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Faith University College announces 3,000 scholarships

By Kruah Thompson

The president and founder of Faith University College in Diggsville, lower Magibi County, Rev. Tarley W. Garley, announces 3,000 scholarships to boost the educational system in Liberia after the official launch of the M.K.S Faith University College.

Speaking with the New Dawn on Sunday, February 19, 2021, Rev. Garley said, the mission of the college is not to yield maximum profits but to meet the need of Liberians that are yearning for education.

He calls on interested youth to take advantage of the opportunity by visiting campuses of the college to fill in forms to become eligible for enrollment. 

While graduating 60 students from the college technical institute, Rev. Garley says with a Total Meant Concepts curriculum, the college is extraordinary in terms of providing education and mentorship for students. 

He says the college is prepared to offer technical, medical and business courses, among others.

He says the initiative is void of politics, adding that the vision is to become a world-class University that is Christ-centered, purpose-driven and committed to raising a new generation of leaders to reflect a distinctive worldview in all fields of human endeavors.

“Our mission is to develop knowledge and restore the dignity of the human race, human development and concept-driven Curriculum with total man employing innovative, leading-edge, teaching methods, learning research and professional service that promote integration”, Rev. Garley explains. Editing by Jonathan Browne 

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