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Matt Searson, New Covenant Academy’s chief academic officer, signs an education agreement with Evangel University, represented by Mark Fabian, executive director of strategic partnerships and digital learning.
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Matt Searson, New Covenant Academy’s chief academic officer, signs an education agreement with Evangel University, represented by Mark Fabian, executive director of strategic partnerships and digital learning.

Evangel strikes enrollment deal with New Covenant

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Evangel University entered an enrollment deal with private Christian school New Covenant Academy.

Through the deal, NCA students, starting with the class of 2019, will be able to enroll at Evangel with a minimum 50% tuition discount for the Springfield university’s traditional undergraduate program. Students also will be eligible for online dual and concurrent enrollment options, including coursework at NCA’s campus, according to a news release.

“NCA students consistently perform at a high level and have historically been among our brightest students,” said Chris Belcher, vice president for enrollment management at Evangel, in the release. “We want to be their college of choice.”

Additionally, NCA staff members and students are eligible for a 10% tuition discount for online undergraduate or master’s degree courses through Evangel’s College of Adult & Graduate Studies. Their application fees also would be waived.

NCA, in exchange, agreed to actively promote Evangel to its students and constituent base, according to the release.

In January, Springfield Christian college preparatory school NCA launched its first day of classes at its recently completed Liberty Campus. NCA invested $2.4 million to renovate and expand Life360 Church’s former Park Crest campus, according to past Springfield Business Journal reporting.

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