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Jessie Williams Little ’73 and her husband, John Little ’02
Winthrop's Largest Estate Gift Totaling $3 Million Will Establish Student Service Program

Late alumna and longtime educator Elizabeth Reed '41, '51 believed in the value of fostering learning through community service. Through a charitable annuity and additional gifts, she committed $3 million—the largest estate gift in Winthrop University's history—to establish a service-focused student scholarship program. The Elizabeth Hope Reed Fellows Program will support students who demonstrate financial need, maintain good academic standing and commit to volunteering at least eight hours a week. 
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Reed Fellows Program

We Are in This Together

As Convocation, the Blue Line procession and other Winthrop traditions mark the start of the academic year, the Office of First-Year Experience (FYE) has welcomed new students in style and captured highlights of the event. Watch as these students find out what it means to belong to the Winthrop community. Whether you are a student, alumnus or supporter, we all share in the Winthrop experience together. Share this video to help us introduce the Class of 2021 to the world, and let's show our encouragement to these future Eagles!

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