JSU class of 1963 donation to lead to $100,000 endowment

May 2013
Jackson Advocate;5/9/2013, Vol. 75 Issue 31, p15A
The article reports that the $50,000 check donated by the Jackson State University (JSU) Class of 1963 to JSU president Carolyn W. Meyersto on May 3, 2013 for the establishment of scholarship for students in need of financial assistance will be raised to $100,000 through the federal march program.


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