Anthony Foxx Scholars Program

The Anthony Foxx Scholars Program is a partnership between Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) and West Charlotte High School designed to help African American males overcome financial obstacles and receive the assistance needed to earn their degree. Submit a request to get more information on the Anthony Foxx Scholars Program.

Every African American male who graduates from West Charlotte High School and enrolls at Central Piedmont Community College will receive a $1,000 scholarship.* The Anthony Foxx Scholars Program was established and funded by a grant from the C.D. Spangler Foundation of Charlotte, N.C.

In an effort to assist African American male students with their transition to college, CPCC will provide the following support services:

West Charlotte Enrollment Specialist
A CPCC representative will visit West Charlotte High School weekly to provide students with information on admissions and programs offered by CPCC.

Early Advising/Registration Program
CPCC will implement an early advising and registration program to allow students to register for summer and fall classes while still in high school. Find out more about the
College Connection Program.

Financial Aid Workshops
CPCC will invite students and parents to participate in financial aid workshops at West Charlotte High School to learn about the many financial resources available. The goal is to have 100 percent of all Anthony Foxx scholars applying for financial aid.

Parent Communication
CPCC will offer workshops for parents on how to assist students with their transition to college.

College Visitation Day
CPCC will provide visitation days for the scholars to tour the campus and learn more about CPCC.

Summer Bridge Program
Students will participate in a summer program which consists of academic classes and structured activities.

Minority Male Mentoring Program
Students will have the opportunity to be a part of the Minority Male Mentoring Program (3MP), which provides comprehensive activities that promote personal development, academic improvement, and social and educational advancement.

* Many students will qualify for additional state or federal aid.