Wiley's Miss UNCF candidates want to help students afford college - Help them make a Difference! Support Wiley's UNCF Campaign!
General - Thu, Nov. 12, 2015
Miss UNCF Candidates Cecilia Salas and Taylor Renea Cooper
You can be the difference in a student's life! Support the Wiley UNCF Campaign and we'll receive $3 for every
$1 you contribute!
Wiley College is transforming the lives of students who otherwise would not have an opportunity to secure
the promise of higher education. Since 1999, Wiley College has captured the Miss National UNCF Crown
twelve(12) times! You can help make it thirteen(13), with your donation today!
Your support of one of our candidates, Taylor or Cecilia, will not only help us reach our annual UNCF goal of
$100,000, but will provide one of our candidates an opportunity to compete for the title of Miss National UNCF
in February 2016, and increase our possibilites of capturing the Miss National UNCF Crown again!!
We Need Your Support!
Donate Today - Online or by Mail!
SUPPORT THE WILEY UNCF CAMPAIGN
AND WE'LL RECEIVE $3 FOR EVERY
$1 YOU CONTRIBUTE!
Taylor Renea Cooper is a sophomore from Marshall,Texas, majoring in Sociology. She is a member of the A Cappella Choir of Wiley College, an Emerging Leader, and Sophomore Class Vice President. Taylor is a third generation Wileyite as the daughter of Angela Fitzpatrick and the granddaughter of the late Barbara Anderson Marshall. Taylor says, " I am the change I want to see in my school. I am a firm believer in God, and with your support, I will be closer to achieving my dream of raising funds for my college."
Cecilia Salas is a junior from
Chihuahua, Mexico, majoring in Business Administration. She is a member of the Women's Soccer Team and Vice President of the International Club at Wiley. Cecilia is the first international student to compete for Miss UNCF for Wiley College and says, "As an international student, I understand the significance of education and value how great the opportunity is that many historically black colleges and universities(HBCUs) such as Wiley provide to us through scholarships."