Relatively few Christian colleges are still led by presidents who are also ministers. Two colleges recently hired their first leaders who haven't previously led a church.
The seminary at North Park University, a Christian college in Chicago, is encouraging its students to pursue business degrees in addition to their theological studies.
Arizona State University plans to create a nonprofit law firm to hire and train some of its recent graduates.
Several colleges have seen heightened tensions in recent months over how much church teachings should dictate college policies.
Interfaith activists say some religious campuses are becoming more welcoming to atheist students, but there's still room for improvement.
Arizona State and the University of Mary partner to offer theology classes, earning wide support but also prompting questions about the separation of church and state.
Professors at John Carroll University sign letter asking Jesuit university's president to "stand up to those who would play politics with women's health."
Erskine trustees reject request from college's denomination to have the ability to remove board members.
Obama administration won't require religious colleges' insurance plans to cover contraception, but officials outline another way to give employees access.
A gathering of presidents from more conservative Christian colleges discusses what to do about controversies surrounding gay and lesbian students.
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