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Beulah Heights University Funding to Assist with Student Account Balances
Staff and Faculty,
Beulah Heights University, the oldest Christian-based university in Atlanta just announced it will be assisting students with outstanding balances. Federal funding from President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan Higher Education Emergency Relief (HEERF) has allowed for a helping hand in reducing student debt.
“As we continue to navigate through unprecedented times, we all have been taught a valuable lesson of resiliency and perseverance. Here at BHU we have adopted the slogan, ‘Together We Stand’, and we will continue to support our students by echoing our vision to be a resource center,” said President Karanja. “No student should have to worry about their tuition caused by the pandemic.”
With this federal backing, it has allowed for students to re-enroll for the upcoming Fall semester. This program will benefit students who have actively attended the institution who were enrolled between Spring 2020 through Summer 2021.
For more information contact the Business Office at 404.627.2681 ext. 155 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Benson M. Karanja, Ed.D., H.S.C.