University students express gratitude to donors, churches, and Manitoba government on tuition freedom dayEvents, News Releases — By CMU on November 24, 2014 10:30 am
Tuition Freedom Day celebrates the generosity of donors, churches, and the Manitoba Government in supporting education at Canadian Mennonite University.
Taking place November 24, 2014 at 11:30 AM in CMU’s Chapel, Tuition Freedom Day marks the end of the fiscal year paid for by student tuition, and the beginning of the year made possible by grants and donations from the Manitoba government, churches, and individual donors.
The day is “a valuable way for students to understand that the amount that they pay is a small portion of what it costs for their education for one year,” says Marilyn Peters Kliewer, Dean of Student Life.
Marla Langelotz, Lead Pastor at Sargent Mennonite Church; Dr. Paul Peters, recipient of a Blazer Distinguished Alumni Award in 2007 and previous CMU board chair will speak to students on behalf of this year’s donors.
A Christian university in the Anabaptist tradition, CMU’s Shaftesbury campus offers undergraduate degrees in arts, business, humanities, music, sciences and social sciences, and graduate degrees in Theology and Ministry. CMU has over 1,600 students, including those enrolled in degree programs at the Shaftesbury Campus and in its Menno Simons College and Outtatown programs.
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