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September 12, 2019
Bryan College Ranked Among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges

Bryan College recently earned four rankings in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings that lists the nation’s top achieving colleges and universities. In the report, Bryan was ranked in four categories, including: Best Regional Universities – South (#47–tie), Best Undergraduate Teaching (#31–tie), Best Value Schools (#30), and Top Performers on Social Mobility (#23–tie). From… Continue Reading Bryan College Ranked Among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges

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September 10, 2019
Alumni Spotlight: Jason Bowers (09′)

Alumni Spotlight: Jason Bowers (09′)      Major: Communications Major Bryan College alumnus Jason Bowers plans to give Rhea County the inside scoop to growing his business. Bowers recently spoke at a Fireside Chat event where he talked about starting his first business from the basement up. Bowers and his friend Matt Skudlarek started small… Continue Reading Alumni Spotlight: Jason Bowers (09′)

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September 4, 2019
Bryan College Announces Historic Tuition Reduction

Bryan College Announces Historic Tuition Reduction September 4, 2019 — Bryan College announced a new direction for students considering a private college experience: a 40% reduction in tuition. The historic reduction of $11,000 will take place with the beginning of the 2020 academic year for students enrolled in on-campus undergraduate degree programs. With the change,… Continue Reading Bryan College Announces Historic Tuition Reduction

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September 2, 2019
ROAR App Launches on Labor Day

Bryan College officially launched its new mobile app, ROAR, at the All College Picnic this Labor Day. ROAR is a free app for the Bryan College community to easily engage with on-campus events, organizations, and services. Users have the opportunity to check-in at various events and activities throughout the year to earn points, which can… Continue Reading ROAR App Launches on Labor Day

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August 21, 2019
Natasha Trethewey, Pulitzer Prize-winning Poet, to Visit Bryan Sept. 20

Critically acclaimed author, Natasha Trethewey, will visit Bryan College September 20 to share her life journey and discuss her work with faculty, students, staff, and visitors. During her visit, attendees will encounter Dr. Trethewey’s body of work that spans two decades and includes five collections of poetry and one book of creative non-fiction. “Natasha Trethewey… Continue Reading Natasha Trethewey, Pulitzer Prize-winning Poet, to Visit Bryan Sept. 20

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August 16, 2019
Omni Rehab Opens Bryan College Location

 Omni Rehab Clinic recently opened a new location at Bryan College to offer its services to athletes, students, faculty, staff, and the Dayton community. Omni Rehab was started in 2001 with the goal of providing the highest quality physical and occupational therapy to the Sequatchie Valley area. Both owners have roots at Bryan- alumnus Travis Smith… Continue Reading Omni Rehab Opens Bryan College Location

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August 10, 2019
Bryan Welcomes New Resident Directors

Bryan is pleased to welcome two new resident directors for the 2019-2020 school year—Josh Watkins and Stephen Ricketts.  Watkins is the son of Chris and Nita Watkins, former resident directors of Woodlee-Ewing during the early 1990s. After his parents moved, Watkins grew up in Toccoa, Ga., and graduated from Georgia College & State University in… Continue Reading Bryan Welcomes New Resident Directors

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July 29, 2019
International Internships Open doors for Bryan College Students

Recently, Katrina Chesney, a Bryan College student, had the opportunity to take part in an international banking internship at the corporate offices of Raiffeisen Bank in Prague, Czech Republic in May. Chesney will graduate this year with a degree in business administration with a human resources concentration, and also previously holds an associate degree in… Continue Reading International Internships Open doors for Bryan College Students

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June 10, 2019
Engineering Student Wins STEM Scholarship

Jayden Parris (Engineering, ‘22) was recently awarded the first-ever Lockheed Martin STEM scholarship. This $10,000 scholarship was granted on behalf of the Lockheed Martin Corporation, a global aerospace and advanced technologies company. Only 200 winners were chosen from a pool of over 6,300 applicants. Winners of the highly competitive scholarship were selected based on academic… Continue Reading Engineering Student Wins STEM Scholarship

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May 31, 2019
Dr. David Che Joins Vogel School of Engineering

The Vogel School of Engineering is pleased to welcome Dr. David Che as Chair and Professor of Engineering, beginning this fall. Dr. Che worked in the industry for over ten years before beginning his full-time teaching career. He has since taught for 11 years in various Christian colleges in the Midwest. His research interests include… Continue Reading Dr. David Che Joins Vogel School of Engineering

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