Attending a smaller college—such as Great Lakes Christian College—allows for the opportunity to learn in a smaller class size environment.
Small College Classes: Making the Most of Your College Experience
Incoming Freshmen: Asking the Big Questions
With their first year of college here, incoming freshmen have a wide variety of questions. College is a whole new world of various academic environments, living conditions, relationships, and[...]
What is Cross-Cultural Ministry?
Do you love the word of God? Do you like to discover new places and cultures? Do you like to discuss the bible? If you said yes to all of the above then a career in cross-cultural ministry may be[...]
College Accreditation: What It Is and Why It Matters
Attending an accredited college is vital to earning the best education possible. Understanding the accreditation process is lost on many people when they are choosing a higher education institution.
The Importance of Spiritual Development
How are today's colleges addressing spiritual development?
To remain relevant in 21st century America, colleges need to understand the desire of students to have meaning and purpose in life.
Advantages of Private Christian Colleges
Picking a college or University may be the first major decision a young adult makes in their journey toward claiming their future. It is not to be taken lightly. Therefore, let's explore the[...]
Where Do Our Values Come From?
Why do we have the values that we have? Where do they come from? And why are some many people lacking in the basic understanding of human values?
What Can You Do with an Christian Leadership & Communication Degree?
Is excellent communication important to you? Do you want to inspire others toward leadership? Are you a Christian who is being led to bring the foundation of your faith into everything you do?
We've Reduced Tuition on our Online Programs!
Great Lakes has LOWERED online tuition by $300 a class!
Every Community Needs Early Childhood Education Majors
Early Childhood Education is important. Not just for the lives of children, but for their communities as well. According to an article by Jennifer McCaffrey of Eaton RESA: