TikTok Star Alix Earle’s Scholarship at Alma Mater to Support Future Business Leaders

The University of Miami graduate shared the inspiring news on Thursday.
Alix Earle

Alix Earle.

After graduating from the University of Miami in May, TikTok influencer Alix Earle is already giving back to her alma mater. The Miami Herbert Business school has announced the Alix Earle Scholarship, which will benefit junior and senior undergraduate students at the university who are pursuing a business degree.

“It is such an honor to announce that I’m leaving the University of Miami Herbert Business School with a scholarship in my name,” Earle wrote in an Instagram announcement on Thursday. She later added, “Through this scholarship it is my goal to empower another student to live out their dreams and reach their full potential.”

Earlier this spring, Earle signed with United Talent Agency for all-around representation after her relatable TikTok content continued to go viral.

“The support of my family, friends, professors, and especially my audience, has helped shape me into who I am as I pursue my goals,” she noted in her June 29 IG post.

Earle’s 2.8 million followers on the platform quickly flooded the comments section with praise.

“Thank you on behalf of the ’Canes family, Alix!” the official University of Miami IG account wrote. “We are incredibly grateful and proud of you. 🙌 #GoCanes.”

“Amazing,” added LSU gymnast and 2023 SI Swimsuit model Olivia Dunne.

“This is HUGE alex!!” Rachael Kirkconnell applauded. “congrats babe.”

“she is smart, she is beautiful, she is a queen, and she is HER !!! ❤️,” Xandra Pohl declared. “I love u so much queen keep changing the world.”

To learn more about the Alix Earle scholarship, including details on the application process, click here.

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