University of Richmond Partners with Richmond Public Schools on No Loan system

University of Richmond Partners with Richmond Public Schools on No Loan system

COLLEGE OF RICHMOND ─ The University of Richmond is dedicated to Richmond that is supporting Public pupils going to UR. To ensure takes place, the University has established it will probably meet with the complete demonstrated monetary dependence on all RPS graduates who qualify to wait with grant help — perhaps maybe perhaps perhaps not with loans — up to the total price of attendance at UR.

“We realize that the very thought of taking out fully loans may produce anxiety for families, especially among very first generation pupils,” said University of Richmond President Ronald A. Crutcher. “The University of Richmond together with City of Richmond like to retain our most useful pupils in your community, and also the No Loan Program will further that effort.”

“The No Loan system gives our students the remarkable chance to graduate with a diploma from the world-class organization without accepting any debt,” said RPS Superintendent Jason Kamras. “We are extremely grateful to President Crutcher, together with whole University of Richmond group, with this commitment that is generous our pupils.”

“The University of Richmond was a partner that is wonderful RPS over time,” stated class Board Chairwoman Linda Owen. “I am delighted to look at collaboration continue in this manner and I also can’t wait to start to see the next generation of RPS pupils whom become Richmond Spiders.”

The University of Richmond and Richmond Public Schools already partner on a true amount of programs

UR provides RPS admission that is specific educational funding workshops. UR Bonner Scholars and pupils through the Jepson class of Leadership Studies’ “Justice and Civil Society” class volunteer with RVA Future Centers.