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Supporting Statements

Our name may have changed, but our historical mission remains the same: to equip men and women, through a commitment to academic excellence and spiritual vitality, for a lifetime of learning, leadership and service to the professions, society, the family and the Church, thereby preparing them to engage their cultures and advance the cause of Christ around the world. 

  • Students frequently present research at state and national conferences
  • Math students participate in international competitions and frequently score in the top 15%
  • Communications students have received four Emmys in the last five years in addition to numerous other awards
  • The nationally accredited education program remains one of the strongest in Kentucky with graduates leading state in PRAXIS exam success
  • Our alumni live in all 50 states and more than 80 countries around the globe serving humanitarian efforts, education, business, health, ministry and more
  • All of our students are required to have a cross-cultural experience before they graduate
  • Each year students travel around the world with international, all-expense paid internships
  • Study abroad trips to France, Turkey, Spain and other nations through a CCCU best semester program
  • All students, faculty and staff are committed to lifestyle standards for community life
  • Mission trips to Third World countries, at-risk neighborhoods in the U.S. and service trips to hurricane-ravaged communities
  • Our communications students travel to the Olympics to work in paid positions in helping to broadcast the Games
  • Communications and equine management students will participate in the 2010 World Equestrian Games
  • Students attend chapel three times per week
  • Traditional undergraduate, degree completion, graduate and distance learning programs are all taught within a Christian context
  • Student-led chapel services, Holiness conferences, Great Commission Congress, retreats, hall prayer and spiritual enrichment opportunities are commonplace among campus life
  • During the 2008-2009 academic year, the entire campus (students, faculty and staff) along with members of our advisory boards were encouraged to read My Utmost for His Highest, a daily devotional by Oswald Chambers