WKU President Ransdell discusses higher ed funding, construction costs, tuition hikes & the role of athletics



Most students who come to a major four-year public institution with a broad range of academic programs do more than just get that credential. They grow, they learn how to reason, they learn independence, and they experience an international phenomenon during their undergraduate years–which we’re really pressing at WKU. They understand a global context, and they really bring value to their future employers, their family, themselves, to our society in ways that go way beyond just the raw credential of a given skill-set.

(Source: WKU President Discusses Higher Ed Funding, University Construction Costs, Tuition HikesWeb Extra: WKU President Ransdell on Role of Athletics at University, Kevin Willis, WKU Public Radio, Jan 15, 2013)

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