M&T Bank Donates Scholarship to Cheyney University's Men's Basketball Program
March 15, 2013
Hollie A. McDonald, Assistant Vice President of M&T Bank – Concordville, PA office (center) , presented a check to head coach Dominique Stephens and Cheyney University freshmen basketball player Brandon Norfleet, who is also the recipient of the award.
As March Madness is once again calling together all college basketball fans, Cheyney University extends its appreciation to M&T Bank for its corporate sponsorship of the Men’s Basketball program. During the season, Hollie A. McDonald, Assistant Vice President of M&T Bank – Concordville, PA office, presented a check to head coach Dominique Stephens and Cheyney University freshmen basketball player Brandon Norfleet, who is also the recipient of the award.
Cheyney University’s Vice President for University Advancement & External Relations, Nancy L. Jones stated, “The consistent giving each year by M&T Bank continues to enable our student athletes to secure financial assistance and graduate from the University. We thank M&T Bank for hosting M&T Day when the team played East Stroudsburg University.”
Brandon Norfleet, a native of Virginia Beach, Virginia, was recognized three times during the 2012-2013 Cheyney University basketball season as the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Freshman of the Week. The Cheyney University Men’s Basketball team finished its season winning its last 5 games against PSAC rivals Millersville, Mansfield, Kutztown, Shippensburg and West Chester Universities.
Chosen by MONEY® Magazine as one of the ten “Best Banks in America” for 2012, M&T Bank has been committed to customers and community for more than 150 years. Founded in 1856, M&T Bank Corporation (www.mtb.com) is one of the 20 largest U.S. commercial bank holding companies, with more than 725 branch offices and 2,000 ATMs in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Founded in 1837, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania is known as America’s oldest historically black institution of higher education and includes solid undergraduate programs in Biology and Chemistry; the Keystone Honors Academy; the Call Me MISTER teaching program and the accredited Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management program. Cheyney University offers baccalaureate and graduate degree programs at two locations, Cheyney and Philadelphia, PA – Center City. In keeping with the University’s vision to prepare more students in Science, Technology and Math, a new $22 million science center is now under construction. In August 2012, the new $40 million 400-bed residence hall opened. For more information, please visit the website at http://www.cheyney.edu.