A Lesson from Joshua on Passing the Baton

A Lesson from Joshua on Passing the Baton

Sadly, on rare occasions I have served with people who were more interested in building their own kingdoms than the Kingdom of God.  Still, they do some good.  Even Judas only took some of the money from the bag with which he had been entrusted.   Might there someday...

Dangers in the Managing of Title IV Programs

Dangers in the Managing of Title IV Programs

Recent audits and U.S. Department of Education program reviews reveal several areas which if mishandled or overlooked can cause problems for institutions. In our efforts to alert you to potential problems, we also offer solutions or procedures to avoid dangers in...

How to Get Everybody Talking About Your School

How to Get Everybody Talking About Your School

Everybody should be talking about your school. I want your supporters, faculty, and students to talk about your school. I want them to talk about how they love what you do. If they are happy, they will tell their friends, their neighbors, and they will share about you...

How Leveraging Technology Impacts Enrollment Goals

How Leveraging Technology Impacts Enrollment Goals

  Rising student expectations, increased competition, and the pressure to reach enrollment goals means it is more important than ever for schools to differentiate themselves in this difficult landscape. For Saint Leo University, a liberal arts-based school...

Key Factors Correlated with Fundraising Success

Key Factors Correlated with Fundraising Success

Why do some colleges or universities have huge multi-billion dollar endowments, and why do some get huge multi-million dollar donations? What can you do to bring more fundraising success into reach? Listed below are the results of dissertation research conducted by...

Reinvent Your Development Department in 8 Steps

Reinvent Your Development Department in 8 Steps

As part of the natural growth and maturing of an institution, you may find that your school needs to undergo a complete reinvention of its development function. How do you know if your time has come? Consider if your school has experienced any of the following: A...

The New “F Word” on College Campuses: Fundamentalism

The New “F Word” on College Campuses: Fundamentalism

It’s really funny, almost.  And sad. Too many faculty at Christian universities are more afraid of “fundamentalism” than they are of agnosticism or outright atheism and its secularist implications. Most dangerous of all, they are even more afraid of Christian...

Trump Administration and FAFSA: What to Expect

Trump Administration and FAFSA: What to Expect

Having survived federal financial aid transactions through eight presidents, I offer my thoughts on the ninth—President Donald Trump—and how his administration may affect the education system and financial aid regulations. Education regulations and programs are...

New Column: Conference Profiles

New Column: Conference Profiles

Conferences are important for learning new skills, networking with colleagues, and being exposed to opportunities offered by exhibitors.  Because conferences are so valuable for those serving Christian colleges, we are launching a new column. In fact, promoting good...

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The Authentically Christian College:  
Strategies for Facilitating Spiritual Formation on Campus

How do we keep a focus on God as a significant part of our schools? There is so much more that can be done other than weekly chapel and classroom devotionals. This book offers: practical concepts, outside of the box ideas, and cost effective strategies. A must have resource for Christian Academia!
 
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