|Honoring LMU’s 2012-13 AAAA Scholars & Distinguished Honoree Recipients|
Join us to honor our distinguished alumni, community and corporate leaders, and meet our outstanding scholarship recipients.
The African American Alumni Association and Scholarship Fund were established by LMU alumni, faculty and staff in 2003 to provide financial assistance to deserving undergraduate students. Almost $1 million has been raised and 205 partial scholarships awarded to students who demonstrated academic excellence, leadership ability, and financial need. Your support provides vital financial assistance, matched 2 to 1 by LMU, helping to ensure student retention and graduation.
Since 2004, LMU has increased African-American graduation rates by 14%. Today the university graduates 78% of its African-American students. The Education Trust identified LMU among 11 public and private universities in the country with the best combined graduation rates for African-American and Hispanic students.
Glenn Milus '98
CEO, Mindlab Business Solutions, Inc.
AAAA RISING LEADER AWARD
Gail Mitchell '75
Senior Editor, Billboard Magazine
WILLIAM L. STRICKLAND ’71 EXCELLENCE AWARD
The Honorable Maxine Waters
Congresswoman, 43rd District of California
HON. IRMA BROWN DILLON ’70, J.D. ’73 COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
2012-13 Scholarship Recipients
Host: Chris Schauble, Co-Anchor, KTLA 5 Morning News
Sheraton Gateway LAX, 6101 W. Century Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045
Saturday, March 16, 2013
6 p.m. | Reception
7 p.m. | Awards
$100 per person
$75 recent alumni (alumni from 2002-2012)
The non-deductible portion of each ticket is $65; all other contributions are fully tax deductible.
Registration is now closed, we will accept walk-ins at the door.
If you are unable to attend this event but would like to support the AAAA Scholarship Fund, please make your gift online at http://give.lmu.edu/givenow.
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