More than you Expect

More than you Expect

Some might find the idea of attending a Bible college to become a doctor, lawyer, detective, or scientist to be an odd notion. They might also be skeptical of studying there to land a job in marketing, photography and video, international business, sports and recreation, or the military. Maranatha graduates are doing all those things. [Continue Reading...]

How to get a Head Start on College

How to get a Head Start on College

Ashton Pleasants saved time, money, and stress.  What more could you ask for? “CLEP tests and Maranatha Online classes are clearly worth the time and money,” the Maranatha sophomore from Suffolk, VA, said. “I will graduate in three years instead of four. I saved just over $16,000. In addition, my first week of college was [Continue Reading...]

Is a College Degree Worth the Investment?

Is a College Degree Worth the Investment?

Many print and web publications regularly explore the topic of whether a college education is worthwhile. This has become an even more common discussion recently.  America’s economic downturn has made answering this question a high priority for many families. When the most current evidence is examined, however, the consensus is that higher education—particularly Christian higher [Continue Reading...]

The Lord Provides: Maranatha Scholarships

The Lord Provides: Maranatha Scholarships

Nearly 80 percent of Maranatha students receive some type of financial aid, but many still need help to bridge the financial gap and graduate.  Institutional scholarships, given to students by the College, can be a tremendous encouragement. Relatively new scholarship programs benefit students in two of Maranatha’s core academic department, Bible and Church Ministries and [Continue Reading...]

Regional Accreditation: The Right Question

Regional Accreditation: The Right Question

U.S. News and World Report, in an article about online bachelor’s degrees, said, “… the first thing you need to know about any online school you’re considering is whether or not it is certified by one of the six national U.S. accrediting bodies. This is called regional accreditation, and it’s the highest form of accreditation [Continue Reading...]