Plans to help UWI students bearing fruit
BARBADIANS INTERESTED in pursuing their dreams of a university education do not have to give up due to the state of their finances.
Deputy principal of the Cave Hill campus of the University of the West Indies, Professor Clive Landis, has been touting the benefits and successes of a number of initiatives geared towards assisting hard-up individuals.
He was speaking at the recent launch of the 2016 edition of Coins For Change.
The initiative, which ends December 22, is spearheaded by the Student Hardship Fund, which assists students in good academic standing that are experiencing financial difficulties. (WILLCOMM)
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