The Lord Provides: Maranatha Scholarships

The Lord Provides: Maranatha Scholarships

Nearly 80 percent of Maranatha students receive some type of financial aid, but many still need help to bridge the financial gap and graduate.  Institutional scholarships, given to students by the College, can be a tremendous encouragement. Relatively new scholarship programs benefit students in two of Maranatha’s core academic department, Bible and Church Ministries and [Continue Reading...]

Regional Accreditation: The Right Question

Regional Accreditation: The Right Question

U.S. News and World Report, in an article about online bachelor’s degrees, said, “… the first thing you need to know about any online school you’re considering is whether or not it is certified by one of the six national U.S. accrediting bodies. This is called regional accreditation, and it’s the highest form of accreditation [Continue Reading...]

ROTC Cadets Attend President’s Dinner

ROTC Cadets Attend President’s Dinner

Two Maranatha Army ROTC cadets and two Air Force cadets attended Maranatha’s President’s List dinner Feb. 26. The President’s List dinner is for students who achieved only A’s during the previous semester. Senior Andrew Domsic and sophomore Elijah Walters earned the honor of being invited to the table. Two of Maranatha’s Air Force cadets made [Continue Reading...]

Congressman Sensenbrenner Visits Campus

Congressman Sensenbrenner Visits Campus

U.S. Congressman F. James Sensenbrenner, who represents Wisconsin’s 5th Congressional District, visited the Maranatha campus March 8. Sensenbrenner was accompanied by several members of the college administration as well as student body president Craig Lawson and College Conservatives, Maranatha Chapter president Adam Burton. Sensenbrenner was able to speak briefly with several students as well as [Continue Reading...]

Furnari’s Study Abroad Experience Provides New Perspective

Furnari’s Study Abroad Experience Provides New Perspective

Garrett Furnari, a junior Cross-Cultural Studies major, spent the 2012 fall semester in Salamanca, Spain, through Maranatha’s Study Abroad program. Furnari’s environment completely immersed him in Spanish, and included the opportunity to audit classes at the University of Salamanca. He took Arabic, Islamic Thought, and Second Language French 1. Furnari chose these classes because of [Continue Reading...]

Study Abroad Program Combines Academics, Missions

Study Abroad Program Combines Academics, Missions

Any Maranatha student can experience a different culture firsthand by taking advantage of the Study Abroad program. “It’s a great opportunity for students to make new friends … and be a witness,” said Dr. Manuel Morales, Associate Professor of Spanish, who oversees the program. Students going to Peru take classes at César Vallejo University, which [Continue Reading...]

Bridge to Campus: Accessible, Affordable Education

Bridge to Campus: Accessible, Affordable Education

Maranatha keeps moving forward! The launch of Bridge to Campus is another giant step in our mission of developing leaders for worldwide local church ministry. The Bridge to Campus program provides a fantastic first-year experience, utilizing the latest in videoconferencing technology to allow students to attend Maranatha classes at sites closer to home. Each site [Continue Reading...]