Asbury Reaches Out to Mid-Continent Students

Howard Dayton School of Business
Asbury University - which recently launched the one-of-a-kind Howard Dayton School of Business - has five schools and more than 50 majors offered through traditional undergraduate, degree-completion, online and graduate programs.

WILMORE, Ky. — Asbury University is coming alongside Mid-Continent University to support its students during a time of transition as Mid-Continent closes its doors. Transfer advisors, both for traditional undergraduate students (jackie.neal@asbury.edu) and degree-completion and online students (josh.fee@asbury.edu), are standing by to guide students through the application process.

Scholarship funds have been set aside specifically for Mid-Continent students; in addition, advisors will review each individual’s financial-aid package and help determine additional state or federal scholarships and grants for which they may qualify.

Between its traditional undergraduate, online and degree-completion programs, Asbury offers an array of choices to Mid-Continent students who wish to finish their education with another Christian institution.

“As a sister institution, we share in the challenges of other Christian universities and want to stand ready to help in any way we can to help the students further their education,” said Dr. Sandra Gray, president of Asbury University.

Asbury University is a Christian liberal arts institution with a vibrant residential campus, expanding degree-completion and online course offerings.

For more information about Asbury University's degree-completion and online courses, please contact josh.fee@asbury.edu or visit our Graduate and Professional Studies site.

For more information about Asbury's residential undergraduate programs, e-mail jackie.neal@asbury.edu or visit our Admissions site.

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