When the doors of Nyack College open for the fall 2019 semester, students from Summit International School of Ministry will be eligible to enroll in Nyack undergraduate degree programs. Summit, a two-year Bible college was established in 1994 by the late David Wilkerson, founding pastor of Times Square Church (TSC), the non-denominational ministry located in New York City’s theatre district. The same year, Pastor Wilkerson invited Carter Conlon to join the pastoral team of Times Square Church, where he has served as the ministry’s senior pastor since 2001.
Times Square Church and Summit personnel paid a visit to Nyack New York City this past spring (Pictured l-r: Kate Hughes (Summit), Jeff Rickey (Nyack), President Teresa Conlon (Summit), Pastor Carter Conlon (Times Square Church), President Michael Scales (Nyack), Jensy Acosta (Nyack), Christina Godshall (Summit) and Nikolas Godshall (Summit). During the group’s time on campus, the presidents of both colleges, Dr. Michael Scales and Dr. Teresa Conlon, met to pen an articulation agreement. This arrangement will allow students from the Grantville, PA school to transfer credits and earn a degree at Nyack College.
About the new agreement, President Scales commented, “It is so important for those of us who desire to impact our city for Christ to work well together. We at Nyack are honored to serve alongside our brothers and sisters at Times Square Church. This articulation agreement with Summit International School of Ministry promises to serve a greater number of people and will thereby bring greater glory to Jesus Christ. This is great news for Nyack and those we seek to serve!”