Rachel Freeman, a recipient of the Lance Robert McLendon Scholarship, said donors make positive impacts on the lives on students.
Donors who contribute to Troy University’s Annual Fund help the University in a variety of ways, from supporting groundbreaking research by faculty members, to helping purchase equipment and resources.
But perhaps the most lasting impact made by TROY donors are the many students who attend TROY with the help of Annual Fund supported scholarship programs.
“Each year, hundreds of students are able to attend TROY thanks to scholarships that are supported by donors to Troy University,” said Bronda Denison, Director of Annual Giving. “Many of these students wouldn’t be able to attend college at all without this support. By contributing to the Annual Fund, our donors are investing in a new generation of Trojan alumni who will go on to make positive impacts in communities around the world.”
In the 2015/2016 academic year, 542 students attended TROY on scholarships supported by the Annual Fund.
A pair of those scholarship recipients, Rachel Freeman and Antonio Ramos (both recipients of the Lance Robert McLendon Scholarship) recently shared what receiving the scholarship means to them, and the impact that donors make on students’ lives:
For more information on giving to the Annual Fund, visit troy.edu/annualgiving.