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Central Christian College Of Kansas

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Causes: Education, Undergraduate Colleges

Mission: Christ centered education for character

Programs: Instruction & academic support - central christian college of kansas is a four-year liberal arts college providing higher education opportunities leading to one of 10 degrees in 32 major areas. Instruction and library services are provided for 545 full-time and 184 part-time students. Courses are taught by 23 full-time instructors and 20 who are part-time. Nearly 53% of the students attending central christian college of kansas receive some type of scholarship.

student services - the student services arm of cental christian college of kansas actively provides services to all students in the areas of academic advising, career guidance, counseling, residence life, student government, and intercollegiate athletics. The adminstration of the financial aid office is an important function under the student services program. The admissions office also operates under this program to ensure a steady enrollment of new students at the college. The various intercollegiate athletics are a vital part of student services because a large majority of the enrolled students are athletes.

auxiliary enterprises - central christian college of kansas is a residential campus and operates four dormitories and a food service facility. These housing and food services are provided to 226 students, approximately 43% of the full-time enrollment. A snack bar, coffee shop, campus store, and some recreational facilites are available to students.

institutional support - for central christian college of kansas is provided by the various administrative offices including president, business office, and the development office. In addition to providing the general administration of the institution, these support offices are also instrumental in raising the additional contributed funds that are necessary for continued existence of the college.

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