“For the first time in our history, U.S. News & World Report ranks Emmanuel College as tier one among private colleges. That’s the highest level of achievement. They also name us one of the Best Regional Colleges in the South,” EC President Michael Stewart says.
(FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga.)—Congratulations to Emmanuel College’s Vice President for Finance, Dr. Kevin Crawford, and Volleyball Coach Mindy Crawford on being inducted into the Hall of Fame at Lincoln Christian University in Illinois on Saturday, Feb. 16.
The two are being honored for their significant accomplishments in the LCU Red Lions Women’s Volleyball Program.
Actor Brad Sherrill presents his new adaptation and live performance of Red Letter Jesus on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. in the Emmanuel College Swails Center in Franklin Springs, Ga.
This free CAP event is open to the public, and doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Reprinted with permission from Charisma, January 2012. Copyright Charisma Media, USA. All rights reserved. www.charismamag.com
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Emmanuel College’s first Wednesday night chapel service of spring semester included baptizing 13 people at the Roberson Aquatic Center in the College’s new Athletic Center.
This is the first baptism service in the new facility since it opened during fall semester. In the past, baptisms on campus have taken place at the outdoor campus pool and the indoor baptismal pool at nearby Franklin Springs PH Church.
With a capacity crowd for history in the making, Emmanuel College welcomed 1,200 people to the Dedication Ceremony of its new Athletic Center on Saturday, Oct. 6, during Homecoming Weekend 2012.
It is the policy of Emmanuel College to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. Federal law (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) established the rights of individuals with disabilities. Emmanuel College shall comply with all applicable federal laws and regulations regarding reasonable accommodations needed to provide equal opportunity to qualified individuals with disabilities.
Each year more high school students with disabilities are planning to continue their education at institutions of higher education, such as Emmanuel College. As a student with a disability, students entering college need to be well informed about changes in their rights and responsibilities as well as the rights and responsibilities afforded by the College. A student who is well informed will help to ensure a full opportunity to enjoy the benefits of the postsecondary education experience without confusion or delay. Prospective students with disabilities are encouraged to contact or visit Emmanuel College Disability Services in their junior or senior years in high school in order to find out more about disability services at the college level.
There is often a misperception by students entering college and their parents that postsecondary schools and school districts have the same responsibilities in regard to provision of academic adjustments for students with disabilities. This is often not the case; the responsibilities of postsecondary schools are significantly different from those of school districts at the secondary level. Also, the responsibilities of students with disabilities are significantly different as well. As a student with a disability enters the college setting, it is in their best interest to know their rights and responsibilities and the rights and responsibilities of the postsecondary schools under Section 504 and Title II. Doing so will improve the opportunity to succeed in a postsecondary education.
For more information, please contact Sean Williamson, Director of Disability Services, at 706-245-2881 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Emmanuel College is honored to be named a Military Friendly School for the fourth consecutive year by G.I. Jobs, the premier magazine for military personnel transitioning into civilian life.
Emmanuel is VA approved and offers flexibility and financial benefits for military and veteran students.
After a review of 8,000 schools nationwide, the list includes those top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools working to educate military and veteran students.
Austina Jordan, Emmanuel College’s Director of Library Services, is participating in the 2012-13 College Library Directors Mentor Program.
Jordan has been a librarian at Emmanuel since 2007 and was promoted to director this year. She is paired with mentor Oakley Coburn, Library Dean at Wofford College.
Jordan says this opportunity affords her the opportunity to learn from another library director who has several years of experience and knowledge.