At Carolinas Telco Federal Credit Union (CTFCU), we pride ourselves in giving back to our members and the communities we serve. We've partnered with Carolinas Credit Union Foundation to award FOUR individual members with a $1,500 CTFCU Legacy Scholarship.

2021 CTFCU Legacy Scholarship Opportunities
Online applications will be accepted from Oct. 1, 2020, through Feb. 1, 2021.

Scholarship Eligibility:

  • Applicant must maintain (their own) CTFCU membership account, in good standing
  • Must possess a minimum 3.0 GPA (grade point average)
  • Must be enrolled full-time at an accredited university, college, or community college
  • High school seniors and current undergraduate students can apply for funds to be used during the next school year
  • Students may apply and be awarded scholarships
  • Previous winners can apply again if all eligibility requirements are met

Important Deadlines:

  • October 1, 2020 – Online application opens
  • February 1, 2021 – Application closes
  • Early April 2021 – All winners and applicants are notified via the online portal
  • May 15, 2021 – All winners confirmed through the online portal using the online verification form
  • June – July 2021 – Checks are processed and distributed to attending schools

All application questions, communications, winner selections, and distribution of funds are processed through Carolinas Credit Union Foundation.

Congratulations to our 2020 winners!

Anna from Taylors, South Carolina


A member since 2019, Anna is looking forward to graduating high school and studying Animal and Veterinary Science this fall.
“If and when I have children, I would plan on investing in an education savings account. In the future, when I purchase my first home, car, and/or business, I would definitely utilize the services of a credit union, such as CTFCU.”


Caitlin from Goose Creek, South Carolina

A member since 2007, Caitlin is excited to pursue a Bachelors of Science in Secondary Education and Biology.  
“I believe that continuing to plan out my finances and making those plans more specific over time is the best way to ensure a financially sound future.”


Kaye from Indian Trail, North Carolina

A member since 2003, Kaye is working towards completing her Bachelors in Social Work.
“I chose to study social work for three main reasons: to work with children, to encourage them to see what their future-selves would look like, and to have them understand that becoming your own role model starts as soon as one begins to make significant choices.”


Elise from Charlotte, North Carolina

A member since 2003, Elise is excited to graduate from high school and attend Wingate University to study Biology.
“The only way towards a financially bright future is to educate oneself on the habits involved in maintaining financial stability.”


Nicole from Raleigh, North Carolina

A member since 1997, Nicole is a graduate student working towards her Masters in Social Work.
“Graduating from college and being 22 years old has really started to show me how important it is to be responsible with your money and to be smart about how you spend and save it.”



We would also like to congratulate Eunice and Evie, who were also awarded scholarships.

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