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Evangelical Colleges Consider the Future of Online Education After COVID-19
The pandemic accelerated the push for remote options but also left students longing for in-person community.
Turnover Rate Rising for Christian College Presidents
Replacements focus on new recruitment strategies and sustainability.
Fewer International Students at Christian Colleges
COVID-19 causes decline, hurting CCCU campuses.
Three Evangelical Colleges Cut Tuition Prices
Seattle Pacific, Houghton, and Gordon want prospective students to see Christian liberal arts colleges as an affordable option.
Christian Colleges Are Changing to Survive. Is it Working?
Faced with declining enrollments, evangelical schools add programs, cut programs, and hope.
Hundreds of Positions Eliminated at Evangelical Colleges and Universities
Ongoing financial concerns exacerbated by COVID-19.
Called to Missions. Held Back by Student Loans.
Rising debt stops many who would serve.
Christian Colleges Get Creative with Chapel Requirements
Pushed by pandemic, schools are reinventing a core part of campus life to work on the internet.
How Christian Colleges Have Been Revising Student Handbooks Since Obergefell
Schools wrestle with best ways to serve LGBT students, stay true to traditional teachings.
Second Expelled Student Sues Fuller for LGBT Discrimination
Plaintiff joins lawsuit with request for more than $1 million.
In Tennessee, One Christian College Breaks Enrollment Records, While Another Fights Declines
Bryan College and Trevecca Nazarene University navigate competitive higher ed landscape.
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