Ronald A. Hammond was the Director of the Department of Minority Student Affairs during his tenure at UM. His commitment to multiculturalism inspired all students, faculty and staff at this university. Today we honor him with the Ronald A. Hammond Scholarship. This merit based, full-tuition scholarship for entering freshmen is awarded to exceptionally well-qualified high school seniors who are usually from an underrepresented background.
Recipients of this scholarship will promote Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream of a unified America and demonstrate a commitment to increasing opportunities for underrepresented minorities, breaking down stereotypes and enabling others to better understand persons of different races and ethnicities. Approximately 30 of these prestigious scholarships are awarded each year.
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