Powerball winner gives $10 million to Morris College

The Columbia pastor won nearly $260 million in the Powerball lottery this summer.

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SUMTER, S.C. A Powerball lottery winner from South Carolina has given $10 million to a college where he once studied

Multiple media outlets reported Thursday that the Rev. Solomon Jackson Jr. gave the money to Morris College, where he studied theology in the 1970s.

The college in Sumter will use the gift to build a new administration building, dormitory and maintenance facilities. The school also will establish a scholarship fund in Jackson's name.

The Columbia pastor won $260 million in the Powerball lottery this summer.