CHARLOTTE — Soleil Maynor, a resident of Rowland and senior at South Robeson High School, has been awarded the Levine Scholarship, the most prestigious merit scholarship at UNC Charlotte.
Maynor is among 16 Levine Scholars from North Carolina.
“We are energized by the achievements and potential of the high school seniors we recruit for the Levine Scholars Program. The Class of 2021 is as fine and richly diverse a group of students as we have ever enrolled in the program,” Diane Zablotsky, faculty director of the Levine Scholars program said. “They will be studying in various majors across campus with a breadth of interests and talents and we are looking forward to welcoming this year’s incoming freshmen into the program.”
The university’s most prestigious merit scholarship is valued at approximately $105,000 for in-state students and $155,000 for out-of-state students. It covers full tuition, housing, meals, books, mandatory fees and summer experiences.