Boyce College waives application fees, offers assistance to Mid-Continent students
Boyce College is waiving application fees and offering other assistance to Mid-Continent University students who desire to continue their education. Mid-Continent will close in June, university officials announced this month.
“Boyce College is well-equipped to serve a significant number of Mid-Continent University students who are looking for transfer options to complete their programs of study,” said Matthew J. Hall, vice president for academic services at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Boyce is the undergraduate school of Southern, the flagship seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention.
“Both through our residential offerings as well as 100 percent online options, we are eager to welcome any MCU students who God calls to study here,” Hall added.
In addition to waiving the application fee, Mid-Continent students interested in transferring to Boyce are offered:
-- a free two-night stay and meals for a campus visit;
-- free and expedited transcript evaluations;
-- the maximum number of transfer hours permitted by Boyce’s accrediting agencies to ensure the clearest path to graduation.
Boyce College — with a student enrollment of more than 800, the highest in its history — trains men and women to serve the church and engage the culture with the gospel of Christ through a variety of ministry-focused and vocational-focused baccalaureate programs.