New Opportunities with Bridge to Campus

New Opportunities with Bridge to Campus

In today’s economy, many graduating high school seniors are facing the reality that they may not be able to start college right away. Financial constraints often force them to work for a year and maybe take a few local community college courses before beginning their formal college education. Parents and pastors are often concerned that [Continue Reading...]

Updates and Improvements for Fall Semester

Updates and Improvements for Fall Semester

The Maranatha campus has experienced many improvements over the summer. Buildings have been repaired, and offices have been relocated and redecorated. Carey Dorm and two duplexes were reroofed by a group of volunteers with Independent Baptist Builders International. The team consisted of eight professional builders who volunteer their vacation time to help ministries with building [Continue Reading...]

Business Community Breakfast: Having a Positive Influence

Business Community Breakfast: Having a Positive Influence

Chuck Warner of Edward Jones Investments has been impressed by the work ethic of Maranatha students. He served as Chairman of the Riverside Chamberland Project, a community-built children’s playground project in Watertown. “We were able to attract a lot of Maranatha folks to help work that project,” Warner said. “The work ethic that they showed [Continue Reading...]

DeLozier Makes Top 30 For NCAA Woman Of The Year Nomination

DeLozier Makes Top 30 For NCAA Woman Of The Year Nomination

Torey DeLozier, selected from a group of more than 450 nominees, has been chosen as one the top 30 honorees for the 2013 NCAA Woman of the Year award. Ten women from each of the three divisions make up the top 30, spanning various NCAA sports. In September, three finalists from each division will be [Continue Reading...]

DeLozier Earns NAC Woman of the Year

DeLozier Earns NAC Woman of the Year

WATERTOWN, Wis. – Maranatha athlete Torey DeLozier was recently selected by the Senior Woman Administrators’ Standing Committee of the Northern Athletic Conference as Woman of the Year for 2012-13 academic year. For DeLozier, this is the first time earning the prestigious award, and now represents the conference in the NCAA Woman of the Year selection [Continue Reading...]

Dr. Neal Cushman enhances Bible Department’s cross-cultural experience

Dr. Neal Cushman enhances Bible Department’s cross-cultural experience

From a camp in Nova Scotia, from a college in Wisconsin’s Great North Woods, and from the mission fields of Africa, Asia, and Europe, Dr. Neal Cushman will bring his wealth of knowledge and experience to students at Maranatha this fall. Dr. Cushman is the latest addition to the Bible Department faculty, specializing in Greek, [Continue Reading...]

Taking the Next Step

Taking the Next Step

Pastors who encourage church members to participate in ministry often say “The best ability is availability.” When regional accreditation is discussed, however, portability—the ability for credits to transfer between colleges—is certainly among its most compelling aspects. The National Survey of Student Engagement found that up to 50 percent of all students either transfer or take [Continue Reading...]

Impact Gifts: Making a Difference for Students

Impact Gifts: Making a Difference for Students

College is expensive. Finances can be a major concern for students planning to attend college. Some who come to college wonder every day where the next tuition payment will come from. Maranatha is working hard to mitigate this problem and help provide students the assurance of a fully paid semester. One of Maranatha’s recent goals [Continue Reading...]