Advance Magazine Fall 2011

The CCCU Advance is the magazine of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities. Published in the spring and fall of each year, the CCCU Advance covers the news and people of Christ-centered higher education.
Money Management, Recession Style | Page 18

COVER: Money Management, Recession Style
Tuition, Financial Aid Increase at CCCU Member Universities
By Joy Pullmann

Web Resource Inside Higher Ed’s story about CCCU affiliate Point University’s decision to relocate from metropolitan Atlanta to small town West Point, Georgia: “Following Kia Across Georgia
Web Resource The complete research report for the study Is a Christian College Education ‘Worth It’?: Worldview Development Among Christian College Students as a Model for the Larger Academy

Survey Says: Give Me a Live Person When Crunching Numbers! | Page 24Survey Says: Give Me a Live Person When Crunching Numbers!
Reaction and Response to the Deparment of Education's Net Price Calculator
By Heidi Raass Spencer
Christ-Centered Higher Education Isn't Only for Tranditional On-Campus Students | Page 30Christ-Centered Higher Education Isn't Only for Tranditional On-Campus Students
Finding New Models for Keeping 'Christ-Centered' in Education for Students Who Spend Little Time on Campus
By Luke Reiter
Web Resource From the Marine Corps to College Undergrad, by André Bordeaux, Azusa Pacific University ‘12

As Goes the Church, So Goes the CCCU? | Page 34As Goes the Church, So Goes the CCCU?
Exploring the Implications of People's Changing Relationship with Churches
By Rebecca Rine
Web Resource Reading list for recent scholarship related to religion and denominational identity in higher education, compiled by Perry Glanzer, Associate Professor of Educational Foundations, Baylor University
Web Resource

Insights from the 2009 Market Research: Church and Youth Leaders Do Not Know Our Institutions Well Enough, by Thomas E. McWhertor, CCCU Senior Fellow

Reorganizing Campus Departments Cn Be Another Tool in the Enrollment Toolbox | Page 44Reorganizing Campus Departments Can Be Another Tool in the Enrollment Toolbox
Adjusting for the Market Might Mean Revamping Institutional Organizational Structure
By Jessica Shumaker
From the President
By Paul R. Corts
By Ashley Walters
Editor's Note
By Kami L. Rice
Faith & Learning
Around the Council
The news of the CCCU offices
Web resource Purchase: Caring for the President
Web resource Purchase: Nature and Consequences of Weak Financial Markets in Reconstructing Postwar Economies: The Liberian Case

Going Global

Web Resource Complete list of participants in the CCCU- and Nagal-sponsored Faculty Development Seminar in China during June 2011

From Capitol Hill
By Shapri D. LoMaglio

The Last Word
Q&A with Father Michael Scanlan

Web Resource Complete interview with Father Michael Scanlan

On the Shelf

Web resource Purchase: Mathematics Through the Eyes of Faith
By James Bradley & Russell Howell (HarperOne, sponsored by the CCCU, 2011)
Web resource Purchase: Joining the Mission: A Guide for (Mainly) New College Faculty
By Susan VanZanten (Eerdmans, 2011)
Web resource Purchase: Transformations at the Edge of the World: Forming Global Christians through the Study Abroad Experience
Edited by Ronald J. Morgan and Cynthia Toms Smedley (Abilene Christian University Press, 2010)
Web resource Purchase: Old Main: Small Colleges in Twenty-First Century America
By Samuel Schuman (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008)
Web resource Purchase: Seven Days in Utopia: Golf's Sacred Journey
By David L. Cook (Zondervan, 2011)
Web resource Purchase: The Heavens: Intimate Moments with Your Majestic God
By Kevin Hartnett (Thomas Nelson, 2011)
Web resource Purchase: Elegy for Trains
By Benjamin Myers (Village Books Press, 2010)
Web Resource Complete Q&A with Mustafa Akyol, BestSemester Middle East Studies Program speaker and author of Islam without Extremes: A Muslim Case for Liberty
Web resource Purchase: Islam without Extremes: A Muslim Case for Liberty
By Mustafa Akyol (W.W. Norton & Company, 2011)
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