COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM -- North Carolina Central University




The scholarship mentioned below is named after a former Counselor Education faculty member, Dr. William Lawrence, who taught in in the Counseling Program from approximately 2000 until his retirement in 2011.  Dr. Lawrence passed away in 2018.lawrence web


We are proud to formally announce the establishment of the Dr. William (Bill) ‘62 and Queen ‘61 Lawrence Endowed Scholarship at North Carolina Central University. This fund has been established as an enduring honor of the love, sweat equity and commitment of Bill and Queen to NCCU over the years.  
This fund will provide a scholarship opportunity each year to an undergraduate student from Columbus County attending NCCU, with a preference for students enrolled in the School of Education.

If you are aware of anyone considering worthy causes to support with tax-deductible contributions, please feel free to share awareness of this new opportunity that will preferentially support natives of Columbus County for years to come. We hope that you will share in our pride as we celebrate the endearing efforts of Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence.

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With love and pride for our parents,

Willie and Lori

Did You Know?

In October 2015, the Counseling Program at NCCU was selected as the "Most Outstanding Master's level Counseling Program" by the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision.

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