Sheldon Jackson board reaffirms goal to retire the college's debt

The Board of Trustees of Sheldon Jackson College reaffirmed their goals this week of satisfying the College’s 13 million dollar debt, and maintaining the core campus as a training, education and Alaska Native cultural center. The trustees now say they will look to the state to help move the core campus into another phase, while still holding true to Sheldon Jackson’s mission and legacy.

Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock, KCAW – Sitka

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