Southwestern Seminary lost two professors this week: one was terminated, the other was elected unanimously to the faculty of Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City, MO. Professor Dale Johnson comes to the school as the administration “evaluates the direction” of its counseling program.
The seminary president, Jason Allen, presided over a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new student center, and trustees heard reports on enrollment growth and the accreditation review process currently underway.
From Midwestern’s press release:
Finally, Allen provided another update to the trustees on the school’s accreditation status – mentioning that a recent visit by a liaison of regional accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission, went extremely well. He explained that items noted from its most recent site visit were well on their way to being resolved and a future site visit date is set for Feb. 4-5, 2019. Midwestern Seminary is fully accredited by both the Association of Theological Schools and the Higher Learning Commission.
Read more about this week’s trustee meeting at Midwestern here.
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That Johnson has moved to Midwestern does not bode well at all for their counseling program, imo.