Scholarship Fund for WTC Victims
University will honor survivors of the WTC and Pentagon attacks
through the creation of a fund that will supplement tuition support
that will be provided by Governor George Pataki’s proposed World
Trade Center Memorial Scholarship Fund.
the level of the prevailing CUNY and SUNY tuition support is,
Pace will make up the difference and provide a four-year full
tuition supplement for up to 75 individuals.
The scholarship is available to spouses and children of the September
11th terrorist attacks. Pace has also established an endowment
for additional scholarship support and has made an initial contribution
to the fund. All proceeds will provide financial aid and assistance
for any spouse or child of a victim of the attacks. In addition,
a percentage of the gifts received by the University to the Annual
Giving Program from alumni and friends will be designated in support
of the endowed scholarship fund.
A fund for current Pace University students affected by the attacks
has been created to help meet specific needs of those students
who were displaced, suffered a loss in employment or lost a family
member. Grants up to $1,000 are available. Pace has provided an
initial contribution to the fund. Contributions may be sent to:
Office of University Advancement; Pace University, One Pace Plaza;
New York, NY 10038; Telephone, 212-346-1276. Checks should be
made to Pace University.
A permanent memorial site will also be established at One Pace
Plaza, in recognition of members of the Pace community who lost
their lives in the attacks. The memorial will be completed within
the next year.
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