Christian College In Nimba Awards 200 Schorlarships

By Solomon T. Gaye

The Administration at the Liberia International Christian College (LICC) in Ganta, Nimba County has awarded scholarships to 200 students at the college.
The Vice President for Administration, Gina Sheets, said that the 200 students are presently attending the college on tuition-free to help them with their education in post- war Liberia.
She added that the funds were provided by some charity organizations in the United States of America to help poor students who are struggling with their education in Africa and that LICC is offering associate degree in pastoral theology, business management, accounting, agriculture and education.
Madam Sheets stated further that plans are underway to make the Agriculture College to be number one in Liberia and said that currently LICC has 11 Masters Degree professors teaching at the college.
She said presently the college is in search of qualified professors to add to the present instructors and professors at the college to boost the learning at the college.
The Liberia International College was established in 2009 in Ganta and had graduated many students in many disciplines.
The Liberia International Christian College is a Christian faith institution founded by the Inland Church from the United States of America by some Liberian Refugees in USA and since its establishment the college has had an enrollment of over 3,000 graduates, some of whom are currently teaching there.
Additionally, the Liberia International Christian has completed the construction of an Agriculture College that hosts agriculture students at that college.