Maurice New Vice President for Institutional Advancement

January 01, 2014

  Elizabeth City, NC  -Commander John W. Maurice, Jr., USN, has been named Vice President for Institutional Advancement at his alma mater, Mid-Atlantic Christian University. He begins his new post in January 2014.   Maurice is from Roanoke Rapids. After graduating from MACU in 1978, he preached for congregations in North Carolina, Indiana, and New York. He earned a Master of Divinity from Cincinnati Christian University in 1986 and joined the USN Chaplain Corps in 1989.   During his 24-year career he has served as Command Chaplain onboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower and for Naval Station Norfolk, the largest Navy base in the world. He has also served on the staff of the Chief of Chaplains as an action officer and as Deputy Director for Pastoral Care in the Navy's second largest major medical facility. He also served an assignment as Assistant Deputy Chaplain of the Marine Corps in Washington, DC.   Chaplain Maurice was then assigned to Naval Station, Norfolk, where he supported the readiness of operating forces of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, which included over 63 homeported ships, 15 aircraft squadrons, 386 tenant commands, and more than 54,000 active duty personnel. Currently he is serving as...

MACU Announces Fall 2013 Dean's List

December 20, 2013

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 (*).   Christopher B. Cherry Adam M. Crawford Lauren E. Deveau Stephanie L. Empson Caitlin D. Goss Amy L. Isler James R. Knight Tiffany J. Kriss* Courtney A. Leazer Brandon L. Lewis Sarah M. Lunceford Mark A. Mann, Jr. Michael S. Moulden Morgan F. Nayadley Samantha P. Roberson Jacob T. Smith Wendy J. Ward Emily L. Whitten Lauren E. Witherspoon Rebecka K. Woodard

Holiday Hours

December 19, 2013

The University will be closed on December 24, 25, 26 and on New Year's Day, January 1.

Great Giving Incentive Now through December 31

December 08, 2013

Elizabeth City, NC - December 5, 2013 Important giving update for those over 70½!  "... see that you also excel in the grace of giving." 2 Corinthians 8:7b  Great news for givers like you ... the Federal Government IRA Charitable Rollover tax incentive is still in place as a part of the overall tax relief benefits. At this time the Federal government has announced that this will not be renewed in 2014. However, that incentive is still in effect through December 31, 2013.  Please consult your tax advisor before making any decisions since individual situations vary and tax laws are in constant flux.  Individuals aged 70½ and older are allowed to donate up to $100,000 from their Individual Retirement Accounts (Traditional or Roth IRAs) to Mid-Atlantic Christian University or Mid-Atlantic Foundation without having to count the distributions as taxable income. This giving incentive is particularly beneficial to those individuals who do not itemize their tax deductions and would not otherwise have received any tax benefit for their charitable contributions.  Charitable contributions from an IRA must go directly to Mid-Atlantic. In other words, the donation must be submitted from the IRA trustee or broker made payable to Mid-Atlantic.  Each...

MACU Christmas Concert

November 07, 2013

Elizabeth City, NC- November 5, 2013.  The MACU Choir of Mid-Atlantic Christian University will present a Christmas musical on Wednesday night, December 4th at 7:30 p.m. on campus in the Davenport Chapel of the Al Blanton Campus Life Center. “Merry Christmas,” by Don Wrytzen and Phil and Lynne Brower, is a musical highlighting Christmas. “No story on earth has a deeper and stronger meaning than Christmas. Our ears shall always hear the angels sing; our eyes will forever see the brilliance of the single star. Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift!” The concert is free and open to the public. Donations will be received for the choir program. The choir is directed by Sandra Perkins and Lisa Williams. Mrs. Williams will lead the vocals and Mrs. Perkins will accompany the choir on the piano. Students in the choir are both freshmen and upper classmen, and come from various states. Many have experience performing in choirs. They are Ariana Avila, Elizabeth Bartlett, Brooke Buzza, Kelsea Fallon, Taylor Holloman, Tiffany Kriss, Sarah Lunceford, Katie Sizemore, Catrina Webster and Becka Woodard. The host narrator for the musical is Demetrius Stokely.  Joshua Bueno will play the part of...