choice, based on financial need and academic potential. (minimum 2.5 GPA)

Butler, Horace L. Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1997 by the Knox L. Haynsworth, Jr.1, family, the law firm of Haynsworth, Baldwin, Johnson and Greaves, P.A., and family and friends in memory of Horace L. Butler, Sr., long-time employee of the law firm, this one academic-year scholarship is awarded to an accepted or enrolled Greenville County resident student majoring in a program of the student's choice. It is based on academic achievement (minimum 2.0 GPA) and financial need to students not receiving federal grants.

Campbell, June Nursing Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1989 as a graduation gift from the ADN3 class of 1989 in honor of June Campbell's retirement from the nursing faculty. Campbell has continued to support the fund. It is awarded to nursing students demonstrating academic achievement and financial need.

Collins, Fred J. Endowed Scholarship

Designed to assist needy and worthy students in the education and training of their choice, this scholarship is awarded for up to two academic years if the student maintains a minimum 2.5 GPA. The late Mr. Collins established this scholarship in 1991 while serving on the board of the Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc.

CompX National MTT Endowed Scholarship

Restricted to full-time students in Machine Tool Technology, this scholarship is awarded for one semester or more. Applicants must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA to be eligible for this scholarship. National Cabinet Lock of Mauldin, S.C., began the endowment for this scholarship in 1987.

Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1989 by the Construction Specifications Institute, Greenville Chapter and endowed in 2012 with proceeds from seminars sponsored by Greenville Tech Corporate and Career Development Division and CSI Greenville Chapter. Awarded to second year Construction Engineering Technology students and based on academic achievement.

Covington, Imogene H. Endowed Fund for Nursing Students

This fund was established in 2006 by Howard W. "Champ" Convington in loving recognition of his wife, Imogene H. Covington. This gift is an expression of grateful appreciation for the years of support she has given to him and their children, especially during Mr. Covington's battle with cancer.

Crawford, Gale B. Building Industry Endowed Scholarship

Established In 2000 by the Home Builders Association to honor Gale B. Crawford as outgoing president of the Association. Ms. Crawford is also a former Greenville Tech Foundation Board Member and Greenville Technical College Area Commission and she endowed the scholarship in 2010. Awarded to Construction Engineering Technology or Building Construction Technology students with preference given to underrepresented populations in the building industry. 


Cubbage, Ladson Gentry, Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Entrepreneurial Education

Established in 1999 by Leighton M. Cubbage, a Greenville Tech Foundation board member, in memory of his father, Ladson Gentry Cubbage, Sr., who was an entrepreneur in Sumter County and operated a farm and other businesses, this scholarship is awarded to students with a minimum 2.0 GPA who have been involved in a personal business enterprise, have demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit, or are majoring in marketing, management or a business-related field. The primary criteria is the favorable probability of becoming an entrepreneur.

Davenport, Dorothy Memorial Nursing Endowed Scholarship

Originally established by the nursing students at their pinning ceremony in 1975 in honor of Dorothy Davenport, nursing faculty member, and endowed in her memory by her family following her death in 1993, this scholarship is given to students accepted or enrolled in the Associate Degree Nursing or Licensed Practical Nursing programs and is based on financial need.

Dreisbach, Daniel Endowed Scholarship

The Daniel Dreisbach Scholarship Fund was established in 2011 by Dodie Anderson, to honor Dr. Daniel Dreisbach, a 1980 graduate of Greenville Technical College and the only graduate from the South Carolina Technical College System to be named a Rhodes Scholar, considered to be among the most prestigious academic awards in the world. Dreisbach went on to earn a Ph.D. and a law degree and became a professor of government at American University.

Dreskin, Dr. E. Arthur and Jeanet S. MLT Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1993 and endowed in 1998 by Dr. E. Arthur and Jeanet S. Dreskin. The late Dr. Dreskin initiated the Certified Lab Assistant Program at Greenville Tech (now known as Medical Laboratory Technology) and was the medical director of the program at Greenville Tech for 17 years. This scholarship is awarded to second year MLT students with academic potential and financial need.

Drive Automotive/Heinz Stoizer Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1998 by Drive Automotive, a division of Magna International, in honor of Heinz Stoiser, who was the start-up plant manager when Drive Automotive opened operations in Greenville in 1994. This scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled students in Machine Tool Technology and is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Erwin, Rick Dining Group Endowed Scholarship for Culinary Studies

This scholarship was established in 2011 by Rick Erwin, a local restaurateur, and his wife Ingrid. Rick began his career in the restaurant business at the age of 14 as a dishwasher followed by other part-time restaurant jobs, leading to a 23 year career with Ryan's Family Steakhouses. He opened Rick Erwin's West End Grille in 2005, followed by Nantucket Seafood Grill in 2010 and later Rick's Deli and Market. Rick was honored as a 2010 inductee into the Greenville Tech Foundation Entrepreneurs Forum. The scholarship provides resources for students seeking a career in the food service industry.

