Apr 9, 2010
Contemporary Music Center Moves to Nashville
posted under NEWS STORY
The Contemporary Music Center (CMC), a BestSemester program of the CCCU, will be changing location from Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., to Nashville, Tenn., beginning with the fall 2010 semester.
“The new program location will feature an expanded music building and apartment style student housing,” says CMC Director Warren Pettit. “Our program curriculum, while operating in Nashville, will enhance the student experience with access to a huge talent pool of industry professionals.”
As details are confirmed more information will be posted on BestSemester.com and on CCCU.org.. In the meantime, questions or comments may be directed to email@example.com or the BestSemester Campus Relations Manager Danara Schurch at 202-548-5201.
The start and end dates of the semesters have also changed to the following:
Start Date: Saturday, September 4th, 2010
End Date: Friday, December 10th
Start Date: Saturday, January 15th, 2011
End Date: Friday, April 22nd, 2011
For more information on the CMC, visit: http://www.bestsemester.com/cmc/
The 12 semester- or summer-long student programs offered by the CCCU are categorized as either culture-shaping programs or culture-crossing programs. Culture-shaping programs are: American Studies Program (Washington, D.C.); Contemporary Music Center (Nashville, Tenn.); Los Angeles Film Studies Center (L.A., Calif.); and Washington Journalism Center (Washington, D.C.). Included in the culture-crossing programs are: Australia Studies Centre; China Studies Program; Latin American Studies Program; Middle East Studies Program; Programmes in Oxford; Russian Studies Program; and Uganda Studies Program. All programs undergo regular site visit evaluations by the Student Academic Programs Commission (SAPC).
The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities is a higher education association of 184 intentionally Christ-centered institutions around the world. There are now 109 member campuses in North America and all are fully-accredited, comprehensive colleges and universities with curricula rooted in the arts and sciences. In addition, 75 affiliate campuses from 24 countries are part of the CCCU. The Council’s mission is to advance the cause of Christ-centered higher education and to help its institutions transform lives by faithfully relating scholarship and service to biblical truth.