What is the Christian College Consortium??
Founded in 1971, the Christian College Consortium is a group of thirteen Christian colleges and universities located across the United States who–through scholarships, conferences and exchange programs—serve the cause of Christ in higher education by encouraging and assisting one another in the pursuit of their respective missions.
How does the consortium work??
Through semester-long Consortium programs, such as the Student Visitor Program, students from member institutions study at other Consortium colleges or on off-campus and study abroad programs. In addition, the Vechery Scholarship provides annual awards to students from each Consortium member institution.
What is Cambridge House Christian Study Center??
Cambridge House Christian Study Center began with years of vision and prayer. Our programs aim to engage students, faculty, and community members. There are a variety of ways to prayerfully and financially support Cambridge House. Join our mailing list to receive Study Center updates, volunteer opportunities, and upcoming events.
What is the consortium of Humanities Centers and institutes??
The Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes is a global forum that strengthens the work of humanities centers and institutes through advocacy, grant-making, and inclusive collaboration.