ACU Dallas has a home. The university has leased a location in Addison, south of President George Bush Turnpike and north of Interstate 635. The building at 16633 Dallas Parkway is visible from the Dallas North Tollway and is centrally located for students in the Metroplex.
Renovations are nearly complete on 25,000 square feet of office and classroom space, said Jay Goin (’91), executive vice president for ACU Dallas. Staff began moving into the facility in mid-January, he said.
The new campus serves as a home base for the university’s expanded selection of online degrees, including the much sought-after Master of Business Administration degree and ACU’s second doctorate, an Ed.D. in organizational leadership.
Online classes already have started for several other graduate programs, including the Master of Marriage and Family Therapy, Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Christian Ministry. Students also are enrolling in an online Master of Education program that began in January. Other new programs are in development and will be announced soon, Goin said.
“ACU Dallas is an expression of the university’s 21st-Century Vision, to become a premier institution for the education of Christ-centered global leaders by expanding our educational reach and influence nationally and internationally,” said Dr. Stephen Johnson (’90), vice president of academic affairs for ACU Dallas. “Already, in our first full year, we are enrolling new students from Seattle to Boston, from California to Florida, and most states in between.”
Read more about ACU Dallas and online graduate programs here.
– From ACU Today magazine, Winter-Spring 2016