John Gatling Grant Program

John Gatling was a Raleigh, North Carolina businessman, contractor, and real estate executive. He was a loyal and supportive North Carolina State University alumnus, and it was his desire that his estate be used primarily for educational scholarships. Gatling established the grant at NC State University for first-time undergraduate, degree-seeking students who were born with the surname Gatlin or Gatling. No other spelling of the surname is eligible. Gatling Grant funding is only available for students attending NC State University and is valued at $10,000 per year for NC residents and $15,000 per year for non-residents. The grant is renewable for a total of four years. Eligibility:-North Carolina residents with the surname Gatlin(g) who demonstrate financial need as determined by the FAFSA-Non-North Carolina residents with the surname Gatlin(g) who demonstrate financial need as determined by the FAFSA-North Carolina residents with the surname Gatlin(g) who do not demonstrate financial need-Non-North Carolina residents with the surname Gatlin(g) who do not demonstrate financial needFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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