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Faculty & Seniors

January 2012

Enrollment Update:


The Spring semester is just beginning with 70 students taking graduate courses.


Diplomas Awarded:


Two teachers completed their MS Ed program and received their diplomas in December. Diplomas are issued in December and May, but all students "walk" in May.  
John MeyerA Word from the Director...
A Tremendous Value


"You get what you pay for" can be good advice, but it's not always true. Better advice is to seek maximum value for minimum cost. Many Lutheran schools are tremendous values. Parents who choose Lutheran schools get more than they pay for because their children receive a quality education together with the Gospel of Jesus at a low cost. The tuition at most Lutheran schools reflects the goal to freely share the Gospel, not turn a profit. Like Lutheran schools, the MLC graduate studies program is a tremendous value. Here's why . . .

Meet the Graduate Student shrum


When you get to know Stacy (Scott) Shrum '02, three words come to mind: energy, enthusiasm, and impact. And it's clear that God uses these qualities to bless her life and ministry. Her energy and enthusiasm for sharing Christ's love positively impacts those around her-her students, school, congregation, and husband. Read about Stacy . . .

Adjuncts Expand MLC Grad Students' World


MLC graduate students learn from experts in their fields. In addition to nine on-campus faculty members, graduate students have access to 17 adjunct faculty members. Adjuncts, WELS members serving MLC's graduate studies part-time, bring their unique perspectives to help our students grow beyond the walls of MLC. Read more . . .

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