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    Wells Fargo Supports University of Success

    Wells Fargo contributed $15,000 to The University of Scranton’s University of Success, a multi-year, pre-college program for high school students. From left are: Frank Subasic, regional brokerage manager, Wells Fargo Advisors; Jannette Moran, program manager, Wells Fargo; Meg Hambrose, director of corporate and foundation relations at the University; Debra Pellegino, Ed.D., dean of the University’s Panuska College of Professional Studies; Oiram Santos, district manager, Wells Fargo; and Michael Pany, community relations, Wells Fargo.
    November 20, 2018

    Wells Fargo contributed $15,000 to support The University of Scranton’s University of Success, a multi-year, pre-college program for high school students designed to develop the skills needed to successfully gain entrance to college.

    Students enter the University of Success at the completion of the eighth grade and continue through their high school years. The program offers enrichment courses in study skills, SAT prep, public speaking, math, science, art and cultural activities, as well as financial aid and wellness seminars. The ultimate goal is for University of Success students to be accepted into a four-year college or university.

    The University of Success, offered free of charge to participants, is funded almost entirely by corporate and foundation grants. Wells Fargo has provided continuous support of this program since 2011.

    For additional information, visit the University of Success web site.

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