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  • WinShape announces partnership with Gardner-Webb for 2019

    WinShape Camps announced a new partnership with Gardner-Webb University that will expand its overnight camp offerings to the Carolinas starting in 2019. Early registration for the one-week boys’ and girls’ camps opened June 6, and first-time overnight campers are eligible for a 50 percent discount. “Each year, thousands of campers come to WinShape Camps to …

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  • Gardner-Webb University ranks in top 50 of best online colleges

    December 14 2016 by GWU Communications | with 0 comments
    Gardner-Webb University ranks in top 50 of best online colleges

    AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org recently recognized Gardner-Webb University among its listing of the best online colleges for 2016-2017. The university ranked 35th out of the top 50 institutions of higher education in the nation, ahead of notable programs such as Auburn University, Villanova University and New York University.

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  • Frank Page offers mental health hope to Gardner-Webb

    March 19 2015 by Gardner-Webb University communications | with 0 comments
    Frank Page offers mental health hope to Gardner-Webb

    After Gardner-Webb University alumnus Frank Page lost his daughter to suicide, he discovered a calling to help save others who are battling mental health illnesses. Page, now president and CEO of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, visited March 17 to encourage students, ministers and community members.

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  • Gardner-Webb only N.C. college to earn ‘A’ in study

    January 27 2015 by Gardner-Webb University Communications | with 0 comments
    Gardner-Webb only N.C. college to earn ‘A’ in study

    An annual study on core curriculum requirements at over 1,000 colleges and universities from all over the United States has placed Gardner-Webb University at the head of the class for the fourth year in a row. Ranked among 23 institutions with an “A” grade, Gardner-Webb is the only school in...

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  • Three N.C. Baptist colleges get service honor

    March 20 2013 by Press releases | with 0 comments
    Three N.C. Baptist colleges get service honor

    Three Baptist-affiliated colleges in North Carolina are among recipients of a national service honor.

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  • Designate one Sunday Baptist College Day

    January 30 2012 by Buddy Overman, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Designate one Sunday Baptist College Day

    North Carolina Baptist churches are encouraged to name one Sunday during February as “Baptist College Day” and to use this day to celebrate how God is at work on the campuses of the five educational institutions affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSC).

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  • Enrollment up at Baptist colleges

    November 4 2011 by BR staff | with 0 comments

    All five of the colleges and universities with ties to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina listed enrollment increases for fall. Below is a breakdown of enrollment figures and information from each institution.

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  • Gardner-Webb loses another faculty member to death

    January 13 2009 by Staff and agency writers | with 0 comments

    Funeral services for Dan Goodman, professor at Gardner-Webb University’s School of Divinity, will be 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 15, at Boiling Springs Baptist Church. Goodman, 40, died unexpectedly Jan. 13, according to school officials. He was professor and Bob D. Shepherd Chair of New Testament Interpretation.

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  • Evangelist invests in nurturing young people

    October 6 2008 by Norman Jameson, BR Editor | with 0 comments

    Clayton King started his umbrella organization — Crossroads Ministries — in his Gardner-Webb University dorm room while still a senior. Today, Crossroads Ministries employs six fulltime staff, supports two missionaries and operates a Community Discipleship Home in Boiling Springs in which up to eight young adults at a time live and work, establishing community relationships and ministry.

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