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Name Averner Blue, Jr. Memorial Endowment
Amount Varies
Classifications All Undergrads
Majors Criminal Justice
Details The scholarship will support males in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences with a major in criminal justice. Male recipients should come from an underserved minority, a socially and economically disadvantaged background, and require financial assistance. The funds may be used for tuition, fees, and/or books. Enrolled freshmen and upperclassmen may apply.

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