Point University Online and Point Connect classes (whether traditional, MOWR, or CGPS) will continue to operate as usual. However, professors and students should be advised that power and Internet outages may affect access to course materials and any planned face-to-face virtual classroom sessions. Professors are asked to adjust due dates for assignments as appropriate due to outages. Distance learning classes that meet on site in West Point will not meet Monday or Tuesday.


New Year, New Programs at Point University

In accordance with the Point 2020 Strategic Plan, new online graduate level programs will be added to Point University’s academic offerings in 2018. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has approved the master of science in human...

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Point Graduates December Class of 2017

On Saturday, December 16, Point University graduated 109 students at Crossroads Church in Sharpsburg, Georgia, with associate of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of arts and bachelor of business administration degrees. Point awarded two students with Hathcock...

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Point Students Serve Boys and Girls Club of Chambers County

As part of a community impact project for an organizational leadership course at Point University led by Dr. Alan Kemper, 13 senior business students spent the fall semester fundraising for and volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club of Chambers County. The class...

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