FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - The Rescue Mission and Indiana Wesleyan National and Global announced an educational partnership that would bring college to the streets.
Rescue Mission residents and staff will be able to attend class at a discounted tuition rate.
This comes as the mission prepares to break ground on their new facility April 9th, which will include a space for classes inside.
Matt Lucas, the chancellor of IWU, said allowing people to live and go to school in the same place will be an added bonus.
The university is also working on a program to help those residents who may not have their GED yet.
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- New Rescue Mission breaks ground
- Rescue Mission feeds over 3,000 for Thanksgiving
- Rescue Mission feeds the homeless for Christmas
- Rescue Mission serves 2,000 people for Easter
- More than $16,000 donated to Rescue Mission
- Rescue Mission receives grant from AEP Foundation
- Rescue Mission prepping for Thanksgiving meal, holidays
- Rescue Mission ready for Thanksgiving meal