Alice Lloyd College: A Tuition Guaranteed Education

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Joe Allen Stepp, President of the college, Allison Southard, the director development, and Dalton McCowan, a premedical student, are my guests today who talk about one of the few colleges in America that will guarantee their students' tuition expenses in a work-study program. They talk about the founders, Alice Lloyd, and June Buchanan who started the school in the early 1900s. The school is in Eastern Kentucky on a small street called "Purpose Road," and the purpose of the college is to see that each student catches a vision of his or her purpose in life which eventually manifests itself in world service.

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