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Finding the college that is the “perfect fit” can feel like an impossible task. We get it. So we took to social media to ask our students and alumni “Why did you pick Messiah University?” Here is what they said.
Bethel Athletic Director Tony Natali is pleased to announce the addition of Varsity Men's Volleyball to Pilot athletic programs at Bethel University. Recruitment of a team will begin in Fall 2021 for intercollegiate competition in Fall 2022. The addition of Men's Volleyball will bring Bethel's total to 25 varsity programs and 31 total intercollegiate teams. The Pilots most recently added Esports in Fall 2019, and Men's and Women's Bowling, as well as Men's and Women's Swimming, in Fall 2018.
Today, members of Bethel University’s esports team, along with President Gregg A. Chenoweth, Ph.D., celebrated the ribbon cutting of the $1 million Bendix E-Sports Arena, located in the Century Center in South Bend. The new 6,000 square foot arena features a 36 PC gaming center, Nintendo and Xbox gaming stations and a 600-seat theater capable of hosting regional and national e-sports events. This space, just about 10 min. from campus, will be home to BU’s co-ed esports team.
The maritime industry is ever-growing and ever-changing. There are so many paths you can choose both on and offshore, and every path requires you to earn and maintain different levels of licenses, endorsements, and education. Determining your passions in the industry is the first step in charting your course. Understanding the basics can help you make those life-changing decisions, which is why NMI is here to help guide you through the process of pursuing your ultimate maritime goals.
Rochester University School of Business is offering four new or revised majors targeted to expanding sectors in industry that are seeking skilled employees.
“We’re responding to trends in the business world. Our business advisory boards and institutional data show us that employers in these fields are looking for skilled, ethical employees,” said Danette Cagnet, director of the School of Business. “And our students are interested in working in jobs where they can serve others and make a difference in their communities. We’re excited to launch these majors.”
One of the hallmarks of NMI’s College of Maritime Science is the co-op program, also known as Summer at Sea, which is included as an integral part of the degree program for Applied Science in Nautical Science. This unique experience consists of two 90 day co-ops, usually taking place in the summer, in which students are able to gain hands-on experience in the maritime industry working on commercial vessels, while also completing required credits for their degree. NMI works hard to maintain and secure partnerships and opportunities with the top companies of the industry.