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Three CCEE students named to Goodnight Scholars Transfer Class of 2026

Three incoming CCEE students were selected for the Goodnight Scholars Transfer Class of 2026. A total of 50 students were chosen from 21 North Carolina counties. 

Recipients participated in a thorough selection process over the spring semester, which included an application and interview with a volunteer committee consisting of current and former NC State faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as industry representatives from SAS. 

The Goodnight Scholarship is valued at $23,000 per year for up to three years ($69,000) for transfer students. The cohorts receive access to a comprehensive student development program that includes weekly programming, exclusive travel opportunities, and enrichment grant funding. Students will also receive transfer specific programming and instruction to aid in the successful transition from community college to NC State.

The transfer class of 2026 demonstrated exceptional accomplishments during their respective community college careers including stellar academic achievement, memberships in national honors societies, and involvement in student organizations. The class features students with impressive accolades including President’s and Dean’s List honorees, Phi Theta Kappa honors society members, military service-people, and parents of the future generation. 

Alysha Jarvis

Alysha Jarvis, who plans to major in civil engineering (structural) and obtain a masters in applied mathematics, is graduating with an Associates of Science and Associates of Engineering from Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, where she also obtained a CAD Certificate, and Mental Health First Aid Certificate. She has a dream to combine Southern Appalachian crafts with math to create a fun approach to learning math concepts.


Tre’Vaughn Cox

Tre’Vaughn Cox will graduate from Durham Technical Community College where he was involved in SGA, the Aikido club, and served as a C3 ambassador. Cox, who plans to major in civil engineering, is also a member of the North Carolina National Guard and works part-time at a Civil Engineering firm as a Survey CAD Technician. 



Caleb Aaron Hill

Caleb Aaron Hill, who plans to major in civil engineering, will graduate from Cape Fear Community College where he was involved with the CFCC Student Engineers Association, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and the American Society of Civil Engineers.  was also involved in community service opportunities with Youth for Christ Puerto Rico, Mission Serve, and Baptists on Mission. Outside of school, Caleb enjoys mixed martial arts and obtained his black belt in Musa Kwan Tang Soo Do. 


This story was originally published in Goodnight Scholarships News.