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HogansWayne Hogan and his wife, Patricia Hogan, have pledged $50,000 to the Florida State University College of Law’s FSU Friends Oppor­tunity Schol­arship, which was estab­lished in 2016 to provide schol­ar­ships to students who are from groups histor­i­cally under­rep­re­sented in the legal profession. The gift will directly benefit alumni of the College of Law’s Donald J. Weidner Summer for Under­grad­uates Program, which the Hogans gener­ously support.

More than a catchy acronym, WSUP clears an uphill path to success. An oppor­tunity, that’s what students need to excel and become lawyers making a difference,” said Wayne Hogan.

The FSU Friends Oppor­tunity Schol­arship was created by gifts from FSU College of Law Dean Erin O’Connor and FSU President John Thrasher, a 1972 graduate of the law school, and their spouses. This latest gift from the Hogans brings the total pledged to the schol­arship to nearly $160,000.

Wayne Hogan is a 1972 graduate of the College of Law and president of Terrell Hogan in Jacksonville. In 1999, the Hogans made a gift of $2 million to the law school, part of which was desig­nated to endow the Donald J. Weidner Summer for Under­grad­uates Program. In 2003, they pledged an additional $1 million to the College of Law that allows approx­i­mately 60 students each year to attend the four-week program at the law school for free.