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Giving to Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives

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  • Diversity and Inclusion: A contribution to this foundation account will cultivate the financial support of a comprehensive scope of initiatives to address diversity at FSU. Allocation Code: F07801
  • FSU Black Alumni Scholarship: promotes and supports the academic achievement of prospective recipients to be selected from minority student applicants of African-American descent who meet selection criteria based on merit. Allocation Code: F06591
  • University’s Greatest Need: The College of Communication & Information has identified a number of initiatives that are critical to enhancing the educational experience for our students now and in the future. We invite you to learn more about these programs by visiting the "Our Greatest Needs" web site. Allocation Code: F07373
  • Veterans Center: funding to support the operational management and development of the Veterans Center on the Florida State Campus. Funding may be used for planning, office operations and travel, as necessary. The Director may modify funding uses as the center and operations grow in size and scope to meet the President’s vision for the center. Allocation Code: F07521
  • Entrepreneur For Veterans with Disabilities: will support students to help disabled veterans establish and advance their business plans. Allocation Code: F07161
  • Human Resources Development Fund: is to be used for employee and/or University Human Resources and staff development activities. Allocation Code: F06613
  • Florida State Tuition Scholarship: provides tuition scholarships to children of current Florida State employees.  Awarded on a need basis annually. Allocation Code: F06615
  • Center for Leadership & Social Change Development: provides support for the involvement of students in public and community service. Allocation Code: F06631
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship: provides scholarships of $350 to as many eligible students that the fund can finance. Awards are given to African-American undergrads with at least a 2.5 GPA or a graduate student with at least a 3.0 GPA. Allocation Code: F06639
  • Student Disability Fund: provides resources for disabled students. Resources include - but not limited to - scholarships, goods and services, educational and social activities. Preference may be given to students with learning disabilities for scholarship disbursements. Allocation Code: F06686
  • Garnet & Gold Scholar Society Support Fund : will be used to support the mission, goals and objectives of the Garnet and Gold Scholar Society. This includes, but not limited to, the disbursement of funds to cover expenses incurred to attain said mission, goals, and objectives. The fund will be managed by the Career Center. Allocation Code: F07729
  • College Achievement Program: supports minority recruitment and retention. Allocation Code: F06488
  • CARE Academic Support: provides general support of the Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement (CARE). Allocation Code: F06490
  • Hispanic Endowed Scholarship Fund: provides scholarships to Hispanic students attending Florida State University. Allocation Code: F06773
  • Sci-Girls: support expenses related to running the Sci-Girls summer camps. Allocation Code: F07199
  • Pepper Fund for the Institute on Aging: support the general fund of the activities of the Institute. Allocation Code: F04758
  • Black Studies Discretionary Fund: is a general development fund. Allocation Code: F04760
  • The St. Louis Friends of Monsignor Keep Endowment: earnings shall be used to help support and enhance the Monsignor William A. Kerr Intercultural Education and Dialogue Initiative in one or more of the following ways:
    • Provide annual support to the Monsignor William A. Kerr Scholarship Program that will enable international students to attend Florida State University for intensive English language training prior to their enrolling in the University as either full-time undergraduate students pursuing a 4-year BA/BS degrees or full-time graduate students pursuing a Master’s degree. Each scholarship may be used for tuition and fees associated with the recipient’s respective degree as well as living costs incurred while enrolled as a full-time student.
    • Provide annual support to the Monsignor William A. Kerr Intercultural Dialogue Institute to ve held each summer in Tallahassee, Florida, to which international and U.S. students as well as young professionals will be invited to attend. The Institute is a non-degree certificate program which may be taken for academic credit and is designed to help participants acquire the technical understanding.
    • Provide annual support for international service programs, such as Global Peach Exchange as well as other activities, that enable both U.S. and international students to participate in a broad range of education and community development endeavors.
    • Recipients of the scholarships shall be international students whose permanent residence is outside the United States, who have succeeded academically and who have demonstrated community service (locally, nationally or internationally) in their home countries. Scholarships awarded to undergraduate students may be renewable for a second, third or fourth academic year, and scholarships awarded to graduate students may be renewable for a second academic year provided that the recipient continues to meet the criteria stated above and make satisfactory progress academically, as determined by the recipient’s degree Department and corresponding School/College. Annual selection of recipients shall be made by the FSU Monsignor William A. Kerr Scholarship Program selection committee, which may include representatives from the Monsignor William A. Kerr Intercultural Education and Dialogue Initiative’s Advisory Board. Allocation Code: F07446
  • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Fund: is to support the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) goals and objectives which include: the promotion of academic excellence and professional program development for SHPE members. Also used to promote the advancement and number of Hispanics in engineering at the College of Engineering. Allocation Code: F02736
  • Southern Bell Presidential Scholarship Fund: for Minority Engineering Students provides scholarships for FSU minority Engineering students. Allocation Code: F02718
  • Patricia A. Dore Memorial Scholarship: provides scholarships to minority law students. Allocation Code: F03327
  • Denise Diaz Memorial Scholarship: provides scholarships to a freshman Hispanic female who is majoring in law and is dedicated to public services. Allocation Code: F03325