Elementary Education Program Gives Back

November 24, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   Leadership Project in MACU Education Class Involves Community and Helps Local School   Elizabeth City, NC – November 12, 2104 – On Wednesday, November 12, students in Dr. Cheryl Luton’s Foundations of Education class at Mid-Atlantic Christian University delivered a check to the librarian at Sheep Harney Elementary School to purchase some new books for the students. Early in the semester, MACU Elementary Education majors in Luton’s class were assigned a leadership project. Students were responsible for planning a project that would be beneficial to community members. Since several of the students volunteer weekly at Sheep Harney Elementary School under the direction of Athletic Director, Neal Alligood, they were aware of the need for additional library books for the school’s library. The students decided to have a movie event on campus, and on October 17, they provided a free movie for neighborhood families and MACU students. While there was no charge for the movie, students sold refreshments to raise money for the library. While...

MACU Motorcycle Rally & Charity Ride Photos

September 11, 2014

The MACU Motorcycle Rally and Charity Ride 9/6/2014 D Q Robert and Bob Morton Memorial Ride Enjoy the photos of this event.   Thank you to all who participated to raise money for a cross-cultural student scholarship.   Next year the rally will be held September 12, 2015.

Washington Monthly Ranking Increase

August 25, 2014

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   Mid-Atlantic Christian University Ranked 17th Among Top 100 Baccalaureate Colleges in Nation   Elizabeth City, NC – August 25, 2014.  Mid-Atlantic Christian University has been ranked 17th in the 2014 Washington Monthly’s list of college rankings. The Washington Monthly notes that its ranking is different from other college rankings.  They state: “Our rankings aim to identify institutions that are acting on behalf of the true public interest.”  The rankings are based on three factors. The first is social mobility, which gives colleges credit for enrolling many low-income students and helping them earn degrees. The second recognizes research production, particularly at schools whose undergraduates go on to earn PhDs. The third values a college’s commitment to service and involvement in the greater community.   Mid-Atlantic Christian University is proud of its 66 year history and the impact her alumni have made around the world.  Graduates serve in 46 states, 1 territory, and 25 countries.  Mid-Atlantic is a university that values integrity, compassion, and service. Faculty and staff , as well as students, model those values in the campus community.  The MACU exists to impact the...

In the News: MACU begins with largest fall class

August 20, 2014

Article originially found at  MACU begins with largest fall class By Corinne Saunders The Daily Advance Tuesday, August 19, 2014 1 Comment | Leave a Comment Share on print PrintShare on email E-Mail Share on reddit RedditMore Sharing ServicesMore     Mid-Atlantic Christian University is starting the fall semester with its largest enrollment ever — a change noted by both returning students as well as campus officials. According to MACU President Clay Perkins, the university started the fall semester this week with 199 students. That’s three more than in the fall of 2003 when enrollment hit 196, he said. Perkins said this year’s figure “very well could be a record attendance for us,” but MACU won’t know for sure until after the drop/add period ends. Enrollment could go up; it also could go down. “It certainly is a growth year for us, and we’re excited about it,” Perkins said. At...

Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Consortium

August 04, 2014

In the news! See below MACU joins group that eases military access to higher ed By Corinne Saunders The Daily Advance Sunday, August 3, 2014 0 Comments | Leave a Comment Share on print PrintShare on email E-Mail Share on reddit RedditMore Sharing ServicesMore     Mid-Atlantic Christian University has joined the ranks of 1,700 colleges and universities, including Elizabeth City State University and College of The Albemarle, that make it easier for military personnel to seek higher education. Mid-Atlantic announced last week that it has been approved for membership in the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Consortium. Created in 1972, the consortium is designed to further educational opportunities for military personnel who often face difficulty completing college degrees because they move so frequently. According to its website, the consortium is funded by the U.S. Department of Defense through a contract with the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. To become a...