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Annual Spring Dinner Highlights Student Scholars as Beneficiaries

On June 6th, John B. Wilson was the recipient of the heartfelt accolades earned by spending a lifetime making a difference for New Jersey's independent colleges and their students.  The Annual Spring Dinner program showcased the talent, commitment and enthusiasm  of the students who have made the efforts worthwhile.
Honoree tributes for J.B. Wilson included the reading of a poem authored by Kearney Dietz, President, Arkansas' Independent Colleges & Universities; Dr. Hope Wiliiams, President, North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities, presentation of a proclamation declaring Mr. Wilson an honorary southern gentleman, and comments by Richard A. Levao, Esq., President, Bloomfield College and Dr. Eugene Cornacchia, President, Saint Peter's University.

J. B. Wilson's 28 year tenure at ICFNJ/AICUNJ caps a 48 year career devoted to advancing higher education.  He has been a determined advocate communicating the value of the sector and tirelessly promoted federal and state support to help fund the independent colleges and their students.  Helping to raise and distribute more than $46 million, he has supported student success through access and affordability as the foundation for student persistence, academic achievement and degree attainment.  Thank you, Mr. Wilson.

ICFNJ gratefully acknowledges the support of the Annual Spring Dinner Sponsors.

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TAG and EOF -- Grateful Graduates


The Tuition Aid Grant (TAG) and Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) programs not only enabled thousands of New Jersey students to attend college, but made it possible for them to graduate as well. Those graduates, who are using their degrees to build new lives and new careers, say "thank you" to everyone who makes TAG and EOF possible.