Join fellow Christian academia administrators as we hear expert advice and discuss how to effectively operate a small Christian college.
Discover how offering alumni volunteer opportunities is a win-win relationship for the school, current students, and the alumni.
Solutions to Destructive Leadership Behavior on the Christian College Campus (Part 5): Be JFK and Leave Quietly
We close this series on biblical solutions to destructive leadership on the Christian college campus with two final practices: Be JFK and Leave Quietly.
How can Christian college admins and professors help ensure student academic integrity with the rise of AI generated, CHAT GPT text and essays?
Virtue training or character formation is a critical part of a Christian college education and can be easily implemented into the curriculum.
Institutions can face severe penalties, including cessation of eligibility for federal student aid, for high default rates. Be prepared.
Servant learning at Christian colleges is a four-year process that begins with these effective onboarding and ongoing support best practices.
While each major donor at a Christian College has personal giving interests, here are four golden rule principles that apply to every donor.
While Jesus pioneered the concept of servant leadership, Robert Greenleaf’s seminal works have contributed significantly to how we can practice Jesus’ principles on the Christian campus.
Help the men on your campus discover the ideals of manhood in historical culture and the kind of design and identity God has ordained for them.
Understand the spiritual source and goals of yoga that aren’t heard in the media so you can make biblical decisions about practicing and teaching yoga at your Christian university.
Solutions to Destructive Leadership Behavior on the Christian College Campus (Part 4):
Two More Things Not to Do to Your Enemy
Destructive behavior by leaders on the Christian campus is real, but they can be managed well with these key biblical principles.
Until recently, there was no debate whether the purpose of a college was to discover the truth and to pass it on to the next generation. Today, we have to strategize how to ensure that liberty continues on our campuses.
Amid the Challenges, Daniel O. Aleshire Sees Opportunities for Renewal The practice of theology involves telling stories, yet theological educators live in a world increasingly suspicious of metanarratives and often receive their training in the grand particularities...
Here are seven ways to begin creating a Kingdom culture on your Christian college campus that lasts not just a season but a lifetime.
What should university Presidents be looking for in Chief Enrollment Officers or Vice Presidents for Enrollment Management? What are the right questions to ask? How should experience be evaluated?
Help your alumni succeed by implementing these useful alumni services.
In Part 1, we looked at how to structure a class reunion or homecoming along with several ideas for activities, fundraising, and planning. Here, we’ll look at other opportunities for keeping in touch with alumni.