Thursday, June 26, 2003

Thomas More College fund drive ends with over $300,000

The Cincinnati Enquirer

Thomas More College officials announced Wednesday the completion of its annual fund drive for the 2002-'03 academic year.

The solicitations raised more than $300,000, a 79 percent increase over last year's campaign. Contributions from the community help fill in the gap between tuition and the full cost of educating students, school officials said.

The annual fund is the key part of Thomas More's annual gifts and grants program. Contributions are earmarked for the presidential scholarship program, which helps students who would not otherwise be able to attend the institution.

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