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Thank you notes // These six students know what a difference VCU’s scholarship funds can make, and they’re grateful to the donors who make them possible.

Thank you notes // These six students know what a difference VCU’s scholarship funds can make, and they’re grateful to the donors who make them possible.

Thank you notes // These six students know what a difference VCU’s scholarship funds can make, and they’re grateful to the donors who make them possible.

Thank you notes // These six students know what a difference VCU’s scholarship funds can make, and they’re grateful to the donors who make them possible.

Thank you notes: Students appreciate scholarship help

Thank you notes: Students appreciate scholarship help

Six VCU Graduates Earn Fulbright Grants – VCU News Center

Six VCU Graduates Earn Fulbright Grants – VCU News Center

VCU's Demitrus "Demie" Carter set to appear in this week's "American Idol" season premiere

VCU's Demitrus "Demie" Carter set to appear in this week's "American Idol" season premiere

Thank you notes // These six students know what a difference VCU’s scholarship funds can make, and they’re grateful to the donors who make them possible.

Thank you notes // These six students know what a difference VCU’s scholarship funds can make, and they’re grateful to the donors who make them possible.

Briana Ratchford - VCU - Week 3 Women's Indoor Track & Field Rookie of the Week

Briana Ratchford - VCU - Week 3 Women's Indoor Track & Field Rookie of the Week

Samantha Testa, a business major following the business administration track, first felt a connection with VCU when she toured the campus during her junior year in high school. At that tour, she met several Business Student Ambassadors, and realized VCU was where she belonged.

Samantha Testa, a business major following the business administration track, first felt a connection with VCU when she toured the campus during her junior year in high school. At that tour, she met several Business Student Ambassadors, and realized VCU was where she belonged.

VCU Student Yeimarie Lopez examines the needs of non-English speaking cancer patients.

VCU Student Yeimarie Lopez examines the needs of non-English speaking cancer patients.

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