Life Experience Can Equal College Credit, Faster Graduation
In the past, college was designed to equip students with the skills and experience needed to succeed in professional life. Nowadays, having real life experience, but no college degree, can derail even the most veteran employee.
MACU Alum Reaches Thousands as Corporate Chaplain
When Rev. Larry Speelman enrolled at Gulf Coast Bible College in 1984, he didn’t fit the typical profile of a college student — but then again, Speelman’s life and ministry has been anything but ordinary.
New MACU School of Music Co-Chairs Announced
This spring semester marked the beginning of a new era for MACU’s storied School of Music as professors Kim Arnold and Dillan Francis stepped into co-chair positions.
ATOMS Project Brings STEM to Three Oklahoma School Districts
There are plenty of resources in place for high schoolers and college students who are interested in STEM fields — but unless children begin their study of science, technology, engineering and math topics sooner, that education may come too late to foster a career.
For Two Brothers, MACU is a Family Tradition
For the Burko brothers, MACU is more than just a university — it’s a family tradition. “I enjoy being in school with my brother,” said Daniel Burko. “We grew up close. Everything we did, we did together.”
Remembering the Lifelong Ministry of Pat Sanders
Pat Sanders passed away last fall at the age of 86, rejoining her husband of 61 years in heaven. Although the couple are now at home in Christ, their earthly legacy remains — in part thanks to the Patsy Sanders Ministry Scholarship, recently established in Pat Sanders’ memory.
MACU Offers FastTrack to Master's Degrees
Mid-America Christian University recently introduced FastTrack, a combination program that allows students to begin work on a master’s degree while completing their bachelor’s degree.