|University Motto||Preach the Word|
|President||Dean C. Collins|
|Year of establishment||1937|
|City||East Point, Georgia|
Atlanta Christian College
Atlanta Christian College was founded in 1937 by Thomas Olin
Hathcock (1879–1966), a prominent Fulton County, Georgia judge from 1914 until
1942. He and his wife, Nora Head Hathcock, were members of the Christian
churches and churches of Christ, the denomination that the institution has
always been affiliated with.
Following its 1937 founding, Atlanta Christian College devoted itself mainly to the education of ministers, missionaries, and other church-related workers.
In 1965, the college became an accredited member of the American Association of Bible Colleges.
In 1990, in conjunction with a broadening of its curriculum, the college was accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Point University On February 2, 2011, student leaders and administrators of Atlanta Christian College announced a name change to Point University, which became effective on July 1, 2011.
In addition to the name change, the college announced the 2012 relocation of its main campus to West Point, Georgia, an hour southwest of the current campus near Atlanta
The Point University is a Private university located in East Point.
The Point University was founded in 1937.
The current president of Point University is Dean C. Collins.
According to verified online sources, the Point University enrolls a total of 3042 students.
According to the main website, the Point University has a total student population of 1521 undergraduate students and 1521 graduate students.