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MACU Named 'Military Friendly School'

September 27, 2012

Mid-Atlantic Christian University Named ‘Military Friendly School’   Elizabeth City, NC – Sept. 25, 2012 – Mid-Atlantic Christian University is honored to be recognized as a Military Friendly School for the third consecutive year. Ken Greene, Ed.D., Vice President for Student Services, stated, “Our goal is to serve our community and educate our students. We appreciate our military and the service that they provide to our community. MACU desires to give back to our servicemen, and we can do this, in part, by meeting their educational and spiritual needs.” President Clay Perkins added, “God bless those who serve in our military. Mid-Atlantic considers it an honor to be recognized for our support of our military as they pursue their college degrees.”   The 2013 Military Friendly Schools ® list was released recently by Victory Media and can be found at http://www.militaryfriendlyschools.com. This year’s list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.   This...

MACU Foundation Banquet

September 27, 2012

Mid-Atlantic Christian University will hold its annual banquet for its Foundation on October 18 at 5 p.m. on campus in the Chesson Gymnasium.  The annual banquet provides an opportunity for Foundation donors to meet current students who receive scholarships awarded from the Foundation.  The banquet program includes dinner and brief presentations by students and donors.    Foundation Director Sandra Perkins notes that this event is a rewarding time for both the donors and students.  It celebrates the act of giving and helping others while showing respect and thankfulness for gifts received. Some of the students will be able to meet the individuals who have donated funds for the scholarship award they received at the beginning of the semester.   Mid-Atlantic Christian University finds that many students need financial help paying for their college education. According to Perkins, “It is important to have the scholarship funds provided by the Foundation to help attract prospective students.” Students do not have to repay these scholarship awards, which helps lower the amount of loan money students need to borrow.     President Clay Perkins said, “This banquet is...

Pipkin Returns to Coach Women’s Volleyball

September 21, 2012

Elizabeth City, NC – September 14, 2012 - Mid Atlantic Christian University announces the hiring of Paul Pipkin to coach women’s volleyball when the sport is reintroduced in the fall of 2013. Pipkin was the women’s volleyball coach when MACU accumulated five straight conference championships from 2004 to 2008. Dr. Ken Greene, Vice President for Student Services, said this announcement “demonstrates a renewed commitment to increase athletic opportunities for students desiring the opportunity to play while receiving a solid values-based education.”  Coach Pipkin is locally connected having graduated from Northeastern and having attended COA. He has worked in Elizabeth City and Camden most of his life. In addition to his knowledge of the game, Coach Pipkin has a deep love for women’s volleyball, and both of his daughters have played competitively for Camden High School.  President Clay Perkins said, “We welcome Coach Pipkin’s return. His leadership led our women to many victories before. We look forward to seeing them succeed again as we resume the volleyball program.”  MACU will be aggressively recruiting quality players who desire to be a vital part of a faith based university. Vice President Greene said, “We are seeking women excelling in volleyball, desiring...

Wood Earns Credentials

September 14, 2012

Wood Earns Credentials Elizabeth City, NC – September 12, 2012 - Keith Wood, Vice President for Development at Mid-Atlantic Christian University (MACU) recently earned the status Credentialed Christian Nonprofit Leader (CCNL). Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) and Azusa Pacific University (APU) jointly created the new Credentialed Christian Nonprofit Leader (CCNL) program to promote “biblical principles and professional standards in Christian ministry leadership.”  Wood, who has been MACU’s chief development officer since 2008, said, “I have always valued life-long learning and career development, particularly in my chosen areas of ministry service.  The CLA and Azusa Pacific University have developed a world class program of Christian nonprofit leadership development.  During the credentialing process, I had the opportunity to learn from such great Christian leaders as John Maxwell, Patrick Lencioni, Ken Blanchard, and many others.  I look forward to continuing to implement many of the things I have learned through the CCNL process in the Development office here at Mid-Atlantic.”  President Clay Perkins noted, “We congratulate Vice President Wood on this achievement. It is an honor for Mid-Atlantic that our chief development officer has earned this designation. We anticipate benefiting from his studies in this process.”  CLA is a...

Mid-Atlantic Christian University to Re-launch Women’s Volleyball

August 08, 2012

Mid-Atlantic Christian University to Re-launch Women’s Volleyball Elizabeth City, NC - August 6, 2012 -  The Athletic Department at Mid Atlantic Christian University announces the re-launch of her Intercollegiate Women’s Volleyball program beginning fall 2013. After winning five straight conference championships in the Shenandoah & Chesapeake Athletic Conference from 2004 to 2008, the MACU Lady Mustangs took a break from competing in women’s volleyball.   Now the Lady Mustangs will be back and plan to rebuild to the place of prominence they once enjoyed. Resuming the intercollegiate volleyball program is another bold step in the process of growing the university’s athletic program, which offers men’s and women’s basketball in addition to women’s volleyball. MACU will be aggressively recruiting quality young women who desire to be a vital part of the university. Such women should desire to successfully complete a Mid-Atlantic degree program, will be a person of high character, will seek to excel in the classroom as well as on the court, and also be an integral part of MACU’s “missional mindset” of investing in the local community. President Clay Perkins noted, “We are excited to resume women’s volleyball at Mid-Atlantic. Athletic Director Neal Alligood...