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MACU Heritage Building Update

September 24, 2020

This letter is to communicate the current situation of our university. We plan to continue regular updates to keep you informed of this journey. If you haven’t already heard, on September 5, 2020 we suffered a building collapse of Heritage Hall. Most know this is our campus epicenter of classrooms, cafeteria, counseling center, academic offices and technology hub. The incident occurred while renovations to the roof were taking place. While we were immediately devastated by the situation, we praise God continually that it happened on a Saturday instead of a weekday. No one was injured, everyone is thankful to that end. This is what we know right now: Classes have been relocated to COA for this semester so students are transporting everyday. We are grateful but this is not ideal, we will get students back on campus classrooms as soon as possible. We will rebuild! We are waiting for the insurance report to determine if we are rebuilding a section of the building or the whole building. We hope to have this info and decision by the end of September. Our biggest priorities are permanent classrooms and cafeteria. We are not on the brink of destruction....

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Graduation Speeches Class of 2020

August 11, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic caused MACU to not be able to hold a traditional commencement service.  We want to give our three speakers an opportunity to share their words of encouragement and challenge to the Class of 2020 (and the rest of us). Our commencement speaker, Dr. Johnny Pressley, recorded his remarks and they may be watched by following the link HERE. One of our co-valedictorians, Joy Corbett, recorded her remarks and they may be watched by following the link HERE. Grace Minter, our other co-valedictorian chose to write her remarks and they may be viewed by following the link HERE. Well done, Class of 2020.  We were disappointed that we didn't get to celebrate in our traditional manner your achievements.  But we will forever be grateful for the time that we spent together because of the opportunities at MACU.