A Presbyterian legacy of higher education — Nov. 15, 2021

The world is changing and so is higher education. Presbyterian colleges and campus ministries are shaping young peoples’ lives by the thousands and providing the societal uplift their founders believed was possible through a liberal arts education. This issue explores what Presbyterian higher education looks like today, who it serves and where it is headed in the future.

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The future of Presbyterian higher education PC(USA) colleges remain a viable choice for post-secondary education because of their past and plans for the future, says Jeffery E. Arnold.

A college degree for social mobility Degrees from Minority-Serving Institutions benefit students, families and communities, Bloomfield College President Marcheta P. Evans reports.

“Shaping young people by the thousands” Teri McDowell Ott interviews Marjorie Hass, the president of the Council of Independent Colleges, a Jewish scholar and the former president of two Presbyterian Church-related colleges.

Presbyterian-relatedness Steven P. O’Day and John Williams discuss what it means to be a PC(USA) college or university in a changing world.