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March 30, 2020
COVID-19 Update from Mid-Atlantic Christian University March 30, 2020 Mid-Atlantic Christian University’s leadership team has met to discuss the implications of federal and state government orders and recommendations in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic that is affecting the United States and the world. The most urgent impact of these governmental actions affects how the university will bring the 2019-2020 school year to a close. The following actions are being taken: 1) On-campus instruction that was moved to an online modality on March 18 will continue for the remainder of the semester, including final exams. No courses will resume on campus for the spring 2020 semester. 2) The commencement service scheduled for Saturday, May 9 at 10:00 a.m. has been rescheduled for Saturday, August 8 at 10:00 a.m. Students intending to participate in the service will be notified by the registrar’s office with specific details. The Graduate Supper that was scheduled for Friday, May 8 has been cancelled. Instead, a reception will be held after the commencement service on August 8 for graduates and their guests. 3) Students who lived in residence halls for the spring semester will need to reserve a day and time...
March 30, 2020
Mid-Atlantic Christian University 2018-19 Annual Report
March 09, 2020
Messenger Fall 2020 Vol 72 No 2
March 04, 2020
Dr. Kevin Larsen, Vice President for Academic Affairs, announced the promotion of two full-time faculty members on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. Abigail Mirau has been promoted from assistant professor to Associate Professor of English Composition. Ms. Mirau began teaching at the university in the fall of 2015. She is a graduate of Crossroads College in Minnesota (B.S. in General Ministry and Biblical and Theological Studies) and a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University (M.A. in English and Creative Writing). She has reinvigorated the sequence of courses in composition and literature that all students must complete as part of a degree program at MACU. Associate Professor Mirau challenges her students by helping them appreciate the importance of good writing, not only for future employment demands, but more importantly, for the student as a disciple of Jesus who is called to excellence. Ms. Mirau has a strong presence in students’ lives not only in the classroom, but also outside of it. If she is not attending a student social activity or cheering her students on at a sports event, she might be home making cookies or brownies...