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A Historically Black College is Offering Displaced University of Bahamas Students a Free Semester

(CNN)A historically black university is stepping up to help students in the Bahamas who are affected by Hurricane Dorian.

Hampton University announced Thursday it would be partnering with the University of the Bahamas to allow students who have been displaced by the storm to spend the fall semester on its campus in Hampton, Virginia, tuition-free.

“I think this agreement is something that can be helpful to a great number of students and families, and is part of something I’ve tried to do my entire career — helping people to achieve and meet their goals,” Hampton University President William R. Harvey said in a statement.

Rodney Smith, the President of the University of the Bahamas, is the former administrative vice president and chief planning officer at Hampton.

University of the Bahamas students will be able to receive room and board for one semester. They will also have the option of staying at Hampton after the semester is over while paying standard tuition and fees.

Read more by Kendall Trammell at www.CNN.com

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