Central Baptist College recognizes that many students and parents have concerns about the amount of student loans required to finance higher education. That is why CBC now offers the Mustang Advantage Loan Repayment Assistance Program to all incoming freshmen and transfers. The Mustang Advantage serves as a safety net to empower students to graduate and help them repay their loans while pursuing their dream job.

The Mustang Advantage program provides substantial assistance to students and parents, helping with up to 100 percent of federal, private, and Parent PLUS loans. Offered through a partnership with the LRAP Association, the Mustang Advantage program will be provided at no cost to students or families and provides financial assistance to

graduates who fall below certain income thresholds after graduation. The assistance will continue until the graduate’s income rises to a certain level or until the loans are completely paid off. Upon enrollment, CBC students will be entered into the Mustang Advantage program, and will receive specifics on the lower and upper income thresholds that determine how much assistance they will receive after graduation. CBC is ranked by the US News and World Report as one of the Best Regional Colleges in the South. "As an institution that takes pride in our graduates’ outcomes, we celebrate this new program as one of the many ways that we are doing our part, to support our students and their successful futures without having to worry about the debt," said CBC President Terry Kimbrow. Come for a visit or attend a Stampede Open House on Thursday, November 12, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and on Friday, February 19, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Representatives will be on hand to talk about the Mustang Advantage and Financial Aid. Contact CBC Admissions to register for these dates at 501-329-6873 or www.cbc.edu/visit.

For more information about CBC, and to see terms and conditions for the Mustang Advantage program, please visit cbc.edu/mustangadvantage.