COLUMBIA, S.C. — With generous support from philanthropic organizations and major corporations, S.C. Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) is proud to announce a total of $421,000 in merit and need-based scholarships for undergraduate students attending its 21 member private colleges and universities.
“We are extremely grateful for the investment our donors make in developing SCICU students into South Carolina’s next generation of business and civic leaders,” said Jeff Perez, SCICU President and CEO.
During 2023-2024 academic year, more than 270 students at SCICU’s 21 member campuses are benefitting from the generosity of corporate and philanthropic donors. Benefactors supporting the SCICU Scholars Program this year include:
- The Bailey Foundation
- CIC/UPS Foundation
- Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation
- Duke Energy Foundation
- Milliken & Company Charitable Foundation
- Power:Ed, a philanthropy of South Carolina Student Loan Corporation
- Sanders Family Foundation
- Sonoco Foundation
- South Carolina Student Loan Corporation
- Truist Foundation
- Unum / Colonial Life
Emma R. Reabold, SCICU Vice President for Development and Campus Services, works with current and prospective donors in making college more accessible and affordable for students who choose to attend SCICU’s 21 member institutions located throughout South Carolina. Emma is always available to discuss your support of independent private education in South Carolina. She can be reached at email@example.com and 803-799-7122.