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President of the College

President Kevin Ingram

Kevin Ingram began his current role as President of Manhattan Christian College in July 2006.

President Ingram graduated from Manhattan Christian College in 1986 with a degree in Bible Ministries and an emphasis in Church Music, and received his Master’s degree in New Testament from Johnson Bible College in 2002.

During his ministerial and administrative career, President Ingram has served a variety of roles. He began his career as Youth Minister at the Oakley Christian Church from 1986-1989, then as Senior Minister of Community Christian Church in Great Bend from 1989-1999, both in Kansas. From 1992 -1998 President Ingram served on the MCC Board of Trustees before joining the staff in 1999 as Director of Alumni and Church Relations. In 2002 he became the Vice President for Institutional Advancement at MCC. In 2005 after the retirement of long-time president Ken Cable, with the approval of the MCC Board of Trustees, Ingram was named the as the 7th President of Manhattan Christian College.

Locally, Kevin is an active member of University Christian Church where he currently serves as a small group leader. He is also a member of the Manhattan Rotary Club, a trustee of the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation, and has also served on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. In addition, outside of Manhattan Kevin is a member of the Kansas Christian Evangelizing Association Executive Committee, the Presidents Association of Christian Colleges and Universities, the Continuation Committee of the North American Christian Convention, and the Board of the Kansas Independent College Association.

He and his wife, Lisa, have been married since 1983 and have two children, Lauren and Tyler who both serve in ministry.

What President Ingram has to say about MCC:

I love so many things about working at MCC so it is hard to say.  Ultimately I get the best of both worlds.  I get to see the future in our current students, and I get to see the present as I travel and see alumni serving in their many roles.  As I see them I get to see eternity because they are all helping fulfill MCC’s vision of preparing men and women to help penetrate the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and they do so regardless of their chosen profession.