Dr. Eugene C. Sanderson purchases the property and begins Christian Workers University
Dr. T. H. Johnson becomes second president
Jolliffe Hall construction completed
Christian Workers University becomes Manhattan Bible College
Received AABC accreditation.
Mr. O. Ray Burgess becomes third president.
Dr. Burton B. Thurston becomes fourth president.
Dr. W.F. Lown becomes fifth president.
Charter member of the Midwest Christian College Conference.
Johnson Hall is constructed as the first residence hall. Enrollment reaches 100.
Dual-degree program with Kansas State University begins
Manhattan Bible College becomes Manhattan Christian College.
Koinonia Campus Center is constructed.
Triumphant Sound begins. Inspiration Ringers is formed by Dale Aldridge. MABICO Singers becomes Celebration Singers.
Sanderson Hall is purchased as a men’s residence hall.
First Woman’s World convention hosted by MCC Women.
Mr. Kenneth Cable inaugurated as sixth president. Campus Center is renovated, enlarged, and renamed to Coffin Memorial Campus Center.
J. Donald Coffin Memorial Hall completed as administration/classroom building.
Enrollment reaches 200. Participated in NBCAA National Tournament for the first time – Men’s Basketball.
NBCAA (National Bible College Athletic Association) National Champions – Men’s Soccer.
Family Ministry degree program begins. NBCAA Division I National Champions – Women’s Volleyball.
Kenoyer Hall constructed as a women’s residence hall. NBCAA Division I National Champions – Women’s Volleyball.
LEAD, adult degree completion program begins. Joined the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA).
Sanderson Hall closes as a residence hall. Enrollment reaches 300.
BRIDGE, general education courses for adults begin. NCCAA Division IIA National Champions – Men’s Basketball. Ten year AABC reaffirmation.
Candidacy status with North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).
Received NCA accreditation (2-2-2000).
President Cable Retires after 23 years (6-30-2005). Kevin Ingram named as the 7th President of MCC (11-7-2005).
Renovation on Jolliffe Hall begins.
Jolliffe Hall renovation completed. MCC’s online degree completion programs receive accreditation (HLC & ABHE).
