Associated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance and the home of the Alliance Theological Seminary, Nyack College provides liberal arts education with a strong evangelical emphasis. The college was first established in 1882 in New York City by evangelist Albert B. Simpson as the Missionary Training Institute. In the 1950s and '60s, Nyack College began expanding their education to include arts and sciences education.
Students living in college housing and off campus housing may participate in a variety of educational programs. Today, the college boasts several different schools, including the School of Business and Leadership, School of Education, College of Arts and Sciences, School of Music, School of Human Services and the College of Bible and Christian Ministry. Nyack College also has campuses in Manhattan, Albany, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico.
Student living at Nyack College includes a rich social environment characterized by the student radio station, newspaper, mission trips,rc and ministry teams. Nyack is also located across the river from Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, providing students living in university housing easy access to the area's rich historical sites. In athletics, the Nyack College Warriors participate in the NCAA's Division II as a part of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.
The college also has relationships several Christian and liberal arts colleges in Western Canada established by L.E. Maxwell, who was inspired by one of Nyack College's early leaders, W.C. Stevens.
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