Isai Garcia-Baza, right, a May graduate from UNC-Chapel Hill, says the need-based aid programs the university offers are helping first-generation families like his escape the problems that come with poverty. Chancellor Carol Folt (left) looks on during Monday’s announcement that UNC-CH had won a $1 million award from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation honoring its success in enrolling and supporting low-income students.
Isai Garcia-Baza, right, a May graduate from UNC-Chapel Hill, says the need-based aid programs the university offers are helping first-generation families like his escape the problems that come with poverty. Chancellor Carol Folt (left) looks on during Monday’s announcement that UNC-CH had won a $1 million award from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation honoring its success in enrolling and supporting low-income students. Ray Gronberg rgronberg@heraldsun.com
Isai Garcia-Baza, right, a May graduate from UNC-Chapel Hill, says the need-based aid programs the university offers are helping first-generation families like his escape the problems that come with poverty. Chancellor Carol Folt (left) looks on during Monday’s announcement that UNC-CH had won a $1 million award from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation honoring its success in enrolling and supporting low-income students. Ray Gronberg rgronberg@heraldsun.com

Orange County

UNC-CH to match $1M award to boost outreach to low-income families

June 19, 2017 5:48 PM

  Comments  

Videos