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Great things ahead for Doane College reports Jacque Carter

August 25, 2013 National Comments
Doane College, Crete NE

Great things lie ahead for Doane College, said Doane College President Jacque Carter on Tuesday, August 20 in an address to the Grand Island Rotary Club, Grand Island, Neb.

Currently Doane College has just over 2600 students. The Nebraska Crete Campus has 1,000, the campuses of Lincoln and Grand Island have 768 combined, and 886 graduate students add to the overall mix. Carter’s vision is to build enrollment on the main Crete Campus to 2,000.

Jacque Carter President of Doane College

President of Doane College Jacque Carter

But the goal of 2,000 students on the Crete Campus is not attainable if they rely solely on students from Nebraska, Carter told the Rotary crowd. Doane College will need to recruit international students to Crete, including students from countries such as China.

“If college students are to be successful in today’s world, they need an international perspective,” he said.

Read the entire story by Harold Reutter:
Doane College president speaks to Rotary Club.

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