Steve Caywood and Garrett Looney joined the staff of Sterling College earlier this month. Caywood returned to Sterling College’s physical plant to serve as director, and Looney became the coordinator of online student services.
Christopher Stump, Salem, Va., had a specific idea in mind when it came to choosing an online college—one in which he could obtain a theological degree under the direction of a reformed theological perspective. While his search was somewhat difficult, he finally found Sterling College Online—a college that met all his criteria.
Lowering tuition prices on online summer classes is causing students to take a second look at their summer plans. With over 60 percent off of the regular price, classes through Sterling College Online are $135 per credit hour for the summer 2014 sessions.