Asbury Theological Seminary Announces Opportunities for Students at Cincinnati Christian University
Asbury Theological Seminary announces several opportunities for Cincinnati Christian University (CCU) graduate and undergraduate students to complete their degrees after the university publicized its closure. Seminary representatives will be on the CCU campus Nov. 11-12 to meet with students and answer specific questions.
“Cincinnati Christian has steadfastly served students for 95 years, and we are saddened by the loss of a great institution in theological higher education and empathetic for the many students who find themselves needing to overcome an unexpected obstacle in their degree pursuit,” Kevin Bish, Associate Provost and Vice President of Enrollment Management, said. “As a result, we endeavor to do whatever we can in order to assist these students in this time of transition.”
Asbury Seminary offers the following next steps for these students:
- The Seminary will work with all CCU graduate-level students to assure that a maximum number of credits be transferred according to accreditation and institutional policies.
- The Seminary will provide priority scholarship awarding with annual renewal to all CCU students.
- The Seminary will offer CCU undergraduate students the opportunity to start Asbury Seminary without having completed a Baccalaureate Degree. This exception will be made for CCU students who would desire to complete a Master’s degree that will enable them to transition directly into Asbury Seminary this coming fall.
For questions or more information, contact Liz Foster at email@example.com; 859.858.2086