Faith-friendly "great books" colleges: A pure classical liberal arts education with no strings attached
This is a reprinting of an article originally published at: https://www.universitybusiness.com/article/1216-books
Higher education historians often trace the modern growth and democratization of American higher learning to federal student financial aid – providing a system of higher education financing that has opened the doors of college and university campuses to students and families who would otherwise be unable to afford the spiraling costs of college tuition.
This growth in government-sponsored student financial aid has also subsidized the sustainable growth and development of public, private non-profit, and more recently, for-profit institutions of higher learning.
However, over the past several decades, a fundamentally different breed of American institutions of higher learning have chosen a path less taken by making an intentional decision not to accept any form of federal student financial aid. These colleges find a steady stream of prospective students coming out of …
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