Colleges and Universities
- 18 Christian Colleges Closed Since the Start of COVID-19Enrollment numbers, financial challenges, and the pandemic spelled the end.
- Degree by Digital Degree, Christian Colleges Go OnlineEvangelical schools are growing, but there are questions about the costs.
- For Gen Z, Revival Is Not a BandwagonChristian students aren’t afraid to ask questions and continue to seek the “still, small voice” of the Spirit.
- TIU Announces Plans to Move Undergrad Program OnlineFacing enrollment declines, the Illinois university ends in-person and residential learning, except for Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and its law school in California.
- Asbury Professor: We’re Witnessing a ‘Surprising Work of God’Why I’m hopeful about the revival breaking out in our chapel and its implications for the campus and beyond.españolPortuguêsFrançais한국어Indonesian日本語
- Why Educators Shouldn’t Be Worried About AIAI Apps like ChatGPT are a wake-up call to redefine the holistic nature of education.Français
- Gordon College Settles with Professor It Said Was a MinisterState judge says the school’s legal strategy was a mistake.
- Christian Schools Building ‘Consortium’ for Hispanic Theology EducationWith $5 million from Lilly Endowment, three Los Angeles institutions “got ambitious.”
- Liberty U. Dean Claims He Was Fired for WhistleblowingJohn Markley says he raised concerns about fraudulent management, enrollment rate misrepresentation, and “compensation schemes.”
- Evangelical School Strikes Deal with Chick-fil-A FranchisesAnd other news briefs from Christians around the world.