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Business and Economics

A Christian College Education—What it Costs and Costs and Costs

When: June 9, 2021, 1:00 pm - Wednesday

Where: Ezell 205

Session 1

Session Abstract

This panel will consist of a presentation of research data, responses from panel members and open discussion on the subject of student loan debt and what Christian Colleges can and should do about it.  Loan debt has a significant impact on students and the life choices they make after graduation. It also is a major strategic challenge for Christian colleges and universities.

Speakers

Clyde D. Neff, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Lamar Reinsch, Lubbock Christian University, Panelist
  • Clyde D. Neff, Lubbock Christian University, Panelist
  • Tiffany Summers, Lipscomb University, Panelist

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