The 2017 summer SERVEteams are currently without leadership following the departure of department head Kevin Borger. The teams are heading into the summer with no replacement.
Starting this summer, MNU will host The Call, a one-week youth theology institute. Designed and led by Ron Jackson, institute director and assistant professor of youth and family ministry, The Call is a youth theology institute for high school juniors and seniors attempting to explore their call to ministry.
Last October, MNU announced the launch of a $61 million initiative to provide funding for various academic programs, capital projects and university support projects. Since July 2015, the program has raised $29.2 million.
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MidAmerica's board of trustees is in the process of assessing which departments and programs on campus will receive changes in funding, coming into effect in the 2016 spring semester.
During MidAmericaâs 50th Anniversary Grand Celebration Dinner on October 21, MNU announced a $61 million fundraising campaign to build a new student center, football stadium and athletic complex.
MidAmerica's Spiritual Life Department has instituted a new spiritual life program this year, involving a new system of points with an emphasis on Tuesday chapels and a new vision for the spiritual formation of the campus as a whole.
The Mabee Learning Commons is continuing to add new resources and services for students as a continuation of their summer renovations.
This summer, Mabee Library is scheduled for a first-floor renovation, a name change, a new academic support center and the launch of MidAmericaâs Career and Life Calling office.
Familiar faces are set to take on new roles at MidAmerica, bringing changes including a new adviser for Associated Student Government, campus officials said on Monday.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - As the final seconds ticked away in the NAIA Division I Women's National Championship game, the five Pioneers on the floor embraced as the crowd counted down.
Never before done at MNU, the Scholarship Challenge Weekend on Jan. 22-23 invited high school seniors to compete for full tuition for the 2016-17 school year. High school seniors who had a 3.75 GPA and a 27 ACT were able to participate in this challenge.