With a fundraising goal of $1.2 million, the 1967 Legacy Program is a multi-year initiative that aims to improve the recruitment, retention, graduation and workplace success of Black students through scholarships, enhanced and extended education support, and professional preparation, as well as research experiences around Black students’ contribution to the College.

Read about the 1967 Legacy Program in The College Today. 

With a full-time director, a dedicated gathering space on campus and alumni mentoring, the program will focus on Black student attendance and matriculation. Each Legacy Scholar will receive $5,000 per year for tuition and support for study abroad and internship opportunities. Scholars will also participate in a prestigious, four-year platform of academic, personal and career-ready enrichment to become the next generation of Black leaders.