Amazing Opportunity - Join us for a wonderful fall foliage trip to Canada and New England. Click here for information about the October 2014 MACU Alumni and Friends Cruise.
Alumni and Friends
Mid-Atlantic Christian University alumni serve with excellence around the globe. We are excited about the impact our graduates make every day in 46 states, 25 countries, and the territory of Puerto Rico. Every alumnus serves, whether in the church or the marketplace. Deep in the DNA of MACU is the understanding that Christian leaders serve! Jesus turned the concept of leadership upside down when he said: "...whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave - just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many" (Matthew 20:26-28).
The formative years in our educational experience at Mid-Atlantic brought us into a family that challenged us to strive for excellence in all things. No doubt, the professors, staff, and students helped shape and mold our lives. President Reagan attended a small faith-based college and as he reflected on the experience he wrote: "If I had to do it over again, I'd go back to Eureka or another small college like it in a second...There may be a lot to be said for those large institutions, but I think too many young people overlook the value of a small college and the tremendous influence that participation in student activities can have during the years from adolescence to adulthood...If I had gone to one of those larger schools, I think I would have fallen back in the crowd and never discovered things about myself that I did back at Eureka. My life would have been different" (An American Life By Ronald Reagan, 1990).
You, as an alumnus of Mid-Atlantic Christian University, are invited to stay connected with your MACU family. Each year we invite you to attend homecoming in March.
This is a great way to stay connected to your alma mater, reconnect with old classmates, renew friendships, and spend time with beloved professors.
How else can you stay connected and support the school we all love?
Visit the campus. Come visit MACU and see and feel the excitement of our students as they study and prepare for a life of service!
Lead a tour of middle and high school students from your church to MACU. Let them hang out with a student, attend classes, worship in our chapel service, attend a sporting event.
Promote Seniors by the Sea by encouraging your friends who are 50 and older to attend. They will have a great time!
Join the Mid-Atlantic Society. Mid-Atlantic Society members donate $3 a day ($1,000 per year) to become sustaining partners of the University.
Establish an endowment in the Mid-Atlantic Foundation that will support MACU for generations to come.
Establish a Legacy gift through a revocable living trust.