Community and Civic Engagement


Lumberton Ford-Lincoln-Mercury/Deercroft Golf Course Award for Business Majors (with a concentration in Marketing)

The LFLM/DGC Award was established in October 2009 to support students at UNC Pembroke who are working toward a degree, by helping to defray the cost of their education.

The LFLM/DGC award will recognize a UNCP junior or senior student who is working toward a degree with a concentration in Marketing and actively involved in their community including community service. The recipient must participate in either the Community and Civic Engagement (CCE) or Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) program. The recipient must maintain a minimum of 3.0 QPA. The award is renewable as long as the recipient continues to meet the criteria.

The award is non-endowed with a total amount to be awarded established at$500 per year for one recipient. This award will be distributed half in the fall and half in the spring.

The University will list the LFLM/DGC award is detail in the UNCP catalog and on the University website as long as the gift remains a viable fund.


The Directors of UNCP's CCE and SIFE programs may submit a pool of candidates for consideration. The Office of Financial Aid shall serve as the selection committee. Student volunteers participants should contact the CCE office at 910.521.6163 or


Annual Student Awards


Community Impact Student Award: (Fall Semester)

As a member of the North Carolina Campus Compact, UNCP presents one award annually in the Fall semester to a student who has made significant, innovative contributions to campus-based efforts to address community needs. The Community Impact Student Award winner can be a sophomore, junior or senior. All nominees must be full-time students enrolled at UNCP. Graduate students are not eligible for this award.

Click here for award nomination guidelines (PDF) (Word). Nominations aredue by the last Friday in September of each year. Submit student bio and nomination cover form to the Office for Community & Civic Engagement located in Jacobs Hall, Suite K.

A book scholarship is awarded to the service award winner.


"Making A Difference" Service Award: (Spring Semester)

One award is presented annually in the Spring semester in memory of 2002 December graduate and community activist Sim White, who died on February 18, 2003. He explored and obtained resources available to students and his community. He stressed the importance of self-strength and worth. He valued others and helped them in accomplishing their goals. His warmth, compassion and smiles were a light off his fellow classmates, friends and associates. All students volunteers and activist who emulate these leadership and service characteristics are eligible to be nominated for this award.

Nominations are due 1st Friday in April of each year. Nomination forms may be obtained at the Office for Community & Civic Engagement located in Jacobs Hall, Suite K.

Nomination Form PDF | Word

A book scholarship is awarded to the service award winner.


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