Three Time Management Tips for Adult Students

Posted by Mendy Smith on Dec 10, 2015 8:00:00 AM

“Full-time grad school? Are you crazy? Why are you doing this to yourself?” my friends would ask. When I decided to enter a Master’s program, it was impulsive: I needed a career change and wanted a new challenge. I jumped right in to it, dragging along my family, my job, and a full calendar of music lessons, PTO events, etc.!I found out that my class schedule was roughly equivalent to adding on a new part-time job. That’s a big commitment and it required me to learn some quick lessons in time management!

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Topics: Internship and Job Opportunities, Campus Life, ENC Life

World Religions - Honors Experience

Posted by Dr. David Restrick on Dec 1, 2015 1:48:14 PM

One of the highlights of working with the World Religions – Honors class is being able to visit several religious sites around the Boston area to experience first-hand how followers of other faiths practice their faith. This practice was established several years ago when Dr. Eric Severson was a professor here at ENC, and in addition to maintaining contact with the various religious leaders, he has also traveled back to ENC to guide us on our visits.

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Topics: Education, Faith, Academics, ENC Life, Christian Community

Why Go To A College Far From Home

Posted by ENC on Nov 11, 2015 3:17:36 PM

Going to a college far away from home is an idea most students love to entertain for one reason only, and that is to have the freedom to do what they want. A college environment in itself does more than give the individual student freedom; it also equips them with the skills necessary to enter their field of choice with confidence. Below are three main reasons why you should consider going to a college far from home.

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Topics: Education, Campus Life, ENC Life, Christian Community

Why Is Diversity Important On College Campuses?

Posted by ENC on Jul 28, 2015 2:00:00 PM

When students are asked what they hope to get out of college, they usually give one of these two answers. The first is to get a good job after college while the second is figuring out who they are as individuals. Being a part of a diverse campus gives students the advantage of achieving both goals.

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Topics: Campus Life, ENC Life

Life Mirrors Art - Art Mirrors Life

Posted by ENC on Feb 27, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Theatre is more than just talented people on stage wearing costumes; colorful lights accenting a beautiful set design and music and voice together providing a rich, sensory experience. Tara Brooke Watkins, Creator and Artistic Director of “The Bible Women's Project” believe that life and art together change people’s lives in a powerful way. Here’s what she has to say about why life and art merge amazingly well.  

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Topics: Campus Life, ENC Life

Faith and Learning - A Great Combination!

Posted by ENC on Feb 26, 2015 2:00:00 PM

Why should faith and learning be combined? Because faith and life are combined!

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Topics: Faith, Academics, Chapel, Campus Life, ENC Life, Spiritual Life at ENC, Christian Community

Eastern Nazarene College – A Christian College Near the Heart of Boston

Posted by ENC on Jan 16, 2015 10:27:00 AM

Boston is full of colleges. In fact, over 100 colleges and universities are located in the metropolitan Boston area, more than anywhere else in the entire world. Boston is widely known as “America’s College Town” because of the influx of undergraduate and graduate students coming to the Boston area from all over the world. As the locals say, it’s a “wicked cool” place to be. 

Did You Know?

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Topics: Boston and Quincy Opportunities, Campus Life, ENC Life

6 Questions To Consider About College Life

Posted by ENC on Jan 16, 2015 10:19:03 AM

As a high school student, thinking about what you want in a college experience can be both difficult and exciting all at the same time. Colleges and universities have a unique blend of students and faculty from around the country and around the world, providing an environment unlike many others. Students are focused on graduating and receiving their degree, but also want to enjoy their experience in the process!

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Topics: Campus Life, ENC Life