Christian at its core, Emmanuel College in Franklin County, Georgia seeks to prepare students both academically and spiritually.
Students may undertake bachelor’s degrees in Christian Ministry, Worship, Music Ministry or Church Music.
As a Pentecostal school, however, Emmanuel also offers secular degrees in such fields as Biology, Music, Pre-law, Psychology, Teacher Education and Business. In addition to the four-year degrees, Emmanuel offers several two-year programs as well.
Regardless of one’s major field of study, classes, instructors and activities at Emmanuel are always aiming to integrate Christian principles into all aspects of the learning process.
Student life also revolves around Christian values. Students engage in everything from Bible study to community ministries to community service ventures like tutoring children or ministering to the poor.
There are also numerous activities for purely recreational purposes including intercollegiate golf, volleyball, cross-country, baseball and other sports.
Since it is a small school, students have plenty of opportunities to get to know one another and make lasting friendships.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Loans, grants and scholarships are a few of the available forms of aid. For more information, contact Emmanuel College today.
Quick Facts about Emmanuel College
Small Town Setting
Pentecostal Holiness Church
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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- South Carolina
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