Thirteen beribboned, hardhat-topped, golden shovels standing upright in a dirt pile in preparation for the Residence Hall Groundbreaking Ceremony

Criswell breaks ground on new dorm to house students

Kendall Lyons |August 23, 2019
For the first time in its almost 50-year history, Criswell College broke ground August 14 on an on-campus residence hall that will house over 100 undergraduate students beginning fall 2020. Donors and trustees joined Criswell College President Barry Creamer to commemorate the beginning of construction on the $11.6 million project.... Read More

Trustees approve May graduates, Christopher Graham as Vice President of Academic Affairs

Rob Collingsworth | May 9, 2019

The Criswell College board of trustees gathered on campus for their biannual meeting April 25 to conduct college business and hear a report from president Barry Creamer on the status of the school. Creamer updated the board regarding the college’s Home is Here 2020 initiative, an expansive plan to create… Read More

Solid financial report, distinctive program initiative highlights of Fall board meeting

Rob Collingsworth | October 29, 2018

President Barry Creamer opened the Fall trustee meeting Thursday, October 25th with prayer and an update on the college’s finances. This included progress on the sale of the college’s Royse City property and news regarding the sale of the college’s stake in its radio station, KCBI, as well as the… Read More

Anonymous donor gives $5 million to Criswell College, largest gift in school’s history

Rob Collingsworth | June 25, 2018

Criswell College president Barry Creamer announced Monday the receipt of a $5 million commitment that will serve as the lead gift for the college’s first-ever residence hall, tentatively set to break ground in the spring of 2019.

“This is the most significant thing to happen since…


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