Erwin-Penland/Anne Gwinn Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1997 by Erwin-Penland in honor of employee Anne Gwinn, this scholarship is awarded for one academic year to accepted or enrolled students majoring in the curriculum of their choice. It is based on academic achievement.

Fabri-Kal Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2000 and endowed in 2002 by Fabri-Kal Foundation, this scholarship is awarded based on academic achievement. All things being equal, preference will be given to Fabri-Kal employees or their children, but not required.

Faiveley Transport Group Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1997, this scholarship was endowed in 1999 by Ellcon National (Douglass E. Kondra was a member of the company's board of directors and also a member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors.) This scholarship is awarded to children, legally adopted children or step-children of current Ellcon National employees who have been permanent, full-time employees for at least one year. If no children of Ellcon National employees apply, this scholarship can be awarded to other students. Award is based on academic achievement.

Fall for Greenville Culinary Arts Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2006 by the Fall for Greenville board of directors from the festival proceeds. Fall for Greenville is the annual "taste of our town" festival which is the largest food-based street festival in the Southeast. The scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled students in the Culinary Arts program and is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Faust Group Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2012 by Lynn Faust, the founder of the Faust Group of Raymond James. Ms. Faust was a member of the board of directors of the Greenville Tech Foundation from 2007-2013, serving as treasurer. Her early professional life as an educator and her involvement with many community organizations have shown her the value and importance of education to the success of individuals and the community.

Fitesa Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1997 by the Contributions Committee of BBA Nonwoven which became BBA Fiberweb In 2005, this scholarship is for up to one academic year and is awarded to students who are graduates of Hillcrest High School and majoring in a program related to the manufacturing environment. Renamed Fitesa in 2009 when they bought the company.

Fivehands Endowed Scholarship

Established in December, 2015 by Michael and Susan Cinquemani. The scholarship provides assistance to graduates of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School who choose to attend Greenville Technical College.

Fretwell Memorial Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2005 in memory of Stuart Fretwell by family and friends after his untimely death from cancer. He was a librarian at Greenville Tech and earned his MBA and Masters in Library Science at the University of South Carolina. It is awarded to students accepted or enrolled in the program of their choice and is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Garrett, Blake P. and David H. Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2005 by Ed McCameron, founder of Carolina Automatic Sprinkler Company, and his son Chris in honor of the Garretts who were their mentors, this scholarship is awarded to residents of the Golden Strip (area south of I-85 in Greenville County) who are attending the Brashier Campus. 

Graham Endowed Scholarship Fund

This scholarship was established in 2005 by Arthur R. & Dick Graham in memory of his wife of 63 years, Mary. Mr. Graham served as Chairman of the Greer Campus Advisory Board for 15 years. Recipient must be attending the Greer Campus.


Greenville Drive Endowed Scholarship

Established in November, 2015 by Craig Brown and his wife Vicki who brought a Class-A South Atlantic League minor league baseball team to Greenville, named it the Greenville Drive, and affiliated it with the Boston Red Sox. They led the construction of a stadium in the West End of downtown Greenville, and the stadium was named National Ballpark of the Year upon its debut in 2006. The Greenville Drive has become very involved in the community and wanted to give back to Greenville with the endowment of this scholarship fund to help students attain the benefits of the American dream, through study and hard work.


Greenville Health System Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1999 by the Greenville Hospital System and its foundation, this scholarship is awarded to students majoring in RAD Tech, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Mammography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Medical Imaging Services, EMT, HIM, PTA, OTA, MLT, RES, Surg Tech, or Pharm Tech who are enrolled in health sciences classes (not just general ed classes). Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. The recipient will agree by signing a scholarship/work agreement to accept full-time employment, if offered, with the Greenville Hospital System for at least the number of years (one to two) the scholarship was received, or repay the total monies received through the scholarship fund plus eight percent annual interest from the date of the award, with repayment time no more than twice the length of time the award was received.

Greenville Tech Alumni Endowed Scholarship

Awarded to accepted or currently enrolled students in the program of their choice, this scholarship is based on financial need and/or academic merit. Students must be South Carolina residents and are eligible to receive this scholarship for up to two academic years by maintaining a minimum 2.0 GPA. It was established in 1988 by the Greenville Tech Alumni Association.

Greenville Tech Foundation Student Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1996 by an anonymous donor to provide tuition/fees/books scholarship for up to one academic year to students accepted or enrolled in the certificate, diploma, or associated degree program of their choice. Based on academic achievement and financial need.

Greenville Track Club Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2012 by the Greenville Track Club, a 501-C-3 charitable organization with over 1200 members. The club produces local running races. The scholarship is for tuition, fees, books and supplies and is awarded for a student's second year in school.

