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March 15, 2022 19 min

In this episode of the Higher Education, Higher Purpose podcast, host Phil Cook speaks with Dr. Denise Cunningham, Director of Initiatives for NACCAP. Cunningham has over 20 years of experience in higher education and shares how students and families can make an informed decision when pursuing graduate schools. Cunningham founded Christiangradschools.com as a resource to give prospective students a chance to see what Christian grad schools and seminary schools are available to them.

“While education is really important, it is also important to realize we are all the same and God made us and gave us different strengths in different areas. It is just figuring out how to grow those strengths and apply them.” - Denise Cunningham [5:26]

What You Will Learn:

  • [01:00] Cunningham’s journey in higher education
  • [03:33] Graduate school decision points
  • [06:03] The unique experience of Christian grad schools
  • [07:40] Being an adult student 
  • [09:18] Finding support while in grad school
  • [10:44] Struggles while in grad school
  • [12:09] Encouraging students to utilize resources
  • [12:56] What is Christiangradschools.com
  • [13:56] Resources available on Christiangradschools.com
  • [15:57] Helping students choose a grad school
  • [17:52] Connection and community in schools
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