Posts Tagged ‘News 2017’

Eastern Nazarene College, Trevecca Nazarene University announce semester exchange program

October 17, 2017

Thanks to Eastern Nazarene’s partnership with Trevecca Nazarene University, Eastern students will soon be able to spend a semester studying in Nashville, Tenn. Students enrolled at Eastern will now have the opportunity to live, learn and explore Nashville without transferring. Eastern and Trevecca officials recently announced this semester exchange program, which will be available to…

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Eastern student is the first in New England to use assistive glasses

October 11, 2017

Eastern Nazarene College freshmen Cullen Gallagher is the first in New England to use cutting-edge assistive glasses for the blind, known as Aira glasses. “It’s really great, I want people to know how awesome it is,” said Gallagher. Aira glasses are designed to help the blind and visually impaired. A camera close to the eye…

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Report names Eastern No. 2 Best Small College in Massachusetts

September 28, 2017

Eastern Nazarene College has been named #2 Best Small College in Massachusetts by Eastern’s low cost and low admissions rate combined with the school’s high graduation rate, helped earn the number two spot. After looking at looking at 32 different institutions of higher education in Massachusetts, with enrollment of less than 2,000 students, various…

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Eastern Nazarene College announces lower tuition rates for Fall 2018

September 26, 2017

A world-class Christian liberal arts education just got a little more affordable today when Eastern Nazarene College announced a decrease in tuition costs. Tuition rates will be adjusted to align with those of Trevecca Nazarene University, Eastern’s partner school located in Nashville, Tenn. The adjustment will take effect next fall, with the incoming class of…

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Alum works to reduce poverty and incarceration

September 25, 2017

Since graduating in May, Eastern Nazarene alum, Dan Compitiello, has been working with Roca, a nonprofit organization working to disrupt the cycle of incarceration and poverty in over 20 communities in Massachusetts. “This work is extremely important to me. Since entering ENC, I felt called to a life of serving the most vulnerable populations on…

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Eastern Nazarene releases statement on DACA decision

September 5, 2017

As a Christian college, Eastern exists to educate all students who choose to continue their education in our community. We desire to invest in, mentor and support our students as part of our mission to provide a quality liberal arts education to students of all ages. Echoing the statements issued earlier this year by the Church…

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ENC Ranked 19th Among Top US Christian Colleges

July 7, 2017

Theology Degrees recently ranked Eastern Nazarene College 19th among the top 50 Christian colleges and universities in the United States for 2017-2018. This top ranking presents protestant evangelical schools that feature a great Christian education as well as top academic degree programs. Related content:

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ENC Names Lynne Bollinger Chaplain

June 9, 2017

Eastern Nazarene College has named Rev. Lynne Bollinger as the college’s new chaplain, President-elect Dr. Dan Boone announced today. “Lynne possesses a natural ability to connect with the diverse student body at ENC,” Boone said. “Her studies and experience across cultures has prepared her to minister to the most ethnically diverse Nazarene student body in…

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Men’s Tennis Going To The Finals

May 4, 2017

Competing in its seventh-straight Commonwealth Coast Conference Tournament, the top-seeded Eastern Nazarene College men’s tennis team topped fourth-seeded Roger Williams 5-4 in the CCC semifinals May 3 at the ENC Tennis Courts. The Lions advance to the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship match for the first time in program history and will host second-seeded Nichols in…

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ENC Launches True to ENC Campaign

April 13, 2017

Last week the college launched its True to ENC Campaign, asking for 1,000 gifts by Commencement – May 6, 2017. If achieved, the college will receive an additional $100,000 from generous donors. Set up a recurring gift for ENC at and make a difference for students in years to come. For more information and to hear…

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