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Calvary University expanding into Colorado

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KANSAS CITY, MO. – Calvary University, based in Kansas City, Mo., announced it is planning an expansion into Colorado and has started discussions with the Morgan City School District to possibly locate at a middle school.

Calvary is planning to launch an Innovation Campus in Colorado and offer a number of bachelors and masters degree programs in education at the new site. The school said it will emphasize community involvement and partnerships for excellence in education. It will involve the community in campus culture and engagement.

Calvary will work in collaboration with local educators, including nearby Morgan Community College and its leadership.

Calvary President Dr. Christopher Cone emphasized Calvary and Morgan Community College would complement each other, not compete.

“Articulation agreements and partnerships have made Calvary better over the years,” Cone said, “and we have found that some of our greatest contributions have been achieved in partnership with other educators.”

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