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Psychology and biology double major Erica Cherian '18 chose UNC Charlotte because “the Levine Scholarship will allow me to go as far as I would like to
Katie Finch '18 is an international business major with minors in French, women’s and gender studies, children’s literature and children’s studies.
Native Minnesotan Gabriella Kroska '18 is no stranger to snow, so the relative lack of it in North Carolina was a huge selling point when she was deciding which college to
The close-knit community Larry Lardieri felt among the Levine Scholars during Finalist Program brought the Asheville, NC native to UNC Charlotte. "I appreciate th
Born and raised in Maryland, Megan Lemon enjoys Charlotte and the southern charm it provides.The support and opportunities she felt the Levine Scholars Program and UNC Char
The summer experiences available to Levine Scholars initially attracted Matthew Lowry to the program.
Growing up on the outskirts of Charlotte in Indian Trail, NC, Esteban Mendieta knew that he wanted to stay closer to home.
The reputable College of Engineering and the positive impression she had of the Levine Scholars Program at the end of Finalist Program brought Michelle Rudd from Penns
Maryland native Randy Staples believes that NOLS was a turning point. "I learned that I can do anything I put my mind to.
Megan Woody is grateful to go to school in a major city like Charlotte because of the opportunities available for learning both in and out of the classroom.
The emphasis on civic engagement drew Jaden Barney ’17 to join the Levine Scholars Program. This mechanical engineering major and women’s and gender studies minor said she had never hear
The strong engineering college and great opportunities in Charlotte drew Jefferson Cooper ’17, a computer engineering major with a minor in mathematics, to UNC Charlotte.