Greer, James B. Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1994 by Susan S. Wilson, a 1978 graduate of the Greenville Tech Industrial Engineering Technology program, in memory of James B. Greer, a Vietnam veteran who attended Clemson University classes held on Greenville Tech's campus, this scholarship is awarded to non-traditional students who are active in extracurricular and community service, with preference to single parents. Preference will also be given to prior participants or advisors of Junior Achievement.

Grimes, Alberta Tucker Minority Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1990 in honor of the late Alberta Tucker Grimes, Greenville Tech retiree and founder of the local Head Start program. It provides scholarships for Greenville Tech minority students based on financial need, academic standing and citizenship.

Hall, Hazel Pittman Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship provides assistance to students who are experiencing great financial need. By maintaining a 2.0 GPA, students may receive this scholarship for one academic year. The late Hazel Pittman Hall, former vice president for Student Affairs at Greenville Technical College, retired in 1986, and this scholarship was established in her honor.

Harkness, Curtis Endowed Grant/Loan Fund

Established in 2012 by Greenville Tech employees, friends, and associates in 2012 in memory of Curtis Harkness, Vice President of Student, Diversity, and Community Affairs after he died of cancer at age 51. Awarded to students experiencing critical financial need for textbooks, educational supplies, fees, licensures, and/or transportation.

Harley Owners Group/Greenville Chapter #4800 Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1997 by the Harley Owners Group/Greenville Chapter, this scholarship is awarded to students accepted or enrolled in the program of their choice who are Greenville or Pickens County residents. The award is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Harper, Janice RN Memorial Nursing Endowed Scholarship

Established by an anonymous donor in 2001 in memory of Janice Harper, a caring and committed nurse, this scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the ADN or LPN programs and is based on financial need and academic achievement (minimum "C" average or 2.0 GPA from previous high school academic work).

Harper, Lib and Caldwell Endowed Fund

This fund was established in December 2016 by trustees of the Harper Family Foundation in memory of Lib and Caldwell Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Harper had been involved with Harper Brothers Inc., which was Greenville's largest and best known supplier of office supplies and equipment. The company had begun as a one-man company in 1919 but grew to be a leading corporate citizen of the upstate until its sale in the early 1990s. Caldwell Harper and his wife Lib were very involved in the civic life of Greenville and their family established this endowed fund in memory of their good works in the community.

Harris, Zemora Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2013 through a sizeable bequest in Mrs. Harris' will, the scholarship provides funds for tuition and fees to assist graduates of the Greenville Tech Charter High School to attend Greenville Technical College. Raised in Savannah, Georgia, Mrs. Harris later moved to Greenville and took numerous "life enrichment" courses at Greenville Tech. She and her husband, who worked at Batson Oil Company, loved to travel and attend football games at Clemson University. Mrs. Harris said she was moved to prepare a will and include the bequest after hearing a presentation at Greenville Tech on the importance of preparing a will. Due to a desire expressed by the donor, preference will be given to students studying in Health Sciences. To remain eligible recipient must maintain a 2.0 GPA.

Haynsworth, Clement III Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2001 and endowed in 2002 by Knox L., Jr. and Priscilla Barrett Haynsworth in loving memory of their son Clement, a student at Coastal Carolina who died after a sudden illness in 2000, this scholarship is awarded to students with learning disabilities who are accepted or enrolled in an academic curriculum program of their choice.

Heller, Max Endowed Scholarship for Career Development

Established in 2011 with proceeds from the Entrepreneur Gala of the Greenville Tech Foundation.  Awarded to Corporate and Career Development students in financial need who are seeking to improve their job skills, or to students who are unemployed and in need of job training.

Hendricks, Ralph & Virginia Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2001 by Ralph Hendricks, a successful businessman from Simpsonville and a former member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors, this scholarship is awarded to graduates of Hillcrest, Mauldin and Woodmont high schools, or to residents of the Golden Strip (area south of I-85 in Greenville County).

Heusel, Gwendolyn & Richard Endowed Fund for Job Re-Training

Established in 2005 by Gwendolyn and Richard Heusel to provide continuing education scholarships for workers who've lost their jobs, are in financial need, and who are enrolled in training/re-training programs. Mr. Heusel owned and operated K M Fabrics and was a member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors.

Hillis, Stephanie Boyd Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Sue and John Hillis established the Stephanie Boyd Hillis Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund in 2005 in loving memory of their daughter-in-law, Shelli. Shelli, a wonderful wife and an amazing mother of two, graduated first in her nursing class from Greenville Tech on December 12, 2000. This fund is established to endow a scholarship for future Greenville Tech nursing students who, like Shelli, are also dedicated mothers and who aspire to become the outstanding nurse that Shelli became.

Howard, Robert E. Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2011 by Robert E. Howard, who served as president of the Greenville Tech Foundation from 2008-2014. During his tenure, Bob became very interested in student scholarships and wanted to help motivated but needy students further their education at Greenville Tech. It is based on academic achievement and financial need. Preference is given to students who are not studying in the University Transfer division.

Huff-Lowe, Elaine Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2013 by Foundation board members, Greenville Tech employees and retirees, family and friends, and proceeds from the 2013 Entrepreneur's Gala in honor of Elaine Huff-Lowe upon her retirement. Elaine is a summa cum laude graduate of Clemson University where she majored in Political Science. During her 24+ years at Greenville Tech, she was instrumental in the revitalization of the Greenville Tech Foundation. Including establishing minimum endowment guidelines, creating the Annual Report and Walls of Honor, establishing the Scholarship Committee and automating the office. Under her leadership, the Foundation raised over $10 million in comprehensive gifts during a five-year Major Gifts campaign. The scholarship is for tuition, fees, books and supplies and is based on academic and demonstrated financial need.

ISM-CV Upper SC Chapter/William C. Erwin Supply Chain Management Endowed Dept.

Created in 1994 by the Upper SC Chapter of the Institute for Supply Management, Carolinas-Virginia, this scholarship is for up to one academic year and awarded to Supply Chain Management students.

Jain, Surendra and Neelima Endowed Scholarship for Science

This scholarship was established in 2010 by Surendra and Neelima Jain and is awarded to students in the associate of science program.  It is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Johnston, Lily Juanita "Nita" Office Systems Technology Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2001 from the estate of Miss Johnston (Nell Stewart, executor). Johnston was a secretary/receptionist for Potter Shackleford Construction Company and an administrative assistant for Liberty Life Insurance Company. She also served as a leader in the National Professional Secretaries Association. It is awarded to students enrolled in the Administrative Office Technology program and is based on academic potential (minimum 2.0 GPA).

Jolley Family Endowed Scholarship

Established in December, 2015, to recognize the legacy of giving begun by Robert A. Jolley, Sr. and continued through his family and foundation. Mr. Jolley was an entrepreneur who began his successful career in Greenville, SC, in the beverage distribution business. His success and interests grew to build the successful Textile Broadcasting Company that ultimately, with new partners, became Multimedia, Inc., a major communications company serving the southeastern and midwestern United States. Mr. Jolley started the Jolley Foundation as a way to help two employees as they struggled with serious illnesses. As the Jolley Foundation has grown the Jolley family has continued Mr. Jolley's legacy of supporting the Greenville community with a strong focus on education. The scholarship provides assistance for tuition, fees, books and supplies

Lockheed Martin Aircraft Maintenance Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1989 by Lockheed Martin and is restricted to students in Aircraft Maintenance Technology who show academic promise and have financial need. This scholarship is awarded for up to two academic years if the student maintains a 2.5 minimum GPA.

Mann, Elizabeth/Paralegal Advisory Committee Endowed Scholarship

Restricted to students in the Paralegal program, this one-semester scholarship recognizes the students who achieve the highest GPA for the year. The scholarship was begun in 1984 and was further funded in 1987 by a major gift by the late Fred J. Collins, Jr., Collins Entertainment Corporation.

Martin, "Rennie" Mattos Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2002 in memory of Martha Irene "Rennie" Mattos Martin by her sister, Lib Mattos-Ward, her brothers Jimmy Mattos and Tommy Mattos, her son, Mitchell Martin, her daughter, Melodee Martin Thomas, her husband, Billy Martin, and other family and friends. Rennie was a 1954 graduate of Greenville High School and a 1957 graduate of the Greenville General Hospital School of Nursing. She worked as a nurse for 42 years and served at Greenville General Hospital, at a number of community hospitals while her husband served in the military, and was working at St. Francis Hospital when she died on October 15, 1999. Awarded for one academic year to enrolled students in the Licensed Practical Nursing or Associate Degree Nursing programs, this scholarship is based on academic potential and minimum 2.5 GPA.

Masters Endowed Scholarship for Entrepreneurial Studies

Established December, 2015 by Anne and Bill Masters in honor of their grandson Alden Masters and Eli Masters. Anne Masters is a medical doctor who attended the University of London, Tulane University and Warren Wilson College. Before moving to Greenville, she was owner and medical director of the Perinatal Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. Bill Masters is a graduate of Clemson University and has been an entrepreneur all his life. He founded Perception Kayaks, Kinetixx, Evolution Kayaks, The Jocassee Club and Perception Inc., among other ventures. Both Anne and Bill believe in giving back and have served in numerous leadership and volunteer positions in the community. They established this scholarship to inspire students to adopt the life-changing habit of entrepreneurism.

Mickel, Buck Endowed Scholarship for Career Training

Established in 2012 by the Daniel-Mickel Foundation in honor of Greenville Tech's 50th anniversary and in memory of Buck Mickel who was chairman of Daniel Construction Company in 1974 and oversaw the merger of Daniel with Fluor Corporation in 1977. He became Vice Chairman and President of Fluor in 1984, retired in 1987 but remained as a director, and passed away in 1998. He was instrumental in the growth and development of Greenville, as well as workforce development, through his civic projects. Awarded to Corporate and Career Development Division students seeking training for a new job or wanting to improve skills for an existing job.

