A New Normal 3: Values changing in higher education

Ross Rhodes, a hospitality management senior, speaks to a possible client at the College of Business career fair on Feb. 15, representing the Bent Tree Country Club. Rhodes attends 15 hours of classes a week at UNT while working 40-50 hours working in hospitality as a food and beverage manager at the country club in Dallas. He’ll be graduating with just around $10,000 in loans, a minimal amount of debt compared to the national class of 2016 average of $37,172 per student, according to statistics

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