This scholarship was established in 2001 in memory of Marge Funk. She was one of TNCC’s strongest advocates in both the local community and at the state level. Her service on the State Board for Community Colleges and on the local TNCC Board, indicated her strong support for the Virginia Community College system. Deeply involved with the TNCC community, she represented York County on the TNCC College Board and served as chair of the board. Her support for the college was also evident through her participation in many on-campus activities. Priority consideration will be given to students enrolled in a degree program within the Communications and Humanities Division.
- Be registered as and maintain full-time student status at TNCC;
- Have completed a minimum of 12 semester hours at TNCC;
- Be a candidate for an AA, AS, or AAS degree; and
- Be a resident of James City or York Counties or the Cities of Poquoson or Williamsburg.