Mims, Frank Memorial Automotive Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1994 by Mary Louise G. Mims in memory of her husband, G. Franklin Mims, Sr. Mr. Mims was president of Century Automotive Group, which included Ford, Lincoln-Mercury, Saab, BMW, Honda and Acura dealerships in Greenville, Anderson and Columbia. Mrs. Mims served on the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors. This scholarship is awarded for up to two years to Automotive Technology students who have financial need and a minimum 2.0 GPA.

Mitsubishi Polyester Film Company Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1996 by Hoechst Celanese Corporation (later called Mitsubishi Polyester Film Company), this scholarship is awarded to high school seniors graduating from Eastside, Greer, Riverside, Blue Ridge and Byrnes high schools who are majoring in the Technologies/Manufacturing programs including EET, EGT, Engineering Transfer, MET, Building Construction Tech, Fire Service Tech, HVAC, MTT, IMT; Mechatronics, Welding, Associate Sciences, ACC, AOT, CPT, MKT, Network Systems Adm., Supply Chain Management. The scholarship is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Moore, Anne Prentiss Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2012 by her sister, Virginia M. Teed, family and friends in her memory. Ms. Moore was a caseworker for the Department of Social Services, and a counselor for the University Center of Greenville. Based on academic achievement (minimum 2.5 GPA) and financial need.

Moore, Eugene T. Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2012 from the proceeds of the Greenville Tech 50th Anniversary Gala and named in memory of the father of the keynote speaker, Darla Moore, Vice President of a private investment company and founder of the Palmetto Institute, a nonprofit think tank focusing on the challenges facing South Carolina. Gene Moore was an educator who graduated from Clemson University and played football under Coach Frank Howard and with Dr. Thomas E. Barton, President Emeritus of Greenville Tech. The scholarship is awarded based on academic achievement and financial need.

Morrow, Aurelia C. Nursing Endowed Scholarship

Awarded to nursing students demonstrating academic ability and financial need, this scholarship was established in 1992 from the estate of Helen Morrow Britt Carr in honor of her cousin-in-law, Aurelia Caudle Morrow (Mrs. James R. Morrow), retired faculty/staff member of Greenville Technical College. Mrs. Morrow passed away in 2002.

Mt. Vernon Mills Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1998 by Mt. Vernon Mills, which is owned by R.B. Pamplin, an entrepreneur with an extensive background in forest products and textile industries, this scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled students with academic achievement and financial need, but who are not receiving federal grants.

O'Brien, Martin F. Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1998 by Martin F. O'Brien, who is the founder of Frontier Electronics, a charter member of the EET Advisory Committee, and a former member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors.  This scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled EET students, is based on academic achievement and financial need, and is designated for students not receiving federal grants.

Para-Chem Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1997 and awarded for one year to accepted or enrolled students majoring in the curriculum program of their choice, this scholarship is based on academic achievement with preference given to children of Para-Chem employees or graduates of Hillcrest or Mauldin high schools.

Pellet/Morgan Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1997 by The Pellet Foundation and the late C. Heyward Morgan. John D. Pellett, Jr., and Mr. Morgan co-founded Triangle Construction in 1947, and Mr. Morgan was a member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors. This scholarship is awarded for up to two academic years to students accepted or enrolled in the GED program and is based on financial need with preference given to students going into the construction industry.

Phi Theta Kappa Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship provides resources to students from any program with financial need and a minimum 3.5 GPA. It was established by the Greenville Tech Chapter, Phi Theta Kappa, in 1986.

Physical Therapist Assistant Program Endowed Scholarship

Established in May, 2010 by Nancy Williams, PT, an Instructor from 1988 until 2011 and department head from 1995 until 2002 in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Greenville Tech. The scholarship provides resources for tuition, fees, books and supplies as well as licensing exam fees to Phase II students in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program. Nancy received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Agnes Scott College and her Certificate in Physical Therapy from the University of Pennsylvania.

Poole Family Endowed Scholarship

The Poole Family Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2015 by the family of David Poole, a successful Greenville entrepreneur and philanthropist.

Poole, Etta Poole Nursing Endowed Scholarship

Named in honor of the private-duty nurse of Robert J. Maxwell, Jr., the benefactor, this scholarship was established in 1989 for students who maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA in the Associate Degree Nursing program. Financial need and academic promise are the prerequisites of this scholarship.

Porter, Carolyn Talley Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2012 by the Connie and Bill Timmons Foundation in honor of Carolyn Talley Porter who founded the Massage Therapy program at Greenville Tech and spearheaded legislation in 1996 to license massage therapists in SC. She administered regular massage therapy to Mr. Timmons who had been stricken with polio in World War II. His daughter, Sydney Timmons Taylor serves on the Foundation Board of Directors. Awarded to Health Sciences Division students and based on academic achievement and financial need.

