$25M scholarship fund created for undocumented students

Lynn Russo Whylly's picture
Thursday, February 6, 2014

Some immigrant students brought to the United States without permission by their parents will soon get help paying for colleges in Texas and a few other states.

A $25 million scholarship fund for such students, often called “dreamers,” was announced today by San Antonio Democratic activist Henry Muñoz III, former Washington Post CEO Donald E. Graham, and Carlos Gutierrez, a commerce secretary under President George W. Bush.

Dreamers often face financial barriers to attending college since they are ineligible for federal financial aid.

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