Nicaragua satellite campus project gaining momentum
Plans to open the Nicaragua campus of the Guatemala Nazarene Theological Seminary moved one step forward as representatives from the seminary and Nicaragua’s Nazarene Bible Institute met last week.
Leaders from NBI met with the Board of Regents (composed of the Nicaraguan district superintendents), consultant Roberto Hogdson, and representatives of the Guatemala Nazarene Theological Seminary, including the director, Ulises Solis; Chaplain Ernesto Bello, and Academic Director Franlym Peña.
The goal of the meeting was to continue working on the plans to open a satellite campus of the Guatemala Nazarene Theological Seminary in Nicaragua. For Nicaraguans, it is a reopening of the Nazarene Bible Institute.
In this meeting, the delegates established student admission prerequisites and the student selection process. They also approved the 2020 curriculum while establishing and approving the annual budget for the campus.
The goal is to begin with an opening celebration service on January 5, 2020, with 12 students from the four districts in Nicaragua.