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March 15, 2022 35 min

In this episode of the Higher Education, Higher Purpose podcast, host Phil Cook speaks with Chant Thompson, Executive Director at the North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals. Thompson shares his experiences at NACCAP and the changes he has witnessed during his 28 years working in higher education. He discusses his desire to build bridges between universities and families that create enriched outcomes for students and better college experiences.

“There is no reason to rush through your education. There is no reason to short circuit it in any way shape or form. Make the most of it because those years are going to go by pretty quickly.” - Chant Thompson [07:41]

What You Will Learn:

  • [01:38] What is NACCAP?
  • [03:00] Higher education today
  • [03:59] How Christian colleges are different than the public education sector
  • [06:45] How Higher Education has changed
  • [08:10] Strengths of Christian colleges and universities
  • [09:22] How have parents changed in education over the years?
  • [12:38] Campus visits are critical
  • [14:32] Working with families and recruiting 
  • [18:00] The impact of COVID-19 on Christian education
  • [21:03] The strengths of Christian colleges
  • [25:19]The future of Test-Optional
  • [27:40]Financial resources
  • [30:31]The future of higher education
  • [32:58] Building bridges to your institution
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    Resources:

    Visit our website: https://www.naccap.org

    Email us: Office@naccap.org

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