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Florida A&M University Gives High School Students On-Sight Scholarships

Following a recent announcement regarding a steep drop in enrollment, Florida A&M offered high school juniors and seniors at the Carver Theatre for Performing Arts  in downtown Birmingham full enrollment scholarships at an event on Sept. 26. Students had to meet grade and testing requirements for eligibility.

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