Benedict College graciously hosted the October 13 SCICU Board of Trustees meeting. Please enjoy the photo journal highlights from the meeting and the luncheon.
Benedict College student ambassadors greeted trustees and presidents at the Oct. 13 SCICU board meeting.
Benedict College President Roslyn Clark Artis welcomes SCICU trustees to the Benedict campus for the Oct. 13 SCICU board meeting.
Trustees and college presidents meet and greet before the SCICU board business meeting convenes.
During meet-and-greet time before the start of SCICU’s Oct. 13 board meeting, S.C. Tuition Grants Executive Director Katie Harrison (left) talks with Converse President Boone Hopkins (second from right) and Presbyterian College President Matt vandenBerg (right).
New SCICU Trustee David Harrell (on left, Insurance Advantage founding partner) and Allen University President Ernest McNealey (forefront, on right) review the Finance Committee presentation during the Oct. 13 SCICU board meeting.
New SCICU trustee Tyson Blanton (on left – Duke Energy, district manager for government and community relations) and SCICU trustee Brent Weaver (on right – Wells Fargo, vice president for government banking) listen to the Development Committee report during the SCICU Oct. 13 board meeting.
SCICU President and CEO Jeff Perez guides trustees and college presidents through “Generation COVID” enrollment and trends analysis during the board meeting.
Coker University President Natalie Harder (left) and SCICU trustee John Garrison (right, background) participate in the “Generation COVID” discussion.
Clafin University President Dwaun Warmack comments during the “Generation COVID” session.
SCICU Trustee Kristi Eidson (Total Comfort Solutions general manager) participates in the “Generation COVID” discussion.
NGU president Gene Fant presents the SCICU Council of College Presidents report during the Oct. 13 board meeting.
Benedict College’s Jazz Combo entertained trustees and presidents during the Oct. 13 SCICU board meeting luncheon.
SCICU trustees, college presidents, sponsors, and guests enjoyed the luncheon provided by Perkins Management Systems.
SCICU President Jeff Perez (left) presents the 2022 SCICU Student of the Year award to Newberry College senior Jonathan Wright (center). Dr. Christina Wendland, Newberry associate dean of academic affairs, accompanied Wright at the presentation.
Newberry College senior Jonathan Wright thanks SCICU board members for the 2022 SCICU Student of the Year Scholarship and explains that the scholarship helped him cover nearly all of his obligations for his senior year. Wright, a Tuition Grant recipient, is an accounting and criminal justice double major.
SCICU is grateful for the decades of independent higher education support and leadership provided by Life Trustee Minor Mickel Shaw and her extended family. Shaw was the keynote speaker at the SCICU Oct. 13 board meeting, emphasizing the importance of higher education and the Tuition Grants program to the next generation of leaders and to the state of South Carolina.
SCICU Student of the Year Jonathan Wright (second from right) is congratulated by SCICU President Jeff Perez (left), SCICU Life Trustee Minor Mickel Shaw (second from left), and SCICU Board Chair Lucy Grey McIver (right).
Many thanks to Perkins Management Services, Benedict College food services partner, for providing the luncheon at the Oct. 13 SCICU Board of Trustees meeting.
SCICU thanks its corporate sponsors for supporting the Oct. 13 board meeting at Benedict College.