Meet Your Admissions Counselor – Nathan Collier

Zac Douglas Arts, Business, Christian Studies, Education, Experience, Health, Learning, Nursing, Purpose, Sciences, Student Life, Transfer

Admissions counselors at the University of Mobile work with students to make sure they have the college experience they’ve been looking for. Admissions counselors offer private visits, application help, scholarship advice and a friendship that will last. Graduating from UM themselves, admissions counselors bring knowledge and experience to prospective students on how the University of Mobile makes sure that you …

Where will your degree take you? Bella Sanders

Ashlyn Nichols Christian Studies, Experience, Learning, Purpose, Student Life

The University of Mobile equips students with the skills necessary to pursue their careers locally, nationally and even globally. Bella Sanders is one of those students who has the opportunity to do just that. Bella graduated from UM with her Bachelor of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies and is now pursuing her Master of Arts in Biblical & Theological …

Meet your admissions counselor – Victoria Carroll

Zac Douglas Arts, Business, Christian Studies, Education, Experience, Faith, Health, Learning, My Why, Nursing, Purpose, Sciences, Student Life

“I want students to know that they can come to me with anything. I want them to have the same experience I had. I want them to leave feeling like they received a great education and have become closer in their relationship with Christ,” said Victoria Carroll, an admissions counselor at the University of Mobile. Victoria graduated from UM in …

Meet Your UM Admissions Counselor – Breanna Steiner

Zac Douglas Arts, Business, Christian Studies, Education, Experience, Faith, Health, Learning, My Why, Nursing, Purpose, Sciences, Student Life

Breanna Steiner’s favorite part of her job is helping parents and students find a way to see the warmth and peace she experienced as a University of Mobile student. As an admissions counselor, Breanna aids students and parents in navigating the college admission process. “I once had a conversation with a mother about her son who was interested in UM. …

Why Theology?

Laiken Gendregske Christian Studies

The most frequent question I get asked as a Theology major is, “why did you choose that course of study?” I like to think I didn’t choose theology – the theology life chose me! In all seriousness, I can’t express enough my gratitude and appreciation for my professors at the University of Mobile. They have spent countless hours investing in my …

Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions Hosts Biblical Church Revitalization Conference at University of Mobile

Amber Kelley Christian Studies, News

MOBILE, Ala. – The Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions hosted a one-day conference at the University of Mobile designed to encourage and instruct church leaders on how to minister effectively in churches that are hurting, struggling or stagnant at the University of Mobile. About 35 pastors came to learn from Brian Croft, founder of Practical Shepherding Ministries and the …

Nate Carroll — Class of 2019

Amber Kelley Alumni, Christian Studies, UM Grad Success

Nate Carrol was awarded the William K. Weaver, Jr. Excellence Award, the university’s highest honor for a graduating male, at the May 2019 commencement. Here is Nate’s story:   In the Fall, I will be attending Boston College (in Boston, MA, not to be redundant) pursuing an M.A. in Philosophy. My aspirations thereafter will be to pursue a Ph.D. and …

3 Things I Learned From Leading D-Now

Isaac Andrews Christian Studies, News

Discipleship Now, also known as D-Now. When you hear that name it may bring up one of two memories: life-changing point in my relationship with Christ or that prank my friends and I pulled on our group leader during a Disciple Now student ministry weekend. What those two memories have in common are they drew you closer to someone. I …

Five Things to Consider When Finding a Church

Kyle Beshears Christian Studies Leave a Comment

Fall is an exciting season around University of Mobile. The campus is buzzing with activity as students return (or arrive for the first time) to their dorms, classes, and activities. In the flurry of activity, we can easily forget to find a church home in which we may grow while we are away from home. It is a good thing …