SUSLA Launches Williams Center for Undergraduate Student Achievement

Southern University at Shreveport Launches Williams Center for Undergraduate Student Achievement

Over 100 community leaders, administrators, alumni, supporters, and friends braved the rainy weather Saturday, September 8th to join SUSLA at the Shreveport Aquarium for the launch of the new Williams Center for Undergraduate Student Achievement (WCUSA).

WCUSA is an initiative of Southern University at Shreveport to increase the enrollment, retention, and graduation rates of minority males who are first generation college students and/or come from low-income households. SU Alums Tony and Tina Williams generously pledged a seed gift to help establish the initiative.

For more information on how you can support the work of the Williams Center for Undergraduate Student Achievement, contact Stephanie Rogers, Chief Advancement Officer at srogers@susla.edu.

See KTBS coverage of the event HERE

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