A new scholarship is designed to support college students who take part in social action, racial justice, and economic affairs. It was created by the UNC Charlotte Alumni Association. Frenchie Brown is the president-elect of the Alumni Board of Directors and a 1991 graduate. She joined us on QC@3. Frenchie tells us this scholarship is for returning undergraduate students who demonstrated financial need, the potential for academic success in their chosen program of study, and a record of service or social action either at UNC Charlotte, in the greater Charlotte community, or in their hometown.
You can make a gift to the scholarship fund, here. In support of the Scholarship for Social Justice, the UNC Charlotte Foundation Board is generously matching, dollar-for-dollar, gifts made to the scholarship fund up to $125,000.
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