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Holding a newspaper with a Business Management Degree
May 23, 2018 @ 12:00 pm

Where is the real world? For some, it’s found in college. You may know a B.A. can lead to a much higher salary. But when you pursue a Business Management degree, you’ll find the real world long before you’re handed your diploma.

Blog College student summer ministry opportunities
May 22, 2018 @ 4:11 pm

One fulfilling way to spend some of your time in the summer is by getting involved in ministry. Being enrolled in a Christian university makes it very easy to stay involved in ministry opportunities during the school year but if you feel called to serve the Kingdom over the summer, connecting with a ministry can help you do that.

Blog Interdisciplinary Studies Major
May 22, 2018 @ 11:04 am

What is interdisciplinary studies? An interdisciplinary studies major a highly customizable degree. It's almost whatever you want it to be (with a few guidelines of course). Choose 1 to about 3 main fields of study and your years of school will be centered around these main concentrations. Unlike a traditional major, however, you will not have to meet requirements of each of your concentrations in order to earn your degree. So you have the freedom to pick the classes in each concentration that you feel will best equip you for the specific career path you have already chosen. Learn more and download a free course list.

May 18, 2018 @ 12:00 pm

It’s a start-up world. Businesses are born faster than ever. Colleges, too, can be created more easily than before, especially online. Should you believe the claims of every bible college that appears in your Google search? How can you know a college will fulfill its promises? Start by checking its accreditation status. Accreditation offers evidence of a school’s integrity and quality. Accredited bible colleges also offer crucial practical advantages.

Cup of Coffee and stack of books at affordable Christian colleges
May 10, 2018 @ 11:00 am

Is “affordable college” an oxymoron? It might seem like it. Even many state universities now cost $25,000 or more per year, when you include room and board. A quality college education isn’t cheap. It can be affordable, though. It’s within your reach. You can find affordable Christian colleges that offer exceptional, Christ-centered education.

How to transition after college graduation
May 7, 2018 @ 3:32 pm

For the first time since you can remember, you don’t have to go to school. You've graduated from college, and are looking adulthood in the face. Changes are coming. Are you ready? Read these helpful tips on how to transition after college graduation.

School of worship people playing instruments
May 7, 2018 @ 9:23 am

You may know successful worship leaders who haven’t gone to college. But for many people who want to serve in worship leader roles, college-level worship leader education is a valuable step in their training. It offers many benefits, both technical and personal. An education at a school of worship may even impact you in ways you don’t expect: what you learn there can humble you.

Boy and girls talking about best urban colleges
May 5, 2018 @ 9:00 am

In the city, you’re a student of more than just books. At the best urban colleges, you’ll learn through almost every encounter and in almost everything you do. Lists of the best urban colleges include many the most renowned schools in the world, like Columbia, Harvard, and Georgetown. They attract students not only because of their prestige, but because of what their urban environments offer: easy access to thriving business communities, cultural opportunities, and the energy of daily life in the city.

Girl sitting on bed with laptop paying for college
May 4, 2018 @ 2:26 pm

Do you feel overwhelmed by college costs? Time helps to put things in perspective. It provides a framework for making good financial decisions. Here’s how to pay for college: think carefully and strategically about your time.

How to end the semester strong
April 26, 2018 @ 2:03 pm

You’ve worked hard throughout the year to get to where you are. So end with solid final grades, make all your hard work worth it, and ensure that you’ve retained everything you learned this semester. Here are our tips to finish your semester strong.