After graduating from Emmanuel College and attending the University of South Carolina Bob married Sylvia Causey McConnell in 1974. He was then employed in the steel industry for 13 years. In 1984, they bought a small business that had been in operation for 42 years. From that very small operation, God blessed them and they were able to build a very thriving business. After 21 years, they decided to sell their home and business , retire and move to the Franklin Springs area to be near their son, Kirk McConnell, and his wife, Stephanie, both of whom are Emmanuel graduates as well.
Emmanuel College has a rich history of excellence in the performing arts. Our alumni are all over the world performing, composing, and teaching music in countless secular and sacred positions.
If you are seeking a life-changing experience in a nationally-recognized and dynamic Christian college environment, we invite you to audition for Emmanuel's Music Department. Some scholarships are available as well, so make sure you audition as soon as possible.
Auditions are for High School Seniors and Juniors and Transfer Students only.
Pastor Joe Corry will speak at Emmanuel College at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17, in convocation at the John W. Swails Center.
Pastor Joe and his wife Laura are from Portadown, Northern Ireland.
We are excited you want to view the inauguration of Emmanuel College's ninth president, Ron White, Ed.D.
To view this archived event, click this link: http://portal.stretchinternet.com/ecadmin/
- Look under the image. If the ON DEMAND tab is not already selected, please click on ON DEMAND.
- You will see the event called "Presidential Inauguration."
- On the far right of that listing, click the rectangular screen icon.
Experience spiritual life at Emmanuel. Join us as we host well known apologist Sean McDowell at our Open House event. Sign up deadline is October 12.
Choose from two different days:
- 11 a.m. Convocation service
- Lunch with Sean McDowell
- Campus Tour
- 5 p.m. Dinner with Sean McDowell
- Campus Tour
- 7 p.m. Chapel service
Topics to be covered
How well can you defend your faith? What would you say if an atheist challenged your deepest convictions about God and the Bible? In this session Sean will role play an atheist, raise tough questions against the faith, and see how well the audience can defend their faith. Then Sean will step out of character and help students directly learn from the experience.
HOMOSEXUALITY: COMPASSION AND CLARITY
The issue of homosexuality is here to stay. There’s no avoiding it. The key question is how Christians will respond to this critical issue. Sean will offer a biblically informed yet gracious answer to help us respond with clarity and compassion.
WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL ABOUT PORNOGRAPHY?
Pornography is more accessible, accepted, and aggressive than ever before. It is a HUGE problem for young people, including Christian teens. This session will provide insight, hope, and direction for young people to avoid the snare of pornography.
Dr. Sean McDowell is a gifted communicator with a passion for equipping the church, and in particular young people, to make the case for the Christian faith. He connects with audiences in a tangible way through humor and stories while imparting hard evidence and logical support for viewing all areas of life through a Biblical worldview.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education. It reads:
"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance." --Legal Citation: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and its implementing regulation at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 (Title IX).
The purpose of Title IX is to insure equal access and fairness for men and women with regards to athletics, employment, admissions, financial aid, publications, educational programs, and student rights. Sexual discrimination interferes with an individual's employment or educational performance and has the purpose or effect of denying or limiting an individual's ability to participate in or benefit from the school's programs. Sexual discrimination includes sexual harassment, which also includes sexual violence.
Emmanuel College is committed to preventing sexual violence, relationship violence, and sexual harassment. Educational programs will be conducted annually by the College to (1) inform students, faculty, staff and administration about identifying sexual harassment and the problems it causes; (2) advise members of the College community about their rights and responsibilities under this policy; (3) train personnel in the administration of this policy. The Sexual Harassment / Sexual Violence Policy and Procedures will be issued to all incoming students and personnel.
Public awareness events or forums such as "Take Back the Night," the Clothesline Project, or other forums in which students disclose incidents of sexual violence, are not considered notice to the College of sexual violence for purposes of triggering its obligation to investigate any particular incident(s). Such events may, however, inform the need for campus-wide education and prevention efforts, and the College will provide information about students' Title IX rights at these events.
Additional information regarding how to respond to instances of sexual violence that also include other service providers include:
- Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault (GNESA): http://gnesa.org
- The Federal Government's "Not Alone" Website: www.notalone.gov
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE)
- Domestic abuse Helpline for Men & Women: 888-7HELPLINE (888-743-5754)
Throughout the entire process, the College prohibits retaliation against any person involved in the investigation; as a separate violation of college policy, serious sanctions, including separation from the institution may result from any act that could be reasonably deemed retaliation for participation in the process.
Likewise, the College may work with a reporting student to provide additional academic support or even withdrawing from class(es) without penalty. Requests for such changes will be considered on the basis of their appropriateness and whether the requested change is reasonably available. The College can assist students in obtaining other relief, including the issuance of a “no contact” order directing the accused not to have any further contact with the complainant, and a ban from campus of non-students alleged to have committed sexual assault on campus.