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CSU Receives Gift to Create Center for Students Aged Out of Foster Care

The Campus District on February 19, 2017 - 2:10 pm in Features, Learn, Live

“Cleveland State University is creating a center focused on better supporting its students who have exited the foster care system, with the help of a $1 million gift from Barbara and Frank Sullivan. In a news release, the university said the center will be named The Pratt Center – Fostering Success and Leadership, after Charleyse S. Pratt, the university’s assistant vice president for inclusion and multicultural engagement, and director of the Sullivan/Deckard Scholars Opportunity program.”

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