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In 2018, Delta Community will award $10,000 in scholarships to select students of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The HBCU Scholarship contest is presented by Delta Community Credit Union.
Our past scholarship winners are listed below.
The contest period is now closed.
2018 Q4 HBCU Scholarship Winner Winner Keith Richard pictured with KISS 104’s Veronica Waters and Delta Community CEO Hank Halter. The fourth recipient of our 2018 HBCU Scholarship is Keith Richard, a freshman at Fort Valley State University. Keith is majoring in Supply Chain and Logistics Management and aspires to take his family’s business to the next level. In addition to classes and work, Keith makes time for several extracurricular activities. Read more »
Kennedy Martin, a freshman at Spelman College, is the third HBCU scholarship recipient of 2018. She came to Spelman from Cincinnati, Ohio. A Biochemistry major, Kennedy hopes to become a pediatric surgeon. She is passionate about working with and caring for children, and she wants to make a positive impact on their lives. Read more »
We are proud to award Aaliyah Buckholts the second HBCU scholarship of 2018. Aaliyah is a sophomore at Savannah State University where she is majoring in Mathematics with a concentration in Secondary Education.She dreams of one day opening an academy that will provide underprivileged students with a world-class education. Aaliyah also stays active in her community by volunteering at local schools, Boys and Girls Clubs and Girl Scouts. Read more »
Congratulations to Desiree Raymond, the first HBCU scholarship recipient of 2018. Desiree is a junior Health Science major and Public Health minor at Spelman College. She aspires to become a General Trauma Surgeon and has already spent time shadowing surgeons in her desired field. Read more »
Delta Community Credit Union, Georgia’s largest credit union with more than $5.6 billion in assets, in partnership with Atlanta radio station KISS 104, awarded the last of four scholarships it will distribute in 2017 to students attending a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). The $2,000 award was presented yesterday to Antonio McMillan.A native of Fairburn, Georgia, McMillan graduated from Hapeville Charter Career Academy in College Park. Now a junior at Savannah State University majoring in biology, McMillan plans to pursue a career as an orthodontist. Read more »
Wilson, who is from Chicago, says he is responsible for funding his own education, and he works hard to achieve high grades at CAU. “When I was in eighth grade, I was ranked near the bottom of my class,” said Wilson. “Since then I have stayed the course to perform better, for myself and my family. I appreciate Delta Community for helping me continue my education.” Read more »
Bria Adams is an incoming freshman at Spelman College where she will major in Psychology and minor in Music. She graduated from New Manchester High School in Douglasville, Georgia. Bria is a Bonner Scholar and the recipient of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cup for “Best All-Around Senior.” She loves to sing and has performed on stage in chorus and drama productions at school.