The prestigious Presidential Honor's List for Conference Carolinas includes 209 student athletes from Emmanuel College for Fall 2014.
This distinction recognizes student athletes who have succeeded in the classroom by finishing with a 3.2 grade point average or higher on a 4.0 grading scale.
"Emmanuel College is honored to be a part of a conference making greater strides towards success in the classroom as well as competitive athletics," says Nate Moorman, EC's Athletic Director.
Pause for Pastors, the latest release in the Pause series by Chris Maxwell, includes stories from many alumni and friends of Emmanuel College, where he serves as campus pastor and director of spiritual life.
This third book focuses on finding still waters in the storm of ministry.
Emmanuel College is honored to bring back Lee Grady as the New Beginnings Weekend speaker January 8-11, 2015, in the John W. Swails Center.
For the sixth consecutive year, Emmanuel College is named a Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life.
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Tiffany Dawn, author of The Insatiable Quest for Beauty, speaks in EC's convocation on November 4 at 11 a.m.
Using her gift of music, Dawn shares her testimony of her battle with herself while finding her self-esteem in a world where the media begs young ladies to find themselves in material things over the love of God.
EC President Ron White was interviewed by the IPHC on October 3, 2014, the day before his title changed from interim president to president.
Click here to listen as he shares about the importance of Christian higher education as well as his vision for Emmanuel College: iphc.org/podcast/iphc-leadership-cast-ep-10.
The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce names Emmanuel College as the Member of the Month for October 2014.
"Emmanuel was voted as Member of the Month for October 2014 to coincide with their homecoming and the college’s 95th Year Celebration," says Mrs. April James, Chair of the Franklin County Chamber Membership Committee as well as their 2nd Vice President.