Prairie View A&M University announced the receipt of a $10 million gift

The provide will award college students nearing commencement who are dealing with monetary challenges due to COVID-19.

PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas,  Prairie View A&M University introduced the receipt of a $10 million present to aid college students in their pursuit of successful university completion. The donor, who desires to stay anonymous, desired to make investments in PVAMU by way of easing many students' economic burdens.

The pandemic-related trauma and a digital university trip are impacting pupil performance, which is being exacerbated through the stress of staying wholesome whilst additionally making use of to graduate faculty or job looking out for their profession after graduation.

"I am thrilled to announce that the generosity of an nameless donor will enable the college to set up an initiative to aid juniors and seniors impacted through the COVID-19 disaster to stay enrolled and graduate on a well timed basis," stated PVAMU President Ruth J. Simmons. "Called Panther Success Grants, these unrestricted cash will be the imperative distinction in enabling these college students to proceed and whole their studies."

Job loss due to COVID-19 has, in many instances, impeded working students' capacity to pay even small unfunded parts of the fee of college. Where such college students face a shortfall in funding, the Panther Success Grants will be capable to fill in that shortfall.

More about the Panther Success Grants:

Student advantages include:

Awards up to $2,000 per semester; $4,000 max annually
In-state, out-of-state, and worldwide college students are eligible for consideration
As a pinnacle producer of African American architects, engineers, and nurses, the good sized present is any other affirmation of the pivotal function PVAMU serves in altering underserved students' lives, and the affect and contribution graduates have in the communities they name home.  

Post a Comment