NECBAC 2014 Scholarship Recipients

August 22, 2014

NECBAC Announces 2014 Book Scholarship Recipients

Worcester, MA – The New England Counselor of Color Bridging Access to College (NECBAC) officially named a select group of high school graduates as NECBAC Scholarship recipients for the 2014-15 academic year. After the most competitive application process in NECBAC Scholarship history with over 150 applicants, 5 deserving students were awarded $650.

“These scholarships are an indicator of our devotion to providing access to college for students throughout New England, no matter how big or small.  We are delighted to be able to contribute to the success of our scholarship recipients in their educational endeavors!” – President of NECBAC, Leykia Brill, Associate Dean of Admission at Amherst College

NECBAC is a chartered, non-profit organization of professional admission representatives committed to access affiliated with four-year private colleges and universities, and dedicated to promoting enrollment and retention of underrepresented students in higher education. In line with this mission, NECBAC scholarship recipients were all eligible seniors graduating from a New England high school and will be enrolling full-time in a NECBAC member institution. In order to be considered, applicants had to submit an official application, supplemental essay, and an official high school transcript. More information can be found at

NECBAC congratulates the following 2014 NECBAC Scholarship recipients:

Victoria Vu
West Hartford, CT
Northwest Catholic High School
College of the Holy Cross

Pamela Mukiza
Westbrook, ME
Catherine McAuley School
Babson College

Je’Quan Robinson
Springfield, MA
Springfield Central High School
Western New England University

Isadora Jacquez
Manchester, NH
Manchester Central High School
Simmons College

Analdin Saldana
Providence, RI
Hope High School
Roger Williams University