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Make a Difference: Refer a Friend

by South University
April 1, 2013

At South University, our faculty and staff believe that there is nothing more rewarding than helping others. It is the philosophy by which we live. We work every day to help our students achieve their goals, and student success is our number one priority. With the Student Hero Contest coming to a close, we hope that as you met and interacted with your classmates in Connections, you discovered that they too believe in the importance of helping others.

During the contest, we noticed that a number of our students nominated their friends or family members as student heroes. Many of you have a wide circle of people who have influenced your lives and your education by believing in you and supporting you as you pursued your goals.

Refer a Friend

Now, we’re giving you an opportunity to give back to these same people who have helped to shape your lives. 

We believe that education can be life-changing, and you can make a difference in the lives of your friends and family members today by introducing them to the degree programs at South University.

To refer a friend and help them get started on a journey of career advancement and personal growth, please visit community/south_university_campus_common/202/_Form_Student_Referral. You’ll be prompted to log in to the Campus Common. After entering your user name and password, you’ll be able to submit the information of the friend or family member you think could benefit from learning about South University.

Don’t wait; transform a life today!

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