Pillar College is on a mission to provide eligible Black men with tuition-free* scholarships to their BA in Elementary Education degree program, through its B.E.S.T. (Black Elementary School Teachers) for Men Scholarship.
Dr. Maxine Bradshaw, Pillar College Associate Dean & Professor of Psychology & Counseling was recently interviewed by NewsNation concerning the recent initiative to establish the phone number 988 as a National Mental Health Hotline, similar to 911 for Emergencies.
I awoke this morning with pain in my heart and a remembrance of my birthday. It is one I will never forget. As of this morning, 19 children and 2 adults have been taken from us and are now home with the Lord.
The Pillar College community celebrated Dr. Rupert A. Hayles, Jr. inauguration as the institution’s new President, replacing the previous President and now current Chancellor of Pillar College, Dr. David E. Schroeder last Thursday evening.
The S3 Agency entered Pillar College OOH branding creative into the 37th Educational Advertising Awards in January 2022 and it was announced on March 23, 2022 that Pillar College is one of the Silver award winners.
The event, Addiction & Recovery: The Key to Recovery – God or Science, gave a voice to addicts and caregivers and provided information from experts who shared insights about paths to opioid addiction recovery.
Pillar College is excited to announce that our very own Dr. Maxine Bradshaw, professor and chairperson for the BA in Psychology and Counseling, is featured in the April 24th edition of Authority Magazine.
On May 5th Pillar College will commemorate its 10th annual National Day of Prayer starting at 8:45 am followed by the Faculty Symposium at 10:30am. Both events are free, virtual, and open to the public.
Subject to the Constitution of the United States and all applicable state and federal laws, Pillar College does not discriminate against applicants or students on the basis of race, color, and national or ethnic origin in its admissions or in the administration of its education policies, programs, or activities.
Pillar College will have virtual instruction and work remotely from January 3, 2022, and will resume in-person instruction and in-office work on January 18, 2022.