Spalding College, Simmons School kind partnership to broaden sources for college students
By Grace Hayba
Two Louisville universities are teaming as much as present higher sources to their college students and workers.
The 2 faculties have advocated for higher applications for one another for years, and on Thursday morning, the presidents of each universities put pen to paper to make that relationship official.
Sitting side-by-side Thursday morning, Spalding College President Tori Murden McClure and Simmons School of Kentucky President Rev. Dr. Kevin Cosby, signed a memorandum, geared toward enhancing the lives of school and workers at each faculties.
There are three main parts of the partnership between the Golden Eagles and the Falcons.
The primary is scholar life and engagement; the second is tutorial and instructor education schemes; and the third is campus and monetary affairs.
The presidents say having the written settlement permits the colleges to higher help each other transferring ahead to get the sources they each want.
“Now collectively our two establishments are seeing what’s potential and it’s going to make a terrific impression on our metropolis, state and our nation, particularly since we’re neighbors and we’re dedicated to the city core,” Cosby stated.
It’s nonetheless unclear precisely what these applications will appear to be and when they are going to be supplied.