Atlanta, Georgia 2021-08-02 16:10:34 –
Washington-On Monday, Georgia’s US Senators Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock announced more than $ 175 million in new funding reserved for Georgia’s historic Black University through the US Rescue Program.
“As an HBCU graduate, I am grateful to see additional funding flow to help HBCU in Georgia continue to open the door to possibilities and opportunities for the bright minds of the next generation,” said Senator Warnock. Said in a press release. “I will work with Senator Osov to secure these funds for outstanding faculty, staff and students at these institutions and to strengthen federal support for HBCU in Georgia and beyond. I’m proud to keep fighting. “
The announcement on Monday will be in addition to Senators Osov and Warnock, who have secured approximately $ 85 million for the Georgia HBCU in May.
“I will never quit my job on behalf of Georgia’s HBCU. Senator Warnock and I have this to help HBCU recover from the COVID-19 pandemic in preparation for the next school year. We are pleased to be able to provide additional funding, “Senator Osov said in a press release.
With more money announcements, the following HBCUs received money. Morehouse College of Medicine ($ 56,429,440), Albany State University ($ 32,915,113), Clark Atlanta University ($ 31,257,396), Savannah State University ($ 24,042,185), Fort Valley State University ($ 14,586,498), Morehouse College ($ 7,674,377), Spelman College ($ 6,347,942), Spelman College ($ 2,966,128).
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