Pressly, James B. Radiologic Technology Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1991 and endowed in 1998 in memory of Dr. James B. Pressly, who was a practicing radiologist for 42 years and helped found the Radiology Technology department at Greenville Tech, this scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled second-year or Phase II Radiologic Technology students and is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Priester Foundation EET Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2001 by Sue C. Priester, the Priester Foundation, and Computer Dynamics, Inc., in memory of Kurt Priester, who was tragically killed in a traffic accident in 1998. Kurt and Sue Priester founded Computer Dynamics in 1981. The company grew to be a leader in flat panel display panels for OEM and industrial users and became a subsidiary of GE Fanuc in 2001. Ms. Priester was a member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors. Awarded for up to one academic year to accepted or enrolled Electronics Engineering Technology students, this scholarship is based on academic achievement (minimum 2.0 GPA).

Quick Jobs Workforce Development Endowed Scholarship

Established 9/9/2014 by Michelle McCallum in loving memory of her husband Ed McCallum. The Scholarship is iontended to go towards tuition, fees, books, and supplies for a student going through the Quick Jobs program including the Medical Assistant Program at Greenville Technical College's Corporate and Career Devewlopment Division (CCD).

Raiford, Norman G. and Alice S. Endowed Scholarship for Single Parent Students

Established in 2013 by Norman and Alice Raiford, the scholarship provides resources for single parents attending Greenville Tech. Norman retired in 2013 as the college's longest serving faculty member, having served as a professor In the Humanities Department for 39 years. Norm and his wife Alice, a life-long nurse and counselor, saw firsthand the growing number of single parents who were struggling to continue their education while juggling parenting responsibilities and work. This scholarship was established to assist those students in furthering their education and becoming more successful citizens and parents.

Ray, C. Niles & Dr. Laurie G. Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2014 and endowed in 2017, this scholarship honors C. Niles Ray and his uncle, Dr. Laurie G. Ray who provided Niles with funding for college and changed his career outlook significantly. Niles' 50 year career as a financial advisor allowed him to fund the scholarship to assist motivated but needy students to start or continue their education at Greenville Tech. This scholarship is awarded to students with financial need and pursuing a certificate, diploma or associates degree with preference given to students studying in vocational areas.

Rice, Margaret K. Honors Program Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1999 in honor of Margaret K. Rice who taught French at Greenville Tech, served as department head of the Humanities Department, and was founding dean of the Arts & Sciences division at Greenville Tech, this scholarship is awarded to students in the University Transfer Honors Program.

Roe, Esther Smith Memorial Nursing Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2008 by Aubrey Roe White in memory of her mother, Esther Smith Roe, who attended the Greenville City Hospital nursing program. Mrs. Roe, the wife of Henry Ernest Roe, was born in Greenville County in 1902 and passed away in 1979.

Rushing Foundation Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1999 by the Rushing Foundation. J. Carroll Rushing is the chairman of Interface LLC which developed EZE products and is a former member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors. This scholarship is awarded to students accepted or enrolled in the academic program of their choice and is based on academic achievement.

Rushing, Carroll and Billie Endowed Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship was established in April 2016 by Carl and Diana Stecker. Carl wished to honor his mentor, Carroll J. Rushing and Carroll's wife Billie. Carl is an entrepreneur and has worked in a number of fields including construction, publishing, option trading and benefit administration. He founded companies such as Net Profit Inc., Benefit in a Card, Net Profit Advisors and Benefit Guaranty. Throughout Carl's career, he received valuable advice and counsel from another successful entrepreneur, Carroll Rushing, who gave unselfishly of his time and who contributed greatly to Carl's success. In addition, Diana was a nursing student at Greenville Tech and appreciated that training. Knowing the interest that Carroll has had in Greenville Tech and its students, Carl and Diana funded this scholarship in Carroll's and Billie's names to honor them and to reaffirm their belief in the benefits of the American dream for those willing to invest study and hard work.

Sargent Foundation Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2011 by the Sargent Foundation and awarded to students accepted or enrolled in the certificate, diploma, or associated degree program of their choice.  Based on financial need.

Seppala Homes Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1997 by Seppala Homes, Martin Seppala, CEO. Mr. Seppala moved to Greer, S.C., from Florida in 1991, relocating his successful residential construction business and also serves as the senior pastor of Apostolic Lutheran Church in Greer. This scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled students majoring in a program in building construction, craftsman or landscaping (AET, CET, or HVAC) and is based on academic achievement.

Shaloski, Gregory B. Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Given as a memorial by the parents of Gregory Bernard Shaloski, a former student whose untimely death occurred in December 1988, this scholarship is restricted to students enrolled in Machine Tool Technology. To be eligible, students must demonstrate academic promise and financial need. Assistance for one academic year is provided to the recipients of this scholarship provided they maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. Preference is given to Pickens County students, but Pickens County residence is not required.

