Growing enrollment isn’t just about getting students here—it’s also about keeping them. How does a small college of modest means in rural Kansas do that? One way is through initiatives aimed at first-year students. Another is with the help of staff and faculty who volunteer their time to help freshmen feel that “somebody knows you’re here.”
Across a border of security checks and locked doors, students enter a new culture for lessons on “visiting those in prison.”
Students in Bobby Lloyd's class practice servanthood in the model of Jesus, and make an impact.