This scholarship was established in 2004, in honor of William and Dorothy Glenn Tugman. It is awarded to students enrolled in a program considered non-traditional for their gender or ethnicity.
This scholarship was established by Hal and Clare Shapiro. It is awarded to African-American and Latino students enrolled in any curriculum program. Preference is given to Asheville High School graduates.
This scholarship was established by Dr. Joseph Fox (Business Administration Department Chair) in memory of his mother, Mrs. Hazel B. Fox. It is awarded to a deserving African-American student.
This scholarship was established in memory of Samuel Barnes (1869-1957). Sam Barnes was the first greenskeeper at the Biltmore Forest Country Club and the Biltmore House.
This scholarship was established in 2008 by Kay Manley, in memory of her mother Roberta Manley. Preference will be given to minority students who are aged 40 years or older with life experiences and barriers to obtaining an education.
This scholarship is provided to any student enrolled in a two-year degree program. Preference will be given to African-American students and North Carolina residents.
This scholarship was established in memory of Osborne M. Hart. It is awarded to African-American students who have been accepted into a curriculum program at A-B Tech and who are enrolled as full-time students.
This endowment was established in memory of two African-American pioneers, Lacy T. Haith (Educator) and James V. Miller (Master Mason). It is awarded to deserving African-American students enrolled in any curriculum program.
Established in 2012 by members of the Asheville Latin Americans For Advancement Society (ALAS), this scholarship is awarded to Latino residents of Western North Carolina paying out of state tuition at A-B Tech.
This scholarship was established in 2012 by Samuel Abdul-Allah and many community volunteers who wanted to provide educational opportunities for African-American students enrolled in any curriculum program.