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Dr. Skultety serves on International Committee

October 23, 2018

Dr. Patrik Skultety, assistant professor of management and the LMS administator at MACU, was invited to serve as a member of the advisory board and scientific committee for the International Scientific Correspondence Conference. The conference is being held at the University of Presov in the Republic of Slovakia.  The theme of this year's conference centers around the topics of "Economics and Economic Practice - analysis and trends" and "Sustainable Development and the Environment."  MACU is proud of Dr. Skultety as he represents the university and a Christian worldview in the important topics of economics and the environment.

MACU to Cancel Classes Tuesday at Noon

September 11, 2018

Elizabeth City, NC – September 10, 2018 – In anticipation of Hurricane Florence making landfall in North Carolina Thursday a.m. and then stalling out and producing anywhere from 1-2 feet of rain throughout the region, Mid-Atlantic Christian University is taking the following steps.   1) Classes are cancelled beginning at noon on Tuesday, Sept 11 through the weekend.  Plans at this time are to resume classes Monday, Sept 17 at 8:00 a.m.  Students should monitor university email and the website for any potential changes to the plan for resuming classes.   2) Students who live in the dorms are encouraged to leave the campus Tuesday afternoon and return home or go with a friend to their home.  The campus will be closed at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday and students MUST be vacated from the dorms by that time.     3) Students who are unable to go home or do not have a friend that they can go with should notify the Resident Hall Director, ASAP.   4) The Dining Hall will be open and serve all meals as scheduled on Tuesday.  Breakfast will be served on Wednesday.  Students who notify their RA may...

MACU Names New Volleyball Coach

August 16, 2018

Elizabeth City – Mid-Atlantic Christian is happy to announce that Steve Halsted will be their new volleyball coach for the 2018 season. He makes the move from his previous position at ESCU where he was the coach for the 2016 and 2017 fall seasons. Halsted has also spent 25 years in club volleyball in the Hampton Roads area. Coach Halsted commented, “I am excited about the new opportunity. I look forward to meeting the players in August. I hope that we can come together quickly, have fun learning the game and have a season we can all be proud of.” Athletics Director, Andy Meneely states, “Coach Halsted brings the necessary amount of experience and technical expertise to really help our program take the next step. He understands what we stand in being a Christian college. I am looking forward to seeing the strides we can make as we try to grow the volleyball program and the athletics program as a whole.” Coach Halsted holds a bachelor's degree in communications from Cal State Polytechnic University - Pamona and resides in Norfolk, VA. The MACU Lady Mustangs will open their season at Pitt Community College on August 23rd.

MACU contributes to understanding the ancient world

August 06, 2018

This summer Drs.Bob Smith and Kevin Larsen each spent time in the Middle East doing archaeological work. Dr. Bob Smith worked as the Assistant Director and Area E Supervisor in the Abila Archaeological Excavations at Quwayliba, Jordan during June and July. There, he worked with ten student volunteers from various institutions, and fifteen local workers, to uncover more of the Area E Pilgrimage Complex with a view to better understand how it functioned, and to discern the venerated person or memory of a biblical event around which the site developed. This complex provided pilgrims with a rich sensory experience as a stream of water from the city aqueduct ran through it. Dr. Smith hopes to find a mosaic inscription in the central room of the ritual structure north of the five-aisled church that will answer questions. In 2018, the team made great progress, as they were able to remove ashlars that had fallen in the AD 749 earthquake, down through a lower reinforced southern doorway that had been collapsing, instead of having to lift them ten feet over the preserved walls. The team reached the floor...

Biology Graduates at MACU have new pathway to Doctor of Pharmacy Degree

April 27, 2018

College of Pharmacy at Larkin University creates direct pathway for enrollment of MACU Biology graduates     Mid-Atlantic Christian University is excited to announce the signing of an agreement on April 26, 2018 that gives graduates of the B.S. Biology program at MACU a direct pathway for being accepted into the Doctor of Pharmacy program at Larkin University.    Under the agreement, selected students who have successfully met the specific course requirements and fulfilled the admissions requirements will be able to enroll in the Doctor of Pharmacy program at Larkin.  Larkin University is a private non-profit university in Miami, FL. The College of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program was granted Candidate status by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) on June 24, 2017. The ACPE accredits Doctor of Pharmacy programs offered by Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy in the United States and selected non-US sites. As a candidate for accreditation, graduates of a program so designed would, in the opinion of ACPE, have the same rights and privileges of those graduates from a fully accredited program. The Candidate status denotes a developmental program that is expected to mature in accord with stated plans within a defined time period. It...