The breadth of our academic offerings are large. We have a vast and robust faculty list that caters to a lot of interests, including an array of concentrations. And then you put that inside of the epicenter of the Public Affairs field, Washington, DC, that gets infused into this equation and makes the professional degree experience really special. Every student adds something unique, and their contributions in the classroom are vast. So we like diverse backgrounds. And when they come to SBA, they're part of the family. Every student matters in a collaborative learning environment and can contribute in special ways. Networking is such a big part, of course of a professional degree, students start meeting each other as they're looking and examining what is special about SBA. And then once they arrive, they forge just fast relationships. These are not only personal relationships, but probably more importantly, professional relationships. They're able to leverage them the professional network at the school and use our dedicated career advisor to continue to grow their career. And honestly, our professional outcomes are exceptional financing a graduate education is always such a critical concern. There are three sources of funding a professional degree, first, FAFSA and federal loans. And yes, most professional degree students have to take advantage of that. Another bucket quite relevant for the DC environment is the student themselves. I call it the "you" bucket. Now, I admit for an internship but just could be an hourly wage. But by their second year of training, it could be a full time job meaning salary and benefits. But the most pressing question from every student is that all powerful merit aid and I'm happy to say that American University in the School of Public Affairs has really dedicated themselves trying to help as many students as possible with partial tuition remission, graduate assistantships, and some donor base scholarships. And so hopefully using those three sources, we can figure out that financing equation and make a "yes" to SBA possible.