Nov. 12, 2013
University of Virginia students are launching an online campaign, asking donors to express their disappointment with UVa.
The campaign, called "Not Another Penny," is in response to the Board of Visitors' decision to cut funding from the university's financial aid program, AccessUVa.
Students with the group argue that financial aid for poor students should be a budget priority for the University of Virginia.
The group has sent out over 8,000 letters to high-level administrators at UVa, as well as asking donors to refuse to give any more money until the board agrees to not cut funding.
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