Multnomah University has taken its first step in establishing an educational presence outside Portland, Oregon. In a recent agreement with Meadows Bible Institute, effective June 30, 2008, Multnomah will begin developing a new teaching site in Reno, Nevada at the former Meadows Bible Institute facility.
Three Reasons for a Multnomah Presence in the Reno-Tahoe Area
1. No other academic institution in the region offers accredited Bible education.
2. Christians in the area will have a way to be trained for ministry in their community, or wherever God calls them to serve.
3. Multnomah can expand into a new region, broadening the scope of its ministry and continuing a 72-year heritage of high-quality biblical education.
“Our goal in the Reno-Tahoe area is to offer accredited, biblical education,” Dr. Daniel Lockwood, president of Multnomah University said. “We will start with adult education courses, as Meadows does currently, and transition into accredited coursework. Eventually, we hope to offer a graduate certificate there as well.”
Visit Multnomah University’s official blog and read Dr. Lockwood’s latest post featuring the rest of the Reno-Tahoe story.
For more information on Multnomah University’s new Reno-Tahoe location, please contact Kristin Kendall at [email protected] or 503.251.6452.
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