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Fisk University Announces $3 Million Gift Toward Career Planning Center

Fisk University is excited to announce a $3 million gift from Dallas Businessman and Philanthropist Roland G. Parrish, one of the largest gifts in the school’s history. This historic gift will fund the construction of the new Roland G. Parrish Center for Career Planning and Development that will house everything from classrooms to conference rooms, as well as meeting and innovation spaces.� The highly anticipated new construction is part of President Rome’s strategic initiative to prepare the next generation of business executives and community leaders.��

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A’Maiya Harris, Fisk University Student, awarded scholarship by Kevin Hart’s “Help From The Hart Charity”, a New $600,000 Scholarship Program

NASHVILLE, TN (Aug. 8, 2018)—Following up on his generous $100,000 scholarship gift made through UNCF (the United Negro College Fund) to four deserving college students back in 2015,, actor and comedian Kevin Hart hasjoined forces with UNCF and KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) to help 18 more KIPP students get to and through college—includingA’Maiya, a freshman at Fisk University.

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Major Maps Initiative for Student Advising

The�Major�Academic Planners (MAPs)�are detailed undergraduate four-year course outlines that inform students on the classes they should take and when to take them. Maps also point ahead to after graduation by indicating possible careers related to majors.

Follow the link below to access available Major Maps:

Major Maps

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