Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and his wife, Dr. Rainbow Barris, donated $1 million to their alma mater Clark-Atlanta University, according to a press release from the school. 

The money will be used to fund the Kenya and Rainbow Barris Annual Scholarship Award for students in biology and mass media majors, reflecting the degrees the couple earned in 1996.

Kenya also received an honorary doctorate of humane letters during the school’s commencement ceremony on Monday.

Rainbow is an accomplished anesthesiologist; her husband has created several popular television shows such as Black-ish, Grown-ish and The Game.

“Mr. Barris has lifted his powerful voice in the entertainment industry to explore issues of classism and racism in creative and humorous ways,” CAU president Dr. Ronald A. Johnson said in a statement. “In giving back to their alma mater, he has again used his powerful voice to articulate the importance of supporting this beloved institution that is giving our students the skills and confidence to find and lift their own voices in the field of their choice.”

According to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, the donation is the largest single gift from an alumni since the school’s consolidation in 1988.