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Madison Forever Scholarships

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Imagine facing your senior year at JMU with the possibility that you might not be able to graduate. Money for tuition just isn't there. That 's the prospect many students face in economic hard times. To assist them, the university developed Madison Forever, a stopgap scholarship program to help students caught in just such a spot. In 2012, 6,540 donors contributed $438,159 to help these students. For scholarship recipient Kinsey Browning ('14) and the 103 students helped last year, nothing speaks more forcefully about our collective ability to change the future than Madison Forever.

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Last Updated: Wednesday, June 28, 2017

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