Of course, some students have no choice, and have to put the program on hold because they lost their job and have no income. Yet, on the other hand there were many students who responded by saying, “Hey, let me pay. I want to support the school. I’ve got the money. I can pay for scholarships for three other kids whose parents can’t afford it.” In many instances, 70 to 80% or more of students still continued to pay tuition because they were given a good reason to. Another very important element in times of crisis is to keep the emotional connection strong with your student body. When someone is
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