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OUR VIEW: Honors keep coming for TLU

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Posted: Sunday, September 16, 2012 12:00 am

For a century Texas Lutheran has called Seguin home, and from the starts it’s earned praise and awards.

As it celebrates it’s 100th anniversary in the city, some things don’t change.

The university was recognized as one of the best colleges in the Western Region and the best value.

The school placed third in the rankings for best college in the region — behind only Carroll College in Montana and California Maritime Academy and took the top spot in best value.

TLU’s president, Stewart Dorsey, recognizes the combination of quality and cost make the university something special — particularly in a rough economy where the cost of a higher education has continued to climb.

The university and the city have been partners for many years, but the spirit of cooperation that has continued to blossom between the two entities puts both in a position to take advantage of the opportunities the future brings.

We’re looking forward to the next century of awards and greatness at Seguin’s Texas Lutheran University.

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1 comment:

  • grockb posted at 10:35 am on Tue, Oct 2, 2012.

    grockb Posts: 4

    TLU has always had my respect as an important part of our community, until a recent experience trying to get them to maintain the streets on the campus. After getting a ticket from campus security , based on "hazardous" road conditions (tire spun on gravel at 4-way stop ) , repeated calls to maintenance and Presidents office were answered with denial of responsibility. The response was immature and changed my entire opinion of the school. If the administration lacks integrity , what hope have the students and community.