Shaw, Kay Coleman Memorial Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship, a memorial to Kay Coleman Shaw, a registered nurse whose death occurred in 1987, is restricted to nursing students who have completed one semester of nursing have maintained a 2.5 GPA and have financial need. It provides assistance for up to two academic years.

Sorrells, Edwin R. "Rick" Jr. Memorial EMT Endowed Scholarship/Loan

Established in 1986 and named after Mr. Sorrells in 1990 when he was tragically killed in a traffic accident while driving an ambulance to answer the call for help, this one-semester tuition scholarship is awarded to the second-year EMT student with the highest GPA. This scholarship may also be used as a short-term loan to an EMT student in financial need.

Spinks Family Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2011 by the Stewart Spinks family and awarded to employees, spouses or dependent children of the Spinx Company, Inc. If no employees, spouses, or dependent children apply in a three year period, may be awarded to truck driver training students with financial need.

Spinx Endowed Scholarship for Culinary Studies

Spinx was formed by Stewart Spinks in 1972 with a home heating oil delivery service and one convenience store in Greenville. Today, the company operates 81 convenience stores with more than 1,400 associates. Spinx is passionate about fulfilling people's everyday needs by providing quality services in a clean, safe and convenient environment. Spinx has been very philanthropic in the markets in which it operates and has been extremely generous to the Greenville Tech Foundation. This endowed scholarship was created to give students the opportunity to get an education they might not be able to afford and because of the recognition of Stewart Spinks that a good job improves the lives of not only the job holder but also of their entire family.

Stafford, Nancy and David Endowed Scholarship

This fund was established in 2015 by Nancy and David Stafford. Both have strong convictions about the value of education provided at Greenville Technical College. At the time the fund was established David Stafford was the chairman of the College's governing board, the Area Commission, having served as an Area Commission member for six years.

Stevens Aviation Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1998 by Stevens Aviation, the premier fixed base operation in the Southeast with facilities at Donaldson Center, Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport and the Greenville Downtown Airport, this scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled Aircraft Maintenance students and is based on academic achievement. Preference is given to under-represented populations among the local aircraft maintenance workforce.

Stroud, Joseph Jordan Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Jordan was a student at Greenville Tech when he was tragically killed in an automobile accident in 2011 and this scholarship was established in his memory in 2004 by his mother, Beverly Stroud who was an English faculty member at Greenville Tech, family and friends. It is awarded to Culinary Arts students.

Subway Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2004 by Ali Saifi, president of Subway Development Corporation of South Carolina, Inc., this scholarship is awarded to students enrolled or accepted at Greenville Technical College with a minimum 2.0 GPA.  Preference will be given to employees, spouses, or dependent children of employees at Subway Development Corporation of South Carolina, Inc., but can be awarded to other students if no employees apply.

Suntrust Endowed Scholarship

SunTrust Bank and its predecessor banks have served Greenville for decades with a wide array of services for corporate, commercial, small business, non-profit and consumer services. Both SunTrust Bank and the SunTrust Foundation have been very generous with its philanthropic giving to the Greenville Tech Foundation. This endowed scholarship was created by the Greenville Tech Foundation from funds donated by SunTrust Bank and the SunTrust Foundation to recognize their history of giving by naming an endowed fund for them.

Taylor, Lucile Coleman Endowed Scholarship

Establish in 2010 from the estate of Lucile Coleman Taylor who was the sister of the late Bob Coleman, an emeritus member of the Greenville Tech Foundation Board. It is awarded to students accepted or enrolled in the certificate, diploma, or associated degree program of their choice. Based on financial need.

Theisen, George I./T&S Brass & Bronze Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1998 by T & S Brass & Bronze Works, Inc., to honor the company's founder, George I. Theisen, and in recognition of the 50th anniversary year of the company. Mr. Theisen was a member and his son, Claude, is a current member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors. This scholarship is awarded to graduates from Greenville County high schools with preference given to graduating seniors (Berea, Blue Ridge, Carolina, Eastside, Greenville, Greer, Hillcrest, J.L. Mann, Mauldin, Riverside, Southside, Travelers Rest, Wade Hampton and Woodmont), who have been accepted or enrolled in an academic curriculum of the student's choice with preference given to students majoring in Machine Tool Technology. The award is based on previous academic achievement.

Thomas, John and Phyllis Family Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2007 to assist students pursuing education at Greenville Technical College. Mr. Thomas served as a member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors for several years.

Tumblin, James Ray Accounting Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2004 by Jim Tumblin who worked as an accounting tutor at Greenville Tech for over 20 years. He was a retired major from the United State Air Force who worked with Minuteman Missiles. He died in 2005 after a courageous battle with cancer. Awarded to accounting students with a minimum 2.5 GPA who have completed at least one semester at Greenville Tech, this scholarship is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Tumblin, James Ray Nursing Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1998 and endowed in 2002 by the late James Ray Tumblin, Greenville Tech employee, in appreciation of the nurses, doctors, and staff at the Veterans Administration clinic for their outstanding care and treatment, this scholarship is awarded for up to one academic year to second semester associate degree or practical nursing students. It is based on academic potential (minimum 2.5 GPA) and financial need.

Tumblin, James Ray Radiologic Technology Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1992 by the late James Ray Tumblin, Greenville Tech employee, in appreciation for the care and treatment rendered to him by the Radiology Department in the Cancer Treatment Center of the Greenville Hospital System. It is awarded to second year or Phase II Radiologic Technology students and is based on financial need and academic potential (minimum GPA of 2.5).

United Community Bank Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2003 by Leon Patterson, Andy Douglas and the Palmetto Bank Board, this scholarship is awarded to accepted or enrolled students majoring in the curriculum program of their choice and is based on academic achievement. United Community Bank, which acquired Palmetto Bank in 2015, is a leading Upstate bank that serves a large number of people and is committed to education and economic development in the Upstate.

Volpe, Charles E. and Andrea L. Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1997 by Charles E. "Chuck" and Andrea L. Volpe. Mr. Volpe was the retired president and chief operating officer from Kemet Electronics Corporation and a former member of the Greenville Tech Foundation board of directors. This scholarship is awarded to students in any program and is based on financial need.

Walser, Kirby Lee Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1999 by his parents, Richard K. and Nona Hurst Walser, his sister, Susanne Walser, and other family and friends in memory of Kirby, a Greenville Tech student who was tragically killed in an automobile accident, this scholarship is awarded to students accepted or enrolled in an Automotive Technology or Engineering Technology program and is based on demonstrated academic achievement (minimum 2.0 GPA) with preference given to students who do not qualify for federal grants.

Warne Family, Hewitt, Coleman Foundation Endowed Nursing Scholarship

Established in 1997 and endowed in 2002 by Charles and Gillaine Warne and the Hewitt, Coleman Foundation, this scholarship is awarded for up to one academic year. Preference is given to nursing students planning a career in rehabilitation, but can be awarded to associate degree nursing students if no rehabilitative specialty candidates qualify. It is based on academic promise (minimum 2.0 GPA) and financial need.

Weiss, Hal and Lorraine Goldstein Endowed Scholarship for Theatre Students

Established in 2012 by Hal Weiss and Lorraine Goldstein and awarded to students seeking an Associate of Arts Degree in Visual and Performing Arts with a major in Theatre.  Based on academic achievement and financial need.  Faculty recommendations and prior theatre experience will be considered.  Preference to students planning to seek work in theatre or film.

Whisonant, Joseph S. Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to accepted or currently enrolled students from any program with a minimum "C" average from high school or previous college. By maintaining a minimum 2.5 GPA, students are eligible to receive this scholarship for up to one academic year based on financial need. This scholarship was established in 1986 in memory of Joseph S. Whisonant, department head of Food Science and Marketing in the Business Division in 1981-83 and program manager for Technical and Professional Development in the Continuing Education Division from 1983-86.

Whitworth, Mary Drew Harris Memorial Nursing Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of Mary Drew Harris Whitworth, a registered nurse, by her husband, Marvin D. Whitworth, her sons, Jefferson B. Blandford and John L. Blandford II, and other family members and friends following her death in 1995. It is awarded to accepted or enrolled associate degree nursing students with financial need.

Wolfe, Kathryn F. Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1984 in memory of Kathryn F. Wolfe, mother of Dr. Rennie Wolfe, the former executive director of the Greenville Tech Foundation and dean of students at the college, it is awarded to accepted or currently enrolled students from any program with a minimum "C" average from high school or previous college. By maintaining a minimum 2.5 GPA, students are eligible to receive this scholarship, which is based on financial need, for up to one academic year.

Women in Manufacturing Endowed Scholarship

Established in August, 2015 by Barbara B. League. Ms. League is a highly successful entrepreneur who built G. F. League Manufacturing into a highly successful custom CNC manufacturing business in Greenville, South Carolina, serving customers around the world. The scholarship provides assistance for tuition, fees, books and supplies for women pursuing study in disciplines preparing them for a career in manufacturing.

Wood, Paula G./Alumni Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1998 in memory of Paula G. Wood, director of Alumni Affairs at Greenville Tech, whose untimely death occurred at age 48 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was a 1969 graduate and a dedicated employee at Greenville Tech for 28 years in various positions. Awarded to accepted or currently enrolled students in the academic curriculum program of their choice, this scholarship is based on financial need and/or academic merit. Students must be South Carolina residents.

Yetman, Irene Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2008 by the estate of Irene Yetman. Mrs. Yetman was unable to attend college. She willed that a portion of her life savings be given to Greenville Technical College to assist others in obtaining the college education she was unable to to pursue