During the lowest point in my life, I have demonstrated my ability to climb and receiving this scholarship is an affirmation that my hard work has not gone unnoticed.
December 17, 2019
Thank you once again for your investment in my future, I hope to one day be able to do for someone else what you have done for me.
Jalen Jackson ‘22. Chemistry Major
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Twin sisters Jordyn and Morgan Jackson have just earned their Bachelor’s degree from Xavier University of Lousiana. In 2018, the Jackson sisters graduated from North Houston Early Collegewith a high school diploma and Associate degree at the age of 17. Now, at 20-years-old, the twins are ready to start the next phase of their career. On May 8th, Jordyn obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. Morgan earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications.Student Life
Gabriella Cotton, a rising junior at Xavier majoring in Public Health, recently completed the Lamar Governor’s Fellowship Program. Gabriella and twelve other students from Louisiana colleges were chosen for the program out of hundreds of applicants by Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards following a rigorous application process.Student Life
Xavier students Gabriella Cotton, Taylor Huff, and Bethani Thomas were announced as “Servant Leader Scholars” and presented with scholarship checks in the amount of $2,500 per scholar from The Links, Incorporated on Monday. The Links, Incorporated, is an international, not-for-profit corporation focused on enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry.Student Life