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Remembering the Apollo 11 Mission: 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing

By John Thomas Justus | 07/20/2019

July 20, 1969. The world held its breath as two astronauts made the perilous journey to the lunar surface. No doubt Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin were about to make the history. The question was how. Being the first time that humans had ever stepped on another world, the task of landing on the…



“You’ll hear it here,” says Dean of Humanities

By Jenny Gregory | 06/25/2019

“The fact that they (Congress) would authorize the publication of the Bible…you don’t hear that in other schools, but you’ll hear it here,” said Dr. Michael Justus, Dean and Professor of History for The Conrad Grebel School of The Humanities.

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STEM Professor Explains Importance of Biblical Worldview

By Jenny Gregory | 06/11/2019

“Having this Biblical worldview helps us understand things like disease, death, pain and suffering–are all a result of living in this fallen world,” said Dr. Andrew Fabich, Associate Professor of Microbiology.


Prayer Before the Storm: Remembering D-Day

By John Thomas Justus | 06/06/2019

Seventy-five years ago, today, the Allies of World War II undertook the most ambitious and perilous offensive in world history. Over 150,000 troops stormed five beachheads in Normandy, France in an attempt to break through the entrenched German defenses. The Germans had successfully pushed out the British only four years before at Dunkirk and were…

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Truett McConnell University Offers New Criminal Justice Degree Concentrations

By Jenny Gregory | 06/03/2019

New criminal justice degree concentrations will be offered through Truett McConnell University’s (TMU) Michael Sattler School of Public Service beginning fall semester 2019. Along with the general Criminal Justice concentration, prospective students interested in the criminal justice degree will now have the opportunity to focus on concentrations in forensic psychology, forensic science – biology, forensic science…


Truett McConnell Ranks Third for Best Online Colleges in Georgia

By Jenny Gregory | 05/30/2019

CLEVELAND, Ga. – While the online program at Truett McConnell University (TMU) has not yet met the ten-year mark, the university was recently ranked third in best online college programs in Georgia. The distinction was made by EDsmart with consideration of over 70 public colleges, universities, and technical colleges, and more than 45 private institutions.…

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Tony Perkins Speaks to Largest Graduating Class in TMU History

By Jenny Gregory | 05/13/2019

Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council, ordained minister, USMC veteran, and nationally recognized speaker delivered Truett McConnell University’s (TMU) commencement address to 143 bachelor’s and master’s degree candidates, Saturday, May 11. The class of 2019 carried great significance, not only as the school’s largest graduating class but as the 70th anniversary of our…

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Tony Perkins to Speak at 70th Commencement Ceremony, Largest Class in History

By Jenny Gregory | 04/29/2019

Truett McConnell University (TMU) announces Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council and nationally recognized speaker, as the 2019 commencement speaker on Saturday, May 11. Perkins, who is an ordained minister and veteran of the USMC, frequently appears as a guest on national news programs and talk shows. Recognized as the leading conservative and…


Truett McConnell Students Honored for Academic Excellence

By Jenny Gregory | 04/23/2019

Truett McConnell University (TMU) honored students, faculty, and staff for their achievements during the 2018-2019 Honor’s Day awards on April 22. TMU acknowledged 51 students who were members of the President’s List, the Dean’s List, or both for five consecutive semesters. Ten students, who maintained a 4.0 GPA, joined the President’s Club. The Dean’s List…

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