December 23, 2016
The Dean’s List is comprised of full-time students (12 or more credit hours) whose semester GPA is 3.500 or above. Students achieving a 4.000 are indicated with an asterisk (*). Allain, Fiona Stammers Anders, Kelly Ann Anderson, Alyssa Shay Bird, Tara Dawn Brothers, Cheyenne Bryan, Amy L. Bueno, Sarah Lunceford Byrd, Katherine K. Carter, Sandra Horne Carter, Taylor Kristyn Cooper, Jackson Laine Cooper, Matthew Todd* Corbett, Joy* Davis, Whitley Rosa-Leigh Ellis, James Lawrence* Greene, Emily Caroline* Hilts, Jacqueline Alexis Howlett, Gabrielle Kelley, Ryan Kilian III, Thomas Leazer, Courtney A. Litowski, Sarah Grace* Lowery, Jameson Grey Maclin, Leah Nicole Maclin, Rita Agnes Martin, Kendall Brooke McGraw, LeeAnn Claire Minter, Grace Gibson* Morgret, Abigail C. Mundinger, Jessica Lynne Neal, Ashlyn Raye O'Connor, Caitlin Elizabeth O'Connor, Emily Nicole Oliver, Natalie I. Phillips, Joshua Paul Putze, James R. Reynolds, Olivia Caroline Maxey Rimarski, Jordan Cannon Stanley, Alexander L. Teetor, Breanna Lacy White, Brealle Kay-Ann Wiley, Pamela L. Wilgus, Olivia Catherine 5 additional students achieved Dean’s List but requested non-disclosure.
December 07, 2016
Elizabeth City, NC – December 5, 2016. The Board of Trustees of The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has approved MACU to offer master’s degrees. On August 23 the Board of Trustees at Mid-Atlantic Christian University voted unanimously to establish and offer a Graduate Certificate in Church Planting. Following this meeting, Dr. Kevin Larsen, Vice President for Academic Affairs, prepared documentation for SACSCOC requesting a change from being a baccalaureate degree granting institution to being able to offer master’s degrees. This change in level of instruction and the offering of the graduate certificate program was approved at the SACSCOC Annual Meeting held this week in Atlanta, GA. Mid-Atlantic Christian University was established in 1948 as Roanoke Bible College. The founding president, George W. BonDurant, arrived in Elizabeth City as an evangelist for the Roanoke District of the Churches of Christ. At that time there was a severe shortage of ministers to serve congregations. Most churches did not have full-time vocational ministers. The shortage of educated and ordained ministers meant that many churches had preaching only once or twice a month. President BonDurant was instrumental in helping overcome this severe shortage of preachers when...
October 17, 2016
Mid-Atlantic Christian University has received approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to offer a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology (pre professional) and Biblical Studies and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Science Education (teacher licensure). SACSCOC assures the educational quality and effectiveness of its member institutions in fulfilling their mission. The university trustees approved the new degree programs as part of a capital campaign called MACU Forward which aligns with the strategic plan for the university called “Vision 2020.” This strategic plan that guides the future of the university states that “the Department of Academic Affairs will provide 10 ministerial degrees to directly serve the churches and 20 marketplace degrees in different disciplines to directly influence the culture for Christ.” Students who graduate with the biology degree will also complete a major in biblical studies. Dr. Ken Greene, Vice President of Student Services says that “the development of the biology degree program was in response to the number of prospective students desiring an academic option that could lead to advanced degrees in medical, veterinary, dentistry, and research based careers. These students desired training from a Christian values based perspective that opened the...
September 24, 2016
Wednesday, October 5, 12:15–1 p.m. Professor Robert Smith, Professor of Bible and History at Mid-Atlantic Christian University, will speak at the Museum of the Albemarle (located in Elizabeth City) on discoveries from the Byzantine Empire and the Umayyad Dynasty that have been exposed at the Abila of the Decapolis Excavation, where he is associate director, in northern Jordan. The Museum of the Albemarle encourages attendees to bring a sack lunch and they will provide drinks. The museum is located in Elizabeth City at 501 S. Water Street. More information about the event and the museum may be found at http://museumofthealbemarle.com.
September 23, 2016
Elizabeth City, NC – September 23, 2016 Alpha Mu Alpha, the local chapter at Mid-Atlantic Christian University of the national honor society Theta Alpha Kappa, will induct new members on September 27, 2016. Theta Alpha Kappa is the only national honor society dedicated to recognizing academic excellence in baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate students and in scholars in the fields of Religious Studies and Theology. Induction requires nomination by a local chapter. To be eligible students must have completed at least 12 hours in Religious Studies and/or Theology with a minimum 3.5 GPA and a 3.0 GPA overall and be in the top 35% of their class ranking. The inductees are: Fiona Stammers Allain, Baldwin, NY Leslie Paige Brown, Woodstock, GA Matthew Todd Cooper, Indian Trail, NC David William Dirks, Winterville, NC Grace Gibson Minter, Morehead City, NC Caitlin Elizabeth O'Connor, Elizabeth City, NC Jackson Eden Osebreh, Ghana The induction will be held at the conclusion of the university's chapel service on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 9:30 a.m. in the Davenport Chapel of the Blanton Center.