What is Bridge to Campus?
Bridge to Campus remote learning centers are located around the world, from the Pacific isles to the high desert of Southern California and the low country of Louisiana. Ministries with like beliefs and practices host Maranatha’s classes in their learning centers. Bridge centers provide a wide range of campus experiences, from full-immersion, mentored camp ministry, to urban, commuter-style campus life. All centers are staffed with Bible-believing Christians who mentor and disciple students locally and proctor the virtual classrooms.
How Does Bridge Work?
Multiple Learning Styles
Bridge to Campus uses multiple learning styles to provide a well-rounded college experience.
- Interactive HD Virtual Classes
Interact with other students via high-definition video conferencing systems. This innovative technology brings you into a real-time college classroom. Listen, speak, ask and answer questions, and get to know fellow students—all during a regular college class!
- Online Classes
Choose from more than 100 Maranatha Online classes during your freshman year. If you have already taken a college class or are able to “test out” of a class, you will still have a substantial choice of courses that can be applied toward your degree program.
Interactive classes are offered between 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. CST on weekdays. Online coursework to meet your personalized program may be completed at any time during the day.
Quality Christian Academics
Bridge to Campus courses are taught by academically and spiritually qualified faculty to the same high standards as all Maranatha courses. Maranatha Baptist University is regionally accredited through the Higher Learning Commission. Course credits easily transfer to other schools.