To MBC Students:

Today, our crisis response team in coordination with our administration, met to discuss how we can best serve our students in this time of national disruption because of the coronavirus. Certainly, the events of the last couple of weeks have been unusual and unprecedented. We have been actively monitoring both public policy and private operational decisions of other similar institutions.

After carefully weighing the many variables as well as soliciting input from our staff and faculty, we have decided that we will finish the spring 2020 semester in a fully online mode. 500 Internal Server Error

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We will still resume classes on Monday, March 30, in a live and fully participatory online mode (details below). Your class schedule will remain the same! Classes will be held on the same days and times, and the attendance policy remains unchanged. Despite this change of modality, we are fully committed to delivering the high-quality educational content you expect and MBC is known for. We are also committed to helping you finish the semester successfully. Thank you for your prayers and patience with us during this time. We love you and are upholding you and your families before the Father daily.

Continue reading for a FAQ list which we hope will help answer the many questions that will undoubtedly arise from this decision. If there are other questions you have or other ways we can be of service to you, please do not hesitate to contact one of us. We will be reaching out to each student individually.

Ryan Ward
President

Austin Ruhl