Faulkner University To Freeze Tuition for Traditional Students
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – In light of the current economic stresses facing today’s families, Faulkner University leadership has decided to implement a tuition freeze.
Faulkner University President Mitch Henry made the announcement in December that the university will not be raising tuition costs for traditional students enrolling this fall 2023.
President Announcement Video
“As today’s families struggle financially, we want to ease their burden and provide some relief as they look to enroll their graduating seniors into higher education. We hope you consider Faulkner University,” Henry said. “We understand the importance of a higher Christian education for your sons and daughters, so while many institutions and businesses raise prices and raise rates, we will implement a freeze on our traditional tuition.”
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and become a part of the exciting changes on campus. Faulkner University is committed to training students in vocational ministry regardless of their choice of study. We understand how important it is to train young men and women to minister to others, serve their communities and become leaders wherever they go after graduation.
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