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Adler University Releases 2020 Annual Report: Break Through

University News | 01.21.21

Adler University’s 2020 Annual Report shows how the University was motivated by the breakthroughs and challenges of 2020 to deliver on our mission: educating our students to create a more just world.

The challenges of 2020 were numerous and enormous. As a global pandemic threatened lives and livelihoods, 2020 brought to light obstacles to social justice. The COVID-19 crisis forced a breakthrough to a greater understanding of the deeply engrained inequities in our society and it helped grow and strengthen a movement for racial justice.

“Working together with determination and resolve, Adler University faculty, staff, and students broke through many of the obstacles of 2020 – to keep our community safe and to continue to advance social justice, both inside and outside of the University,” said Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D. “The results of our hard work are clear: We continued our teaching and learning, met the goals within our strategic plan, and enrolled our largest number of students ever in fall 2020.”

View our 2020 Annual Report.

 

 

 

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