The higher education institutions affiliated with Mennonite Church USA, Mennonite Church Canada and the Mennonite Brethren denominations in the U.S. and Canada have released fall enrollment statistics revealing many of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impacts are still reverberating.
Michael Badriaki accepted the position of Lancaster Mennonite School superintendent July 1.
As Mennonite Disaster Service volunteers build homes in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, they also learn about who they’re helping. At least half the residents in the colonias are U.S. citizens or otherwise legally in the country, and many are applying for asylum.
Elaine Moyer is interim superintendent at Lancaster Mennonite School in Pennsylvania, beginning Jan. 18. She succeeds Pam Tieszen, who served since 2017.
Two of higher education institutions affiliated with Mennonite Church USA saw overall enrollment growth this fall, while four saw dips. Mennonite Brethren and Canadian institutions show mixed signs of pandemic recovery.