November 17, 2017

Chris Lydon, vice president, enrollment and marketing, and Jerry Santiago, junior, philosophy major from San Juan, were interviewed for an ABC7 story on the University’s program to allow 40 students from Puerto Rican schools to attend Catholic University this spring. The Brookland Bridge also mentioned the program.

... "An opportunity for students to come to Catholic University for a semester. They will have the opportunity to take a full load of classes tuition-free," Chris Lydon, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing at Catholic said. The offer is worth more than $22,000 dollars per person and will benefit 40 students from Puerto Rico who are currently enrolled in degree programs at a college or university on the island. Applying for free tuition in the spring semester is a simple as filling out a form on Catholic University's website. ...

 

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