Graduates of ACU have become best-selling Christian authors, ministers, members of Congress, state judges, big-city mayors, researchers, Hollywood movie producers, teachers and superintendents, top Nashville musicians and music producers, distinguished university professors, business owners, nationally renowned physicians, Pulitzer Prize winners, and winners of Emmy, Telly, Dove, Grammy, Inventor of the Year and Teacher of the Year awards.
In the last five years, six ACU alumni have served as university presidents or chancellors. Among them, Dr. Jack Scott is a former member of the California state legislature who is was most recently chancellor of the California Community College System, which serves 2.6 million students in 109 colleges.
Dr. Robert D. Hunter, now vice president emeritus of ACU, was a 10-term Texas state representative and the “father” of the Texas Equalization Grant that has for 40 years helped make a higher education possible for students who choose to attend a private college or university.
For 25 years, Max Lucado has been a best-selling Christian author and minister of the Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas.
Dr. Jack Scott is a former member of the California state legislature who is was most recently chancellor of the California Community College System, which serves 2.6 million students in 109 colleges.
David Dean Halbert is an entrepreneur who owns Caris, Ltd., a privately held investment partnership. He previously was co-founder, chairman, president and CEO of Advance PCS, a highly successful pharmacy benefit management service company.
Prior to her appointment to the U.S. House of Representatives, Hahn was a three-term member of the Los Angeles City Council.
Janice Massey, M.D., is a neurologist who serves on the faculty of Duke University Medical School and is vice chair of the Board of Directors for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Before becoming a congressman, Poe served as a criminal court judge and district attorney in Houston.
Jack Pope served in the 4th Court of Civil Appeals in San Antonio before being elected to the Texas Supreme Court and was honored with the Judicial Lifetime Achievement Award.
B. David Vanderpool, M.D., is former president of the Texas Surgical Society.