Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust endows scholarship program at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration
More than 60 percent of students at Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration currently receive some form of financial aid. Under the prospect of continuing economic uncertainty, school officials expect that the demand for aid will only grow.
“Our school must continue to attract new funding for scholarships,” Dean Johnson commented. “That is the only way we can honor Cornell’s historical commitment to need-blind admissions, secure the future of our students, and redirect resources to advance the school’s many other initiatives.”
Johnson also expressed gratitude to Takis Anoussis, general manager of the Helmsley Park Lane in New York City. A 1967 graduate of the Cornell School of Hotel Administration, Anoussis championed this generous commitment to Cornell and to future leaders of the hospitality industry.
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