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August 30, 2021
Anyone who interacted with Dr. Paul Bremer immediately knew one thing about him: he was a teacher who loved the Lord and served him fully. However, he was not just a teacher by profession; instead, his whole attitude was that of a person who delighted to connect with others, encouraged curiosity, and pointed people to a deeper relationship with our great God.
August 26, 2021
Kuyper is pleased to welcome several new faculty members to the College community. Dr. Tim Detwiler will serve as academic dean, Dr. Andrea Fryling as registrar, and Jennifer Colin will assume the roles of professor of social work and social work program director. Kuyper is looking forward to the expertise and fresh insights that each will bring to their new roles.
July 27, 2021
Dr. Patricia Harris, president of Kuyper College, announced today that Butterball® Farms, Inc., and Lumbermen's Inc. are participating in Kuyper College's urban WorkPlace Partnership™ initiative...
July 16, 2021
When Karla Velis-Brito was just 10 years old, she accompanied her family on a journey from her native El Salvador to California. While there, they visited a ninety-nine cent store. She had never seen anything like it and was entranced by the wide variety and affordable prices of the items. Immediately, Karla began thinking of ways she could emulate this store back home. Though she was only a young child, she borrowed 30 dollars from her parents and bought as many items as she could fit in her suitcase to resell at school and in her neighborhood. Within a week of returning home, she sold all her inventory and made a profit of 70 dollars. This was her very first business model, and she was hooked.