Posts marked "News"

Online Degrees Open Doors – Trevecca Expands Online Degree Options

Today’s recovering economy is a blessing. Unemployment is going down but the real struggle is not so much finding a job but stagnant wage increases. Now, more than ever, the value of a college degree is being recognized. Earning an undergraduate or graduate degree could be the deciding factor between you and your competitor for […]

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Worship Degree introduced at Grace Bible College

The NEW Worship Degree at Grace Bible College offers a unique program that covers areas of worship songwriting, arranging, ear training, music theory, running rehearsals, leading a band, leading a congregation, recoding albums, touring and traveling, preparing sets, presentations, editing videos, and all other elements to a great worship experience. Whatever your calling, GBC will […]

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Adult and Online Learning at Grace Bible College

Grace Bible College offers Associates and Bachelors’ degree programs to adults and online students seeking a faith based education. Grace Bible Colleges strives to keep cost down, keep small class sizes, and maintain a Christ centered focus. Grace Bible realizes that many individual adults of faith struggle to balance family, career, finances, and faith and […]

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Regent Alumnus and New York Times Bestselling Author Speaks His Truth

On Monday, May sixth, Alumnus, Charles Martin came back to Regent University after nearly thirteen years in order to promote his latest novel, Unwritten, which released Tuesday, May seventh. He talked about his journey as a writer and how seeing his book on the New York Times bestseller list makes him feel. Martin explained to Regent faculty, […]

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New report recommends change for colleges serving veterans

According to a new report, colleges can cater to the needs of former servicemen and women more effectively.

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Things Christian college students should know before transferring

For some men and women of faith enrolled at Christian colleges and universities, transferring to another institution is the only logical step.

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Online classes may not benefit all students

There is little doubt that online education has transformed the landscape of academia.

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Graduates of art degree programs saddled with most debt

Many men and women of faith enroll at Christian colleges and universities to pursue degrees in the arts.

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Council for Christian Colleges and Universities appoints new president

Many faith-based educational institutions across the U.S. belong to the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU).

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Christian college transfer students should live on campus

Making the transition to another Christian university is something that many men and women of faith go through during their academic career.

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