The Leon Warren Sr. Endowed Scholarship Fund

Mr. Leon Warren Sr. retired from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University as associate vice chancellor of student affairs for career services in 2001, after serving the State of North Carolina for 39 years. Twenty-nine years were spent at N.C. A&T where he planned, organized, supervised and developed the Office of Career Services from a staff of two people to eight professionals who worked in a highly technical and competitive environment. Through involvement in university committees and professional organizations, he developed his skills as an administrator and fundraiser.

He has been the recipient of many awards, including the Distinguished Alumnus Award (NAFEO), Administrator of the Year at N.C. A&T State University, Performance Award Division of Student Affairs, Outstanding Professional Award North Carolina Association of College and Employers and Lifetime membership to the College Placement Association. He has also been distinguished as one of the 100 Outstanding Alumni and was inducted into the N.C. A&T State University Athletic Hall of Fame. He has published in the Black Collegiate Magazine "Put Your Job Interests into Focus."

Warren completed his undergraduate work at NC A&T with a Bachelor of Science in physical education and history. He received a Master of Science in education and history, a Master of Science in education administration and supervision and completed courses toward a doctoral degree at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The N.C. A&T State University/Industry Cluster established the Leon Warren Endowed Scholarship Fund.

Mr. Leon Warren Sr. is married to Margaret Carlton Warren and they have two sons, Leon Warren II (wife Camela; son Leon Warren III), and Franklin T. Warren (wife Lisa).

Leon Warren, Sr. Endowed Scholarship Criteria

Scholarships from the Leon Warren Sr. Scholarship Endowment Fund will be awarded to deserving students as determined by the University Scholarship Committee based on the criteria cited below. In making the selection, this committee shall consider such attributes as scholarship, leadership, community service, exceptional talent and financial need. The committee shall give special selection consideration to:
• Student football athletes recommended by head coach to the director of athletics
• Students meeting the eligibility requirements of the NCAA and the MEAC
• Students with a grade point average of 2.5 or better
• The director of athletics must submit a copy of the recipient's grades to the University Scholarship Committee

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