Criswell College receives highest possible results from accreditation review

Kendall Lyons | March 25, 2020
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) completed their 10-year reaffirmation review of Criswell College, giving the institution the highest rating possible with no recommendations for all required higher ed standards including the Quality Enhancement Plan, “Sowing Seeds of Success.” “The review by the on-site reaffirmation... Read More
An illustration of the ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses.

Criswell College Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Kendall Lyons |March 20, 2020
Criswell College is actively monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and is staying up to date on the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The college will continue to implement necessary measures as directed by the Texas Department of State Health Services, and other local, state, and federal... Read More
Students, faculty, and staff honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as they participate in Dallas' MLK parade.

Criswell College participates in Dallas MLK Parade

Kendall Lyons |January 10, 2020
For the first time, students, faculty, and staff participated in Dallas’ annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration March/Parade on Monday, January 20. Students and employees of Criswell marched together along Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, holding a banner that read “Honoring the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”... Read More
Group photo of a student trip to Israel

Student trip to Israel inspires service, fellowship

Kendall Lyons |January 3, 2020
Criswell professors Scott Bridger and Steve Hunter led a team of 16 students on a mission trip to Israel during the summer. The trip afforded the students and faculty members the opportunity to connect with members of the Israeli community and build relationships that would extend beyond the duration of... Read More
Criswell students volunteering at a local church following a tornado.

Criswell students help Dallas church damaged by tornado

Kendall Lyons |October 21, 2019
Criswell College students, along with President Barry Creamer and Vice President of Advancement Joe Wooddell, worked together to help Primera Iglesia Bautista Mexicana with clean-up in the aftermath of a tornado that left the church destroyed. On Sunday evening, October 20, an EF-3 tornado tore apart the main sanctuary and... Read More
Criswell College President Dr. Barry Creamer participating in National Hispanic Education Summit panel with Howard Payne University President Dr. Cory Hines and Dallas Baptist University President Dr. Adam Wright.

Criswell president participates in Hispanic Summit panel

Kendall LyonsOctober 2019
Criswell College President Barry Creamer participated in an institutional vision panel at the National Hispanic Education Summit on the campus of Dallas Baptist University in late October 2019. During the panel discussions, Creamer shared his thoughts on the opportunities and challenges faced by Criswell and other institutions of higher education.... Read More

Dr. Scott Bridger attends conference in Turkey

Kendall Lyons |November 15, 2019
Criswell College Global Studies and World Religions associate professor Scott Bridger attended a ministry conference in Turkey in late September. Over 150 ministry workers and leaders from North Africa and the Middle East gathered to hear speakers discuss topics related to ministry challenges, work in the region, and human trafficking.... Read More

Board meeting highlights building projects, academic affairs

Kendall Lyons |November 12, 2019

President Barry Creamer addressed the Criswell College board of trustees on institutional updates, financial business, and strategic planning on Thursday, October 31st. Creamer discussed with the board a Royce City property with expectations that the sale will be complete in the near future. Other building project updates included the residence… Read More

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