Frat Honored, Pushes Scholarships and Financial Aid

Frat Honored, Pushes Scholarships and Financial Aid

By Dianne Anderson Dr. Jamal Myrick is thinking ahead, trying to beat financial aid deadlines to get more Black students into higher education, which usually starts with paying the biggest bill. Probably the worst part of being a low-income student in California is that they usually aren’t aware there’s a good chance they qualify to attend universities for free. Dr. Myrick, director of African Student Programs at the University of California, Riverside, said their program is gearing up to roll out fall scholarships in partnership with their Black alumni chapter.

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