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Seminary Day connects students and seminary reps

Pictured left to right are: Cameron Hayner, marketing assistant and MDiv student (Southeastern), Hunter Wesson, admissions representative (Southern), Matt James, associate vice president of Enrollment (NOBTS), and Carson-Newman University President Charles A. Fowler.

Carson-Newman University welcomed representatives of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary to campus on Feb. 14. As part of Seminary Day at the University, Carson-Newman students interested in attending seminary had the opportunity to meet, visit and ask questions of representatives. Carson-Newman also hosted Dr. Paul Akin, provost of Southern Seminary during chapel that morning.

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