EVENT: Woke and Broke

Administrative Growth and Student Debt

National Association of Scholars

Woke and Broke: Administrative Bloat and Student Debt

Thursday, March 4th

Doors Open at 2 pm ET, Event begins at 2:30 pm ET

Sheraton Suites Cyprus Creek
 555 NW 62nd St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

Also Available on Zoom

In the last 40 years, college costs have more than doubled. Students pay exorbitant amounts of money to attend college, even going into crushing debt. Meanwhile, universities increase their administrative overhead and other non-instructional costs.

Join the National Association of Scholars for the launch of our new report, Priced Out: What College Costs America, on March 4th at 2 pm ET. Neetu Arnold, the report's author, takes a detailed look into 50 universities and their spending habits and provides perspectives from students, parents, and college administrators. The report includes recommendations to cut costs, empower better choices, and increase information transparency. As universities are left at a crossroads following the coronavirus pandemic, they can no longer ignore their profligate spending habits nor the American people.

The event will be held both in-person and online via Zoom.


In-Person Attendance

Sheraton Suites Cypress Creek, 555 NW 62nd St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

Lodging and parking are available onsite.

COVID Policy: Attendance is strictly limited on a first-come-first-serve basis. All attendees must have pre-registered on Eventbrite for admittance. All attendees must wear face masks while in the venue and practice physical distancing (stay 6 ft from other attendees when possible). This will be a near contactless event. There will be masks at the venue and hand sanitizer. We encourage you to only attend if you are comfortable complying with CDC guidelines. 


Online Attendance

Please register for an Online ticket to receive the Zoom link to join. All online Q&A must be submitted via the Q&A form located at the bottom of your screen.

The live-stream will begin promptly at 2:30 pm ET. 


Speakers:

Neetu Arnold
Research Associate, National Association of Scholars;
Author, Priced Out: What College Costs America

Adam Kissel
Senior Fellow, Cardinal Institute for WV Policy;
Visiting Scholar, Texas Public Policy Foundation
 

Allen Mendenhall
Associate Dean, Grady Rosier Professor,
Troy University Sorrell College of Business

Jenna Robinson
President,
James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal

Peter W. Wood
President, National Association of Scholars;
Author, 1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project

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