"Wittenberg remains firmly committed to providing an outstanding, comprehensive and affordable educational experience for all our students. We are also keenly aware of the potential impact of the country's economic struggles on our students and their families," said Wittenberg President Mark H. Erickson. "This year's historically low tuition increase allows us to help our students and their families, while ensuring we don't compromise the continued excellence of a Wittenberg education."
In keeping with its commitment to help students and their families, the university also expects to provide in excess of $30 million in financial aid for the upcoming year, the largest amount of assistance in Wittenberg's 164-year history.
"We have been and continue to be a great investment," Erickson said. "Year after year, our graduates succeed on so many levels and serve as leaders in their chosen career fields and communities around the globe."
One of the nation's top-ranked liberal arts colleges, Wittenberg University challenges students to become responsible global citizens, to discover their callings, and to lead personal, professional, and civic lives of creativity, service, compassion, and integrity. For more information on the university, log on to www.wittenberg.edu.
Written By: Karen Gerboth
Photo By: Erin Pence
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