King's College Old Boys' Association of North America

Scholarship Fund

At the 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of KCOBANA, it was decided to set up a Scholarship Endowment Fund where monies will be invested for long term growth with the understanding that only the income earned may be expended, not the principal. The goal is that income from the endowed fund will be sufficient to administer the program.

The merit based scholarship will be awarded annually in the amount of one thousand dollars ($1,000) and contribute towards the tertiary education of one graduating King's College student. It shall be used for tuition, books, room and board costs at an accredited 4-year university or polytechnic in Africa. Specific details of the program (eligibility criteria, application process, etc.) are being worked out with the college, KCOBA & others, with a view towards awarding the first scholarship towards the end of the 2018/2019 school session.

The KCOBANA Scholarship Fund will operate as a temporarily restricted fund during the five–year period that is slated for building up to the endowment amount of $100,000, whereupon it will be converted into a permanent, endowment fund. At that time, the KCOBANA Board will consider moving the funds under the advisement of a recognized fund manager. Post-endowment contributions to the fund will be added to the fund principal or set aside for additional scholarships. To date, KCOBANA has received pledges and collections in the aggregate amounts of $35,000 & $8,000, respectively.

To donate to the fund, please complete the Scholarship fund pledge form (PDF). You are allowed and encouraged to commit over the 5-year endowment period.

Wall of Honour

  • Fred & Dr. Mrs Udochi

    In honour of Mother & Father-in-Law

    Mrs. Jane Udochi & Professor Atutuka Okonjo, Class of 1936

  • Bayo Oyewole

  • Iberedem Ekure

  • Anthony Kuyoro

  • Richard Okantey Henshaw

  • Valentine Odife

  • Charles Dike

  • Ade & Funmi Dosunmu

  • Akintunde Kehinde

    In honour of Mother

    Mrs. Olabopo Kehinde

  • Muyiwa Idowu

    In honour of Father

    Dr. Adedoyin Idowu, Class of 1946

  • Seyi & Sade Adegoroye

    In honour of Mother

    Mrs. Duti Adegoroye

  • Yele Aluko

  • Ayodeji Olubisi

  • Olakunle Olaniyan

  • Sola Seriki

  • Inalegwu Okwa

  • Omoronke Hamilton

    In honour of Brother

    Oluyomi Nathan Hamilton, Class of 1967

  • Uzo & Dele Onyemaechi

    In honour of

    Fred Udochi

  • Ikwo Ekpo

    In honour of

    Queens College Old Girls' Association