Brookline College’s “More than One Future (SM)” Program to Encourage “More Education, Less Debt (SM)”

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Brookline College the First to Offer Students a Second Degree Or Diploma Tuition-Free

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By offering our students a second degree or diploma at no additional tuition cost, Brookline College is giving students more options to shape their future and more opportunities for success with additional education without the burden of additional debt."

Brookline College, a multi-campus, higher education organization headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., is the first college to offer its students a new program, called “More than One Future (SM)”, that allows students to improve their future by offering them the opportunity to return to school and take a second degree or diploma program tuition-free. Students receive more education with less debt.

Student debt is the topic of a report issued by the senate Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee. (http://www.help.senate.gov/hearings/hearing/?id=cdd6e130-5056-9502-5dd2-e4d005721cb2).

“We recognize that there are problems with student debt in this country, and at Brookline College, we are making a contribution toward solving this issue by giving students more education and less debt with our new ’More than One Future’ program,” said Ed Beauchamp, President of Brookline College. “By offering our students a second degree or diploma at no additional tuition cost, we are giving students more options to shape their future and more opportunities for success with additional education without the burden of additional debt.”

“We designed this new “More Than One FutureSM” program, which is the first of its kind, to help our current and future students. Offering students a second program free literally means more education and less debt for potentially thousands of our students,” continued Beauchamp.

“It is no secret that times are tough. The economy is moving slowly, unemployment is higher than anybody would like, and finding well-paying jobs remains a challenge,” continued Beauchamp. “At Brookline College, we recognize that the way we’ve always helped students in the past may not be enough to help them in the future.”

There are some important conditions to maintain eligibility for the second, tuition-free program. The criteria for eligibility can be obtained at any of Brookline College’s campuses.

“We believe this program is an investment in our students’ success,” continued Beauchamp. “We anticipate that employers with tuition-reimbursement programs will find that giving students an additional program with no additional tuition cost is a great value for their company’s investment in their employees.”

For more information on Brookline College’s “More than One FutureSM” program and courses offered by Brookline College, please visit http://www.brooklinecollege.edu or call (602) 644-7000.

About Brookline College
Brookline College is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, and has five campus locations: Phoenix, Tempe and Tucson, Arizona, Albuquerque, New Mexico and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The college has served students for 31 years. Brookline College is approved to offer master’s, bachelor’s and associate’s degrees as well as diplomas in a variety of health care, business and legal programs; however, not every program is offered at every academic level at every campus location.

The Oklahoma City campus offers diploma programs only. Prospective students are encouraged to contact the campus they wish to attend to discuss program options.
The Arizona and New Mexico campuses of Brookline College are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). Brookline College’s Oklahoma City campus is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE), 7840 Roswell Road, Bldg 300, Suite 325 Atlanta, GA 30350; 800-917-2081. For more information about Brookline College programs and locations, please call (866) 713-4783.

For more information about Brookline College’s graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important consumer information, please visit the “Reporting and Disclosure” tab at http://www.brooklinecollege.edu.

Contact:
Julie Igo, Moxie Group Public Relations
(602) 549-0008 or Julie(at)moxieprgroup(dot)com

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