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University names VP of undergraduate academics

July 28, 2015
An experienced business faculty member at a local college has been named vice president of traditional undergraduate academics as part a new team-based administrative structure. Read More

Cornerstone University names VP of adult learning

July 20, 2015
An experienced administrator and faculty member has been selected to oversee adult learning and a biblical seminary at Cornerstone University. Read More

Cornerstone University names EVP of academics

June 29, 2015
A man with more than 28 years of experience in higher education is the new executive vice president for academics at Cornerstone University and dean of its Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. Read More

Teams tackle project management competition

Students were asked to make college tuition more affordable in Michigan.

April 17, 2015
A team of project managers from Cornerstone University might find their college tuition is a bit more affordable. Read More

University hosts Nuveen Asset Management exec

March 12, 2015
A university is bringing an economist and executive to campus next week to share his experience and perspective as a Christian businessperson. Read More

Cornerstone University to launch seven programs in 2015

Many are based on West Michigan labor-market opportunities.

November 7, 2014
The liberal arts core at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids is expanding next fall with the addition of several new majors and concentrations. Read More

University builds $1.2M stained-glass windows

October 20, 2014
A Danish artist is shedding light on a university’s planned $15-million chapel by creating a $1.2-million set of handcrafted stained-glass windows with about 4,000 pieces of glass. Read More

Officers arrest radio host

June 23, 2014
| By AP
A host at a local Christian radio station was recently arrested Up North by officers from three agencies after an investigation. Read More

University wins injunction over contraception mandate

May 22, 2014
| By AP
A judge has granted a temporary injunction to two Christian colleges that halts a federal mandate requiring them to provide insurance coverage for certain contraceptives. Read More

University closes curtain on theater program

April 3, 2014
After careful consideration, a local university is discontinuing its academic theater program. Read More