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George Floyd Scholarship Fund

George Floyd mural painted on a brick wall outside of Cup Foods in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Mural of George Floyd located on Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Learn more about the George Floyd Scholarship Fund

On June 4, 2020, North Central University President Scott Hagan announced the creation of the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship and challenged every university president in the United States of America to establish a George Floyd Memorial Scholarship Fund at their institutions.

In his remarks, Hagan said it is time “to invest like never before in a new generation of young black Americans, who are poised and ready to take leadership in our nation.”

The scholarship provides a way to invest in a new generation of young Black Americans, poised and ready to be leaders in our community and our nation. We believe that the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship will enable North Central University to increase our number of Black students who will impact the learning environment in a positive manner. Diversifying our learning environment is key to being a University that looks and acts like Heaven.

The application process and criteria for students to apply for the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship can be found here.

Watch the announcement from President Hagan

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