Memphis Center for Urban and Theological Studies to merge with Union University

By , Daily Memphian Updated: April 06, 2019 1:00 AM CT | Published: April 05, 2019 12:22 PM CT
<strong>Lavera Jones listening in a class at the Memphis Center for Urban and Theological Studies (MCUTS) at Union&nbsp;Avenue Baptist Church. MCUTS will merge into Union University in August, and will become&nbsp;Memphis College of Urban and Theological Studies, an academic unit of Union University. The merger will help lower tuition costs for MCUTS' students, provide increased opportunities for scholarships and allow students access to Union University's resources. </strong>(Photo courtesy of MCUTS)

Lavera Jones listening in a class at the Memphis Center for Urban and Theological Studies (MCUTS) at Union Avenue Baptist Church. MCUTS will merge into Union University in August, and will become Memphis College of Urban and Theological Studies, an academic unit of Union University. The merger will help lower tuition costs for MCUTS' students, provide increased opportunities for scholarships and allow students access to Union University's resources. (Photo courtesy of MCUTS)

The Memphis Center for Urban and Theological Studies will gain new advantages for its students when it merges with Union University this summer.

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