Study to explore Grambling State University’s impact on regional economy, quality of life

November 7, 2008 · Print This Article

GRAMBLING - Grambling State University has commissioned a study that, for the first time, will make it possible to document GSU’s impact on the economy and quality of life in the Town of Grambling, Lincoln Parish and the region.
GSU is joining seven other campuses in the University of Louisiana System that have commissioned similar studies. Applied Research Technology Corporation of Baton Rouge will conduct the studies to determine each campus’ economic and quality of life contribution regionally and the system’s impact on the state as a whole. Results are expected by late spring.
GSU President Horace A. Judson said the study will not only show the importance of GSU’s economic impact, but also will how the overall value GSU adds to the community.

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