In Science and Space: The second class of February One Scholars at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has been announced. These 15 bright freshmen are carrying on the legacy of leadership and service started by the A&T Four as freshman Aggies.
A minimum weighted cumulative grade point average of 3.75 is required for admission, as well as exemplary leadership and service abilities. Additionally, students must have a minimum academic score of 27 on the ACT or 1270 on the SAT.
Eight beneficiaries of grants are from North Carolina, followed by two each from Georgia, South Carolina, and three each from California, New Jersey, and Ohio. They are among the top 15% of their high school seniors and have an average GPA of 4.1.
According to Margaret I. Kanipes, Ph.D., head of the NC A&T Honors Program, “February One Scholars are change agents with the potential and ambition to impact our society. They will acquire the information and skills they need at A&T, together with the support they need to accomplish their goals in the service of the world community.
This year’s scholars are listed below in alphabetical order: