Christian Colleges & Seminaries

Study: Christian College Grads Care More About Helping, Less About Money

"According to a new study from the Christian think tank Cardus, two-thirds of graduates from private religious colleges and universities say it is important to them to find a job that 'directly helps others'—10 percentage points higher than graduates from public schools or private nonreligious schools." - CToday

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The Master’s University and Seminary Appoints Dr. Sam Horn President

"The Board of Directors of The Master’s University and Seminary in Santa Clarita, California, today voted to name Dr. Sam Horn their 9th president, succeeding Dr. John Stead, effective in May or June 2020." - BJU Today

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Second Expelled Student Sues Fuller for LGBT Discrimination

"Another former Fuller Theological Seminary student who says he was expelled because of his same-sex marriage has joined a lawsuit alleging the nation’s largest interdenominational seminary violated anti-discrimination laws." - Christianity Today

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“It’s no wonder that many young evangelicals are becoming egalitarians.”

"Upon the announcement that Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary has hired Dr. Karen Swallow Prior as a research professor of English and Christianity & Culture, my Twitter feed exploded....It didn’t take long, though, for tweets of disproval to trickle into my thread from those upset that a conservative seminary would hire a woman as a professor." - John Ellis

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What are America’s largest seminaries in 2019?

"While the six SBC-affiliated seminaries were (and still are) among the largest in the U.S. back in 2016, two liberal CBF-affiliated institutions were among the smallest. Baptist Seminary of Kentucky enrolled 31 full-time students in 2015-2016. That number was down to 24 full-time students in 2018-2019." - Christian Post

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Tuition Is Rising and Enrollment Is Holding. So Why Are Christian Colleges Struggling?

"That’s the crux of the crisis—in order to attract students, schools are bringing in less money due to discounted tuition while at the same time spending more on upgrades. And they haven’t even reached the cliff." - TGC

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