Morehouse College Joins the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Scholarship Program

Morehouse_college_sealMorehouse College, the historically Black educational institution for Black men in Atlanta, is now being included as a partner in the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation’s scholarship program. The foundation now has 33 educational institution partners and supports nearly 300 high-achieving students at these institutions. Morehouse is the first HBCU to benefit from the Stamps scholarship program.

Under the new program at Morehouse, six students with a grade point average of 3.7 or above will receive full scholarships to the college. Six additional students will receive the scholarships each year under the program. In addition to tuition, room and board, and other fees, students in the program will be eligible for funds to support study abroad programs, unpaid internships, and attendance at academic conferences.

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