WE FINANCIALLY SUPPORT HBCU STUDENTS TO GRADUATE ON-TIME

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HBCU students need help with funding their education. 2/5 Black students with loans skip meals because they cannot afford to eat and pay for their HBCU education.

HBCU Students need all the help they can get to pay for college!


Through the generous donations of our Friends, Donors, and Benefactors, like E. Renee Posey, Ed.D., and Jarrod D. Benjamin, M.B.A., we are able to alleviate some of the burden faced by students.Give now to support our scholarships today.

HBCU FRIENDS: You can start a Scholarship Fund! Please send an email to info@rdevia.org by July 31, 2022.

HBCU STUDENTS: Complete an Interest Form so you are the first to know details about our new Scholarship Opportunities. We will accept new applications starting Fall 2022.

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E. Renee Posey, Ed.D.

Award of Excellence

For any high school senior who will attend any HBCU in the next school year after they graduate.

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Jarrod D. Benjamin Emerging Leaders Scholarship

For male students with leadership qualities who currently attends an HBCU in Louisiana.