Student Life Student Services
Area Churches - It is expected that MACU students become involved in a local congregation. Follow the link for a list of Supporting Area Churches, (within approximately 30 miles), along with schedules of their services.
Dining Hall Information
Metz Food Services
Monday - Friday
Breakfast 7:30am - 9:00am
Lunch 11:30am - 1:00pm
Dinner 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Brunch 10:30am - 1:00pm
Campus Map - Follow the link for a brief layout of the college campus.
Christian Service - For Christian Service requirements, traditional program students please see the Student Handbook, pg 13 (find link below under Student Handbook Section). Online students will find this information in the college catalog.
College Catalog - Access Mid-Atlantic Christian University's Academic Catalogs in one of two ways:
View a copy on our website.
Request a catalog from the Admissions office by mail:
Mid Atlantic Christian University
715 N. Poindexter St.
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
or by e-mail: email@example.com
or by Phone: 252-334-2028 Toll Free: 1-800-MACU-8980 Fax: 252-334-2064
Computer Lab - In addition to the computers in the library, we have a full computer lab for students to use located in Heritage Hall. The computer lab is open Sunday through Thursday from 5a.m. to 12midnight and Friday and Saturday from 5a.m. to 1a.m.
Counseling Services - Mid-Atlantic has two counselors on staff, Professor Don McKinney and Mrs. Tina Pharr, are available to assist students as they encounter problems with depression, anxiety, grief, relationships, self-image, and anger and other impulse control problems, as well as other personal issues. Their offices are located in the Counseling Center in Heritage Hall. In addition, the RHDs, RAs, Campus Minister, Student Life Director, and the VPES are available to assist students and are trained to make referrals when they are not able to provide the necessary assistance.
Course Schedule - Current course schedule can be found here.
Facilities - Work Order / Maintenance Request
Learning Center - Mid-Atlantic Christian University supports a campus learning center, located in the Watson-Griffith Library. The Learning Center is supervised by a faculty member and is staffed by upperclassmen. Because the Learning Center exists to help students develop the academic skills they need in order to succeed at Mid-Atlantic, services are free to all students. Those who visit the Learning Center can expect to receive help with any academic need: study techniques, time management, test-taking strategies, English composition, completing projects and assignments, and basic computer skills. Specific times are also scheduled to focus on classes students find more difficult.
Library Services - The Watson-Griffith Library provides excellent resources and facilities. A library orientation and handbook, along with the library staff, will acquaint you with its services. Visit the Library pages for hours of operation, information on electronic resources and to browse the on-line catalog. In addition, you may use the libraries of the College of the Albemarle and Elizabeth City State University, as well as the public library. The Pasquotank-Camden Library is located nearby at 100 East Colonial Avenue.
Safety and Security- Information on campus safety and security is available here.
Student Handbook - We see God setting standards for his people to live by throughout the scripture to protect and train his people. Guidelines are the foundation for order in every community. This handbook contains the values of Mid-Atlantic Christian University. The standards for MACU students are based upon a Christian worldview and may have higher expectations than other communities you have experienced. The goal of these guidelines is growth and maturity that will enable success in your personal and professional lives. Enrollment at MACU binds you to understand and follow the standards of the student handbook. Please spend time reading and contemplating the implications of MACU’s values. Follow this link to download our Student Handbook.
Textbooks - To order books for their classes, students must access the on-line book list at "MBSDirect." Books may be purchased through MBSDirect by check, credit card and/or financial aid. If you anticipate using financial aid, please contact Student Accounts in the business office to activate your account, at 252-334-2010.
Detailed instructions are available here for making a purchase using financial aid.
Transcript Request Form - All transcript requests must be submitted with payment. Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card.