Atlantic Union vows future education

   Andrews in the News | Posted on March 7, 2018

Despite announcing their intention to close by the end of the year, Atlantic Union College is assuring students that it is still trying to find ways to deliver "higher education" in the future.

The college announced last month that it would suspend its baccalaureate program by the end of the current semester and phase out certificate programs by December due to financial instability and a lack of accreditation."

However, there is hope," reads a newsletter sent to students last week. "The Feasibility Study Committee is scheduled to meet in early March to confer on a model of delivering higher education in the Atlantic Union that will also serve the greater system of higher education in the Seventh-day Adventist educational ministry."

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