University of Iowa President Emeritus Sandy Boyd (81LHD) may have played an influential role in the adoption of the 26th Amendment to lower the voting age to 18, according to the latest Old Gold column from University Archivist David McCartney.
The Forevermore Scholarship helps deserving high school students access the University of Iowa by easing their financial burden.
You can help more students with a demonstrated financial need become Hawkeyes and attain a world-class education by supporting the Forevermore Scholarship. Your investment can change the trajectory of a student?s life?make a gift today!
The Forevermore Scholarship program was created by the generosity of many Hawkeyes to help more students access the University of Iowa.
Thanks to donations from our alumni and friends, the UI Office of Student Financial Aid will start offering Forevermore Scholarships to eligible first-year students beginning in fall 2019.
Donors who give $1,000 or more to the Forevermore Scholarship will be matched with a specific incoming first-year student.
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