This week, seven riders were named to the St. Andrews Presbyterian College equestrian team that will compete at the 2009 national championship sponsored by the American National Riding Commission.
The championship is being hosted by St. Andrews in Laurinburg on April 15-19. Collegiate teams from across... - January 31, 2009
St. Andrews Presbyterian College will host the national collegiate equestrian championships for the American National Riding Commission on April 15-19 in Laurinburg. Collegiate teams from across the nation are expected to compete at the championships.
Riders will compete in hunter seat equitation for... - January 31, 2009
Performances by the North Carolina A&T State University Fellowship Gospel Choir and the St. Andrews Presbyterian College Chamber Choir as well as an address by Dr. Fred McQueen will be part of Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration hosted by St. Andrews Presbyterian College. A Maxton native,... - January 18, 2009
The American Academy for Liberal Education (AALE), a national academic accrediting agency, notified St. Andrews Presbyterian College on Tuesday that it has awarded educational program accreditation to the college. The decision by the AALE came during its December meeting. The initial accreditation period runs for two years. - January 18, 2009
Two St. Andrews Presbyterian College equestrians won individual championships during the Jacksonville National Horse Show in Jacksonville, Fla., last week.
The St. Andrews equestrians also won four classes.
Gabby Grubic, a junior therapeutic horsemanship major from Alexandria, Ohio, rode her own horse... - January 18, 2009
The annual Charles Bascombe Shaw Memorial Scottish Heritage Symposium will be the weekend of March 20-22 on the St. Andrews Presbyterian College campus in Laurinburg, N.C. This event, now in its 19th year, will feature scholars from Scotland and the United States.
All interested are invited to attend.
“Since... - January 16, 2009
Fred D. McQueen Jr. will be the guest speaker at the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration sponsored by St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg.
The North Carolina A&T State University Fellowship Gospel Choir and the St. Andrews Chamber Choir will perform during the event.
This year’s... - January 16, 2009
In 2007, a host of choirs competed during the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation’s Gospel Competition in Atlanta, Ga. The winner: the North Carolina A&T State University Fellowship Gospel Choir of Greensboro. This choir is coming to Laurinburg to participate in the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration hosted by St. Andrews Presbyterian College. This year’s event will be Monday, Jan. 19, at 5 p.m. in Avinger Auditorium on the St. Andrews campus. It is free to the public. - January 14, 2009
Carla Wennberg, the western equestrian coach at St. Andrews Presbyterian College, appears in a feature article in the January edition of The American Quarter Horse Journal, one of the industry’s most highly regarded equestrian magazines with a circulation exceeding 67,000.
The monthly publication... - January 14, 2009
Two poems by poet Ron Bayes of Laurinburg have been published in the winter edition of the Word Salad Poetry Magazine. A biographical sketch of Bayes as well as his poems can be found on the publication's website at www.wsmagazine.net.
Bayes has been the writer in residence at St. Andrews Presbyterian... - January 10, 2009
The North Carolina A&T State University Fellowship Gospel Choir will highlight the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration hosted by St. Andrews Presbyterian College.
The choir will be joined by Dr. Fred McQueen, a family practice physician from Hamlet. McQueen is a Maxton native.
The St. Andrews... - January 07, 2009
St. Andrews Presbyterian College today announced three new certificate programs offered through its Center for Adult and Professional Studies.
These new programs offer certificates in equine business management, therapeutic horsemanship business management, and organizational leadership.
“These... - December 24, 2008
For the fourth year, ratings by seniors and first-year students at St. Andrews Presbyterian College placed the college ahead of a peer group of colleges in several areas according to the 2008 release of the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).
The survey judges how well students across the... - December 24, 2008
Dr. Robert J. Russell presented the 2008 John Calvin McNair Lecture on Science and Theology on Tuesday at St. Andrews Presbyterian College (Oct. 21), marking 100 years since the first lecture was given in 1908.
Russell’s presentation on “Five Issues on the Frontier of Science and Theology”... - October 31, 2008
St. Andrews Presbyterian College today announced the formation of the St. Andrews Center for Adult and Professional Studies.
This new initiative combines opportunities for online, main campus, weekend, and evening courses, as well as courses available through St. Andrews @ Sandhills and makes them easily... - October 15, 2008
Author Joseph Bathanti will be in Laurinburg on Sept. 17-18 as part of the freshmen summer reading program at St. Andrews Presbyterian College. Area readers are now reading his critically acclaimed book “The High Heart.” Bathanti is a former faculty member at St. Andrews and is the recipient of numerous honors, among them the Linda Flowers Prize, the Sara Henderson Hay Prize, and the Sherwood Anderson Award. - September 16, 2008
In fall 2008, the college will launch its first two online degree completion programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies. These programs will allow students with an associate’s degree or transferable credit hours from an accredited college or university to complete an undergraduate degree in an online format. - July 21, 2008
Dana College, a liberal arts college of approximately 635 students, is preparing to open its doors to a virtual wealth of new enrollments. This August, the institution will launch its first online program for students seeking a Certificate in Corporate Communication.
In addition to offering 40 programs... - July 02, 2008
With an established online campus, Highland Community College will be enhancing its distance learning options with a new online Associate in Applied Science in Risk Management degree. The new risk management program is scheduled to launch its first courses this fall. - June 05, 2008
Beginning this summer, MLC will begin offering general education courses online - the first step in the formation of its fully interactive, multi-layered virtual campus. - May 23, 2008
The Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service has expanded to offer Certification for Funeral Directing Online. Students participating in this program will learn the skills for complete funeral directing and funeral service arts in accordance with Texas laws and standards. Among the skills being taught... - February 20, 2007
America’s racial profile is rapidly changing and minority children comprise a larger percentage of public school students. How we deal with the increasingly diverse student population in our public schools continues to be a challenge. Diversity not only applies to race and ethnicity; it also includes... - November 10, 2006
Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary determined that distance learning would provide the institution with a valuable means of reaching beyond physical campus limitations. This fall a sixth campus will be founded – its eLearning Campus. - June 08, 2006
Baptist Colleges Online was built for those students who consider a faith-based college or university to be an important factor in their decision-making process. - April 12, 2006
The young adult addict is a different kind of student, and it’s going to take a different kind of education to get them to learn. - April 12, 2006
Baptist Colleges Online seeks to connect students with high quality, online, accredited programs and courses. - March 24, 2006
California Lutheran University’s California Institute of Finance launched it's Virtual Library. - October 20, 2005
Clear Creek Baptist Bible College has been preparing men and women for ministry since 1926. CCBBC now offers ministry preparation courses online to move into the future and reach a wider market and also to deliver high quality ministry programs to students around the world. - August 24, 2005
Helping people connect with opportunities for high quality, online education is the goal of eLearnPortal.com. - August 09, 2005
Bryan College’s first online program is focused on high school students interested in getting a head start on college. - August 08, 2005
Virtual Bookstores let students do their back-to-school shopping from home, the office or any other location with a computer, all while saving money. - August 08, 2005
Union College's first online course started in May 2004 and after great success expansion plans for the online program were underway. The online course enrollment has more than tripled in the last year. - June 08, 2005
Special Educators have found it difficult to find quality programs that prepare educators to work effectively with individuals with disabilities. OBU has made it easier for Special Educators to receive those programs completely online. - June 06, 2005