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Institute of International Education Selects 40 Institutions to Receive Study Abroad Grant

Passport 2642172 1920The Institute of International Education (IIE) named Harris-Stowe State University, a historically Black university in Saint Louis, Missouri, as one of 40 recipients for a grant focused on increasing access to study abroad opportunities.

As part of the IIE American Passport Project grant, 25 first-year students are selected from each institution to receive U.S. passports and guidance around available study abroad programs.

Over the next decade, IIE aims to supply 10,000 Pell-eligible students with passports, according to Harris-Stowe.

β€œWe are thrilled to be a recipient of this grant from the Institute of International Education,” said Sabrina Brown, director of retention and international programs at Harris-Stowe. β€œFor many students at Harris-Stowe, cost is a paramount concern and deterrent to studying abroad. This grant will assist students by removing the initial cost barrier of obtaining a passport.”

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