$5 million grant boosts access to SHA

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has awarded a $5 million grant to SHA in support of diversity and inclusion initiatives, and student financial aid.

The five-year grant will allow SHA to expand recruitment initiatives to cultivate qualified applicants in targeted underserved markets. The funds will also provide scholarships for underrepresented and first-generation students to attend summer enrichment programs.

In support of current students, the gift provides academic and nonacademic support as a component of personal and professional development.

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