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NAACP Summit

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Martin University was represented by student, Brandon Williamson, as part of a student panel at the NAACP Summit held at IVY Tech Community College on Saturday, August 15th. The focus of the panel discussion was recruiting, retaining and graduating students of color, with an emphasis on Black males.  The full-day event began with a presentation by Indiana Superintendent of Schools, Glenda Ritz, addressing standardized test and low graduation rates among Black and Latino males, as well as other minorities.  This information was followed by presentations from CHE Chair Teresa Lubbers and State Senator Greg Porter.

The student panel included two doctoral students and two undergradute students.  In his comments, Brandon stated his reasons for working towards completing a degree and the impact of the Martin faculty-student relationship in helping him stay the course.

 





 

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INHP Can Help You!

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Do you—or someone you know—need to make home accessibility modifications or emergency repair, but lack the funds to get the job done?

INHP can help you make up to $15,000 in necessary repairs so you won’t need to use your credit card or tap into your savings.

INHP offers a home repair loan program that allows homeowners on a tight budget to affordably finance accessibility modifications and/or essential repairs such as roofs, furnaces, plumbing, electrical systems, wheelchair ramps, doorway widening and more.

Program Details:

  • Deferred loan with 0% interest/.25% APR**
  • No monthly payments required for up to 30 years
  • No out-of-pocket expense

INHP also provides project support throughout the construction process ensuring that all work is completed by licensed, bonded and insured contractors and that the work passes inspection. All the payment transactions are handled through INHP too.

To find out if you qualify visit https://www.inhp.org/martin

 

 

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