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Educational Debt of Theological Students: The Gathering Storm

A majority of students now carry educational debt and they are borrowing larger amounts than in the past. As a result, many theological school graduates report that their level of debt is a serious stress factor in their professional and personal lives. Crucial areas affected are career and health care, home purchasing, saving for children’s education and saving for retirement. Some students, schools, denominations and congregations have, in response to the signs of impending trouble, found ways to keep debt under control. Read more about the problems faced by students in debt in an in-depth publication from Auburn’s Center for the Study of Theological Education.

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2019 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Applications

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Wind Farm Noise Reduction Grant from Lilly Foundation

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