Support the MPA Program
Ways to Give
Credit / Debit Card Make a one-time gift using your credit or debit card. Check Download and complete the MPA gift form, make your check payable to Carolina MPA, and mail to the address listed on the form. Monthly Bank Draft Join Club ’66 and spread your gift out over time by authorizing your bank to make monthly transfers from your checking account or credit card. Non-Cash Non-cash gifts can take a variety of forms including stocks, bonds, real estate, and other kinds of property. Planned Gifts Planned gifts include bequests and a range of life income gifts.
Every gift makes a difference and is appreciated. For more information, contact Jean Coble at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919.962.0426.
Options for Giving
Donors may designate their gifts to one or more of these MPA Program Funds.
Ashley Westbrook Turton Scholarship
The Turton Scholarship provides annual tuition assistance for a female student enrolled in the Master of Public Administration Program (MPA), who has distinguished herself academically and aspires to enter or continue a successful career in local, state, or federal government.
Gordon Whitaker Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship is awarded annually to second year MPA students.
Jack Vogt Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship supports a student who demonstrates a sincere interest in a career in public finance.
Diversity Scholarship in Public Administration Endowment
This scholarship provides support for continuing efforts to attract a diverse group of students to the MPA program and addresses the needs of students confronting significant financial challenges.
C. Ronald Aycock Public Administration Scholarship
This scholarship supports a student who demonstrates an interest in local government in North Carolina.
Jean Coble Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship is awarded annually to entering MPA students.
Hayman-Howard-Wright MPA Scholarship Endowment
This fund provides support to help attract students who are returning to the classroom after gaining valuable work experience.
Nanette V. Mengel Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship is awarded to several MPA students each year.
Master of Public Administration Program General Fund
The MPA General Fund provides a broad range of support and provides the greatest flexibility to the MPA program. Recently, the trust has paid for a subscription to the Electronic Hallway, an electronic center for case-based teaching; expenses related to admissions interviews; honoraria for seminar speakers; and computer software for the student computer lab.
As revenue from the state has decreased, private support makes a critical difference in our ability to provide the best educational opportunities for the students who are our future public service leaders.