Point University will launch three new online degree programs available in the fall of 2017. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has approved an associate of science in information technology, a bachelor of science in information technology with a concentration in network administration and a bachelor of science in healthcare administration.

Committed to delivering a Christ-centered education to students, vice president for the college of graduate & professional studies, Dr. Chris Davis, led the initiative to develop the programs. “We are excited to expand our degree offerings to send our students into the marketplace with a Kingdom purpose,” said Dr. Davis. “Our new programs are in high demand for students interested in pursuing higher education.”

The new programs will be offered in a fully online format and provide a flexible, convenient education option for busy students. Point University now offers 59 options in associate, baccalaureate and masters degree programs. Those interested in learning more about Point University and available programs should contact the admissions office at admissions@point.edu.


Point Graduates Class of 2017

Last weekend, Point University graduated 170 students in two commencement ceremonies with associate of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of business administration and bachelor of arts degrees.

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More than 500 Point Students, Faculty and Staff Participate in Spring Impact Days

Point University partnered with Spring Road Christian Church, the Chattahoochee Fuller Center, Batson-Cook Construction and West Point Mayor Steve Tramell for their annual day of community service, Impact Day, on March 29, 2017. Under the theme, “Framework of Hope,” more than 400 Point students, faculty and staff along with other community members gathered in downtown West Point at the former Craft Master storefront to build the framework for two houses. The walls built will be used by the Fuller Center in constructing houses for two local families.

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Unleashed for Truth

Point University’s March Community Chapel aimed to bring to light the misconceptions that every person has about themselves, about others and about God. Christians must shine a light on what is true and what is false to be unleashed for Kingdom impact.

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