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Meet Sam Squyars
"Even before starting college, GRASP was instrumental in helping me and my family navigate how to pay for college, and as a first-generation college student, this help was especially helpful to meet with a GRASP advisor during my senior year of high school. During my undergrad career at Christopher Newport University, GRASP provided me a scholarship throughout my four years and this was especially helpful when my Dad was diagnosed with cancer. Every bit of support that GRASP provided was instrumental in me finishing my degree. After I graduated from CNU, I decided to pursue a master's degree in student affairs and higher education at Oregon State University. I do not think I would have been able to persist through college if it wasn't for the support of GRASP and the College Success Scholarship, and I would not be about to finish my master's degree if it wasn't for GRASP and their support during my undergrad. I am so thankful for GRASP and the role the organization has played in helping me achieve my educational goals."
Meet Quinton Pace
Quinton recently updated us on his future plans saying he will graduate with a Bachelors in Cellular, Molecular, and Physiological Biology this May and hopes to continue his education at Virginia Commonwealth University, The Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, or Eastern Virginia Medical School for their Biomedical Sciences Program.