FSU receives $2.2 million federal grant to support traditionally underrepresented students

FSU receives $2.2 million federal grant to support traditionally underrepresented students

FSU receives $2.2 million federal grant to support traditionally underrepresented students

Florida State University will receive $2.2 million over the next five years to fund two programs designed to support traditionally underrepresented students in higher education.

The two competitive grants are part of the Federal TRIO Programs sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. The grants will allow the university to increase its efforts to serve first-generation college students and students with disabilities who need academic assistance.

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