Faulkner Online Blog

Three Relaxing Places to Study Online

February 20, 2018

While you might think that online education means easy, breezy studying sessions snuggled up under your blankets, things aren’t always that simple. In fact, many students find it difficult to study at home, and data suggests that using computers in bed can prove detrimental to your sleeping habits. Fortunately, there are plenty of excellent places […]

Faulkner University ranked #2 for 2018’s Best Christian Universities in America

February 14, 2018

Faulkner University was recently ranked the 2nd top Christian university in the nation for 2018 according to a new study released by The Edvocate. After looking at Christian universities and colleges throughout the country, The Edvocate complied a list of 31 schools where Faulkner was lauded as the best of the best in the 2018 Best […]

Faulkner University ranked best in the state for online criminal justice graduate program

February 12, 2018

Faulkner University was recently ranked the top university in Alabama for having the best online graduate criminal justice and criminology program according to a new report by U.S. News & World Report. The U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Programs Rankings listed Faulkner University among the top 20 schools nationally with a rank of […]

Faulkner University hosts mass shooting preparedness seminar for Montgomery area churches

February 2, 2018

More than 50 church members and law enforcement officers from around central Alabama came together on Faulkner University’s campus in Montgomery on Friday with one mission – to protect their congregations and community from being the target of a deadly shooting incident. More and more, mass shootings targeting churches are being reported in the news including the recent attack in […]

Faulkner University students dig deep to help Hurricane Harvey victims

January 29, 2018

Stepping off the bus with more than 40 other college students, Faulkner University business administration major, Israel Afangideh stopped in his tracks. Devastation, debris, and destroyed homes were left in the wake of Hurricane Harvey after the storm hit the Texas coastline in August. Houston and its suburbs were in the news for several weeks […]