Carlton Woods (1926-2011) had 6 of his children and 3 of his grand-children to attend Bethune Cookman University. He was a native West Indian from St.Kitts and valued education.
He has been honored by the West Palm Beach BCU Alumni. His family has decided to continue his legacy to motivate and educate students who attend the university. To his honor, the family will present a financial scholarship to a full-time first year student attending Bethune Cookman University.
"Bethune-Cookman University is an institution filled with rich history and beloved traditions, and a strong commitment to academic excellence and community service. From its beginnings as a school for young African-American girls to its status as a University, offering 35 undergraduate programs and a master’s degree in transformative leadership, B-CU has educated generations of lifelong learners and community leaders.
Bethune-Cookman University has a long and distinguished history and a promising future.We honor the heritage of Bethune-Cookman University and its future."
Enter to Learn…. Depart to Serve
Supporters can donate to the Carlton Woods Scholarship fund.
"His passion for education lives on!"
Please click on the "Donate" button to make an online donation to the Carlton A. Woods Scholarship via PayPal. If you would like to mail your donations please send them to:
Carlton A. Woods Scholarship
PO Box 6541
North Augusta, SC 29861