University's First Comprehensive Campaign
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Salem State University announced as its 2014 commencement speakers a Massachusetts U.S. senator and two prominent New England crusaders in the fight against cancer.
Marquis Victor, a 2009 Salem State communications degree recipient who is president and co-founder of the Elevated Thought Foundation Inc., will be the keynote speaker at the university’s African-American, Latin American, Asian, Native American (ALANA) graduation ceremony at noon on Tuesday, April 29, in Veterans Hall.
Aptly named “10,000 Reasons” for the number of enrolled students it will benefit, the campaign’s goal is the support of numerous campus priorities to enhance the academic and social experiences of Salem States students.
Salem State University will offer a full in-state tuition scholarship to any Massachusetts community college graduate who has earned an associate’s degree with a 3.0 or higher grade-point average.