Bromery Community Scholarship Fund

Diamante Spencer

The university’s first African American Chancellor, Dr. Randolph W. Bromery, devoted his life to broadening opportunities for African Americans. By giving to this fund named in his honor, you help support diversity on our campus.

Did You Know?

That there are 80-plus campus organizations, academic programs, and resources supporting diversity.

 Read our diversity mission statement and track our progress.

“Like many Americans of my generation, I owe my own education to the GI Bill and to publicly supported universities and have devoted much of my effort over the years to broadening access to higher education, particularly for African American students. From this experience, I know that high tuition can be a real and perceptual barrier keeping many students from college.”

—Dr. Bill Bromery