Retirement and New Face in Registrar's Office

May 17, 2012

After 42 years of service, Joan Sawyer, will be retiring as Mid-Atlantic Christian University's Registrar.  Her last day is scheduled to be June 30, 2012.  The University will miss Joan's abilities in managing an office that regularly flexuates with the growing demands of higher education. Students and staff alike will miss her warm and friendly leadership in this important office.  Yolanda Teske has been hired as the new registrar.  Miss Teske comes to MACU by way of Crossroads College, Rochester MN, where she has been the college's bookkeeper since 2003.  She is a graduate of Crossroads College (B.S.) and Bethel University (M.A.).  MACU extends a warm welcome to Miss Teske as she begins her duties on July 1, 2012.

MACU Announces Chick-fil-A Leadercast Conference

April 21, 2012

Elizabeth City, NC – April 20, 2012- The School of Professional Studies at Mid-Atlantic Christian University is the local host site for the 2012 Chick-fil-A Leadercast on Friday, May 4.   This Atlanta-based simulcast brings together a select group of world-class leaders in business, broadcasting, sports and mass-media with 125,000 local CEO’s, business owners, managers and their employees in a day of content-rich experiences, stories and lessons based on the theme of micro-decisions leading to macro results. Cost for the full day event is only $59 if registered by April 30. Attendees may register online at  Group discounts are available. MACU and Eastern Pet Company are proud to host this event as the local introduction to MACU’s School of Professional Studies.  The event will be held in the Blanton Campus Life Center, with conference check-in beginning at 8:00 a.m. on May 4. Dr. Clay Perkins, President of Mid-Atlantic, said, “We are excited to be hosting this world class leadership event on our campus. We are proud to partner with the national sponsor, Chick-fil-A, as well as our local sponsor, Eastern Pet Company.  We look forward to having many area leaders and business executives sharing in this event...

Mid-Atlantic Christian University Honored for Community Service

March 27, 2012

Mid-Atlantic Christian University Honored for Community Service Elizabeth City, N.C. – The Corporation for National and Community Service and the U.S. Department of Education recently honored the nation’s leading colleges and universities and their students, faculty members, and staff for their commitment to bettering their communities through community service and service learning.  Mid-Atlantic Christian University was admitted to the Honor Roll for its work in Elizabeth City, NC, and around the world. “We have great students, faculty, and staff at Mid-Atlantic. Mid-Atlantic has won this award for multiple years. We care about people and serving others. I am honored to serve here as together we serve our community,” states President Clay Perkins. “Through service, these institutions are creating the next generation of leaders by challenging students to tackle tough issues and create positive impact in the community,” said Robert Velasco, Acting CEO of CNCS. “We applaud the Honor Roll schools, their faculty and students for their commitment to make service a priority in and out of the classroom. Together, service and learning increase civic engagement while fostering social innovation among students, empowering them to solve challenges within their communities.”

Mid-Atlantic Christian University Supports Marriage Protection Amendment

March 27, 2012

Elizabeth City, NC - March 23, 2012 - In advance of the upcoming vote on the Marriage Protection Amendment on May 8, 2012, Mid-Atlantic Christian University wishes to express its opinion that marriage is a special relationship between one man and one woman. The University encourages a vote FOR the Marriage Protection Amendment on May 8, 2012. This is an important time for people of faith and for churches to speak up and vote to affirm in the great State of North Carolina that marriage is a relationship between one man and one woman. We encourage ministers, believers, and churches to speak up and use their influence to uphold this definition that marriage is a special relationship between one man and one woman. Some will say that to take such a narrow stand on marriage is bigoted, homophobic, anti-capitalistic, archaic, etc. However, the institution of marriage between one man and one woman has helped to stabilize American society. When the family unit is destroyed or even unstable, suffering increases. Studies have pointed to the disintegration of the family as one of the underlying causes for personal and societal difficulties. While the school acknowledges that there are political...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New Women's Basketball Coach

March 12, 2012

Mid-Atlantic Christian University Announces New Women’s Basketball Coach for 2012-2013 Season Elizabeth City, NC - March 12, 2012 - Mid- Atlantic Christian University announces the hiring of Women’s Basketball Coach, Michael Cisero, in anticipation of the university’s women’s basketball program for fall of 2012. MACU revitalized her sports program earlier this year by hiring her first full-time athletic director. MACU continues to offer athletes the opportunity to develop their skill in a Christian environment with the addition of a women’s basketball program.  Mid-Atlantic Christian University President Clay Perkins shared, “This is more good news! Now young women have another option to pursuing collegiate sports and a collegiate degree in one of our 20+ majors at Mid-Atlantic. We are glad to have Coach Cisero on our team.”  Neal Alligood, MACU’s Athletic Director states, “I am excited about the university's continued commitment to aggressively seek to grow this athletic program.  I believe that with the addition of Coach Cisero, we are on the right track, and I am eagerly looking forward to serving alongside him as we minister to and through the avenue of athletics." Michael Cisero, a decorated war veteran, played for MACU during the 2004 – 2005 season.  He went on to...