A Florida State University law student who helped stop a gunman who killed two people at a Tallahassee yoga studio earlier this month is receiving $30,000 to help cover his educational costs.

The university’s president and board of trustees on Friday committed their own personal funds to second-year Joshua Quick for his bravery. Quick was in attendance at the board meeting and spoke briefly, according to the Tallahassee Democrat.

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