Christian School to Grads: We'll Help Pay Your Loans

Spring Arbor grads must work at least 30 hours per week to qualify
By Mark Russell,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 8, 2013 8:40 AM CST
Christian School to Grads: We'll Help Pay Your Loans
Spring Arbor, a Christian university in central Michigan, is offering all students a for forgiving student loan deal—if you cannot afford to repay your debts, they promise to help.   (Shutterstock)

If you can't afford to repay your student loans, Yale will sue you. But Spring Arbor University, a small private school in central Michigan, has a kinder, gentler approach. If a grad cannot find a job that pays well enough, the Christian university promises to help pay off that debt, so long as the grad is working at least 30 hours a week, reports the AP. The president of Spring Arbor says that in the face of a tough job market, the school is just looking to provide "students and their families with peace of mind." This fall's freshmen will be auto-enrolled in the school's loan repayment assistance program. (Read more Spring Arbor University stories.)

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