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Parents Advisory Council

What do you think is the most unique aspect of a LeTourneau education?
The quality engineering program with Christian faculty mentors.
 
What is the one piece of advice you would share with new parents?
Try not to be a "helicopter" parent that hovers over your student and their every move and decision.
 
Steve Classen '78
Longview, TX
Zack '08
 
What do you think is the most unique aspect of a LeTourneau education?
The blending of Christian values with practical education.
 
What is the one piece of advice you would share with new parents?
Let them go.  They will be okay at LeTourneau.
 
David & Melanie Hawthorne
Hutchinson, KS
Curtis '07 & Craig '09
 
What do you think is the most unique aspect of a LeTourneau education?
The fact that it is a Christian and engineering university.
 
What is the one piece of advice you would share with new parents?
Don't worry too much about the money.  If the Lord wants your child here He will take care of the money issue and any other details that come up.
 
Jim & Denise Muir
Arlington, TX
Brian '10
 
What do you think is the most unique aspect of a LeTourneau education?
The tight integration of the Christian culture, instruction and support coupled with the committment to educational excellence.
 
What is the one piece of advice you would share with new parents?
Do all that you can to keep your student here!
 
Claudette Kane
Greensburg, PA
Michael '07
 
What do you think is the most unique aspect of a LeTourneau education?
The best thing about a LeTourneau education is the Christ-centered curriculum.  We appreciate the work opportunties that our son has had while attending LETU.
 
What is the one piece of advice you would share with new parents?
Remain flexible. Encourage your student to continue even through struggles, failures, discouragements, and desires to quit.  Press on and finish!
 
Vanessa Palmer '06
Longview, TX
Jordan '10
 
What do you think is the most unique aspect of a LeTourneau education?
LeTourneau is a place where students work out their vocational interests while walking and working out their faith.
 
What is the one piece of advice you would share with new parents?
PRAY!  Send things from home!  PRAY!
 
Louis & Lanette Wilpitz
Arlington, TX
Louis '08
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