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  • Todd, Candace
    While water, food, shelter, and recovery are of the highest priority, there are other needs that Americans everywhere are beginning to see and try to answer.
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 4, 2005

      While water, food, shelter, and recovery are of the highest priority, there are other needs that Americans everywhere are beginning to see and try to answer.  One of these is an effort on the part of colleges to offer alternatives to displaced college students until they can return to their academic homes or make other plans.

       

      Lynchburg College is one of many academic institutions that is seeking to offer this help by providing free tuition to “visiting” students who wish to continue their studies without loss of time.

       

      For information about L.C. go to http://www.lynchburg.edu/news/news.htm?id=320

      For info on other institutions offering support go to SACS.org announcement: http://www.sacscoc.org/hurricane%20Katrina1.asp

       

      Candace E. Todd, Ph.D.

      Assistant Professor of Communication Studies

      LYNCHBURG COLLEGE

      1501 Lakeside Drive

      Lynchburg, VA  24501

      434/544-8818

       

    • Yi-Fan Chen
      Rutgers is the other school. Please see: http://ur.rutgers.edu/medrel/viewArticle.html?ArticleID=4683 Before Sept 15. Yi-Fan Chen
      Message 2 of 2 , Sep 4, 2005
        Rutgers is the other school. Please see:

        http://ur.rutgers.edu/medrel/viewArticle.html?ArticleID=4683

        Before Sept 15.



        Yi-Fan Chen




        > While water, food, shelter, and recovery are of the highest priority,
        > there are other needs that Americans everywhere are beginning to see and
        > try to answer. One of these is an effort on the part of colleges to
        > offer alternatives to displaced college students until they can return
        > to their academic homes or make other plans.
        >
        >
        >
        > Lynchburg College is one of many academic institutions that is seeking
        > to offer this help by providing free tuition to "visiting" students who
        > wish to continue their studies without loss of time.
        >
        >
        >
        > For information about L.C. go to
        > http://www.lynchburg.edu/news/news.htm?id=320
        >
        > For info on other institutions offering support go to SACS.org
        > announcement: http://www.sacscoc.org/hurricane%20Katrina1.asp
        >
        >
        >
        > Candace E. Todd, Ph.D.
        >
        > Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
        >
        > LYNCHBURG COLLEGE
        >
        > 1501 Lakeside Drive
        >
        > Lynchburg, VA 24501
        >
        > 434/544-8818
        >
        >
        >
        >
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