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August 11, 2014 8:46 AM

Small Kansas colleges have $980 million impact

A new study says small, private colleges might not be well known but they are having a big impact on the state’s economy. The study, commissioned by the Kansas Independent College Association, says the 18 colleges contribute more than $980 million a year to Kansas’ economy.

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