Austin, TX, May 10, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- In this day and age, getting a quality college education without sending yourself spiraling into debt is a hard feat to accomplish. According to reports by the College Board, tuition and fees at four-year public schools rose 3.5% this academic year, with private nonprofit colleges right behind at a 2.2% increase. However, as college tuition rates in the U.S. continue to rise, one school released today that they are reducing their tuition rates nearly in half through an Institutional Scholarship offered to all students enrolled in their programs.
Austin Bible Institute, an institution of Christian Higher Education, has taken a stand against the nation-wide trend of spiked rates, school loans, and inevitable debt that hangs over students’ heads for years longer than any diploma on their wall. And not only are their tuition rates reasonable, their field of training is one of a kind. Austin Bible Institute is the first institution in the world to offer college level training in orphan care and missions.
“Everything we do is motivated by our belief that orphans and poor people deserve the highest standards of care possible,” said Dr. Kenneth Acha, Austin Bible Institute’s Founder and Provost. “We believe that one day orphans and vulnerable children will be perceived with the same dignity and value that we perceive our own children; when our perception of orphans changes, our treatment of them will follow.”
Although their multi-disciplinary curriculum remains at the same high standards, teaching the best practices and principles of effective poverty alleviation and disciple making, this school continues to work hard to keep costs affordable and students out of entangling debt. All of their courses are available online, ensuring their specialized education and inexpensive rates are available to students around the world. If you desire to make a difference in the lives of those in need, recognize the importance of being well equipped, and want to avoid any financial obligations holding you back after college then Austin Bible Institute is the school for you.
For more information, visit http://www.austinbibleinstitute.com