ANDERSON, S.C. (courtesy andersonuniversity.edu) — Anderson University Online and Continuous Learning recently partnered with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) in offering a tuition grant and priority access to professional development for employees who are looking to advance their education. The partnership collaboration is intended to provide educational opportunities for employees of BGEA.
“More than just a tuition benefit for our array of strong online and hybrid undergraduate and graduate degrees, a Preferred Partnership involves dedication to meeting a full range of professional learning needs and using feedback to strengthen programs,” said Dr. Josh Herron, Dean of Online and Continuous Learning. As Preferred Partners with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, employees are eligible to participate in more than 30 academic programs as well as customized and on-demand, non-credit professional development offerings.
All employees and members of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association may receive:
- Tuition grants up to $475 for full-time undergraduate enrollment and $400 for full-time graduate enrollment;
- Early access to any Anderson University Continuous Learning opportunities, including professional development workshops, certificate programs and K12 student camp information; and
- Dedicated enrollment counselors and Academic Success Advisors to provide guidance from application to graduation.
“The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is one of the premier ministry organizations in the world, and we are delighted to enter into a partnership with them,” said Dr. Michael Duduit, dean of College of Christian Studies and Clamp Divinity School. “Through Clamp Divinity School and the College of Christian Studies—in addition to other colleges and schools at Anderson University—we will have the opportunity to provide a variety of training resources for BGEA leadership and staff.”