This Christmas, Point University’s Student Life Office gave back to the community through a winter coat drive for elementary school students. Each spring, the Student Life Office hosts an opportunity […]
On March 30, Point University’s Student Life Office hosted an Easter Eggstravaganza at West Point Park for the communities of West Point, Valley and Lanett. The vision behind the event was […]
Point University’s Student Life Office invites the communities of West Point, Valley and Lanett to participate in this year’s Easter Eggstravaganza at West Point Park. This community-wide event will take […]
Point University welcomed alumna Morgan Harper Nichols ’10 to West Point for a chapel service held at Spring Road Christian Church on March 16. Nichols is an autistic artist, poet, […]
Point University recently announced a new initiative, Operation Launch, in order to assist students in preparing for life graduation. Operation Launch consists of two events: a workshop and career fair. […]
On March 21, 2018, with paint brushes, lawn mowers and leaf blowers in hand, around 350 Point University students, faculty and staff took to the streets of West Point to […]
Watch the video recap and view photo albums from homecoming weekend. West Point, Georgia, was bustling with activity October 21-22 as Point University celebrated its 80th anniversary during homecoming weekend. Hundreds […]
Point University partnered with Spring Road Christian Church, the Chattahoochee Fuller Center, Batson-Cook Construction and West Point Mayor Steve Tramell for their annual day of community service, Impact Day, on March 29, 2017. Under the theme, “Framework of Hope,” more than 400 Point students, faculty and staff along with other community members gathered in downtown West Point at the former Craft Master storefront to build the framework for two houses. The walls built will be used by the Fuller Center in constructing houses for two local families.
Students at the Lindbergh site participated in Impact Day, writing letters to orphans through the non-profit, Just One Africa. Clay and Amy Churchill, co-founders of the organization visited the site in March, presenting their mission to partner with local African leaders to create sustainable solutions for vulnerable children and provide filters for the clean water crisis.
Point University held its first “Know the Line” Awareness week February 8-12 to bring awareness to serious social issues impacting our world today, including human trafficking and domestic violence.