July 07, 2020
MACU Messenger Summer 2020 Volume 72 Issue No. 3
June 10, 2020
June 08, 2020
Joint Statement of Unity and Justice The death of George Floyd is a tragic reminder of the bias and violence that exist in our community. As leaders of higher education institutions within our community, we felt it paramount to publicly communicate our stance on the social unrest that has recently swept our nation. As we grieve for innocent lives lost, we strengthen our resolve to be part of the creation of a better world, a world in which reason and compassion prevail over ignorance and hatred. We believe education is a determining factor in changing the tides of racism. Our institutions will be part of the solution. We are dedicated to providing an equitable educational experience to a diverse group of students from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or ability. We support our students; their dignity and safety are our first priority. We support the communities where we live, work and serve. We support the equitable, ethical treatment of all. We support our local law enforcement and hold them to a standard of integrity as equal members of the community. We support the power of...
May 21, 2020
COVID-19 Update from Mid-Atlantic Christian University This summer administrators, faculty, and staff have been hard at work planning for a new school year given the realities of our national health crisis. By following this link (Life at MACU: Post COVID-19) individuals can access how we have prepared for students to live on campus and classes to begin meeting in early August. We have tried to anticipate most of the major considerations for life on our campus. We may have overlooked some areas. There are a few areas that we haven't formalized parameters for usage (e.g., open gym or weight room) and those guidelines will be announced later this month. What we have put together is our best effort to create as safe of an environment as we are able, in order to limit the chances of exposure to COVID-19 for everyone on our campus (students and employees). Once everyone is back and we see how things work, we anticipate that there will be tweaks to this plan. We will also have to be responsive to any future guidance or directives established by federal, state, or local government agencies. This is a team effort. Everyone who is a part of...
May 18, 2020
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 (*). Talethia Jae Alexander Benjamin Ashton Jr. Chandler James Beard Sarah Becker Taylor Hudson Berger Tara Dawn Bird Ryan Blowe Katherine Elaine Brickhouse Mallary F. Brogden Brandon Ryan Cabacar* Cameron G. Cabe Sandra Horne Carter* Joy Corbett* Spencer Alexander Davis Darrien C. DeFederico Lydia Frye Allison E. Hackett* Hannah Margurite Hartman* Gabrielle Howlett* Noah R. Jarman Ryan Kelley* Lauren Elizabeth Knupp* Jonathan C. Langley II Rebekah Grace Langley* Anna E. Leidheiser* Cody Robert Marks Kendall Brooke Martin Patrick Timothy McCarthy* Grace Gibson Minter* KaNesha Andrieana Murray* Gabriel D. Nobles Maria Jose Osorio* Clairese L. Smith Sarah Mackenzie Smith Alexander L. Stanley Maddison Gabrielle Turner Joshua Scott Wayne Vickers* Brealle Kay-Ann White* Chelsea D. White Serenah Marie Willison* 3 other students were named to the Dean's List but requested non-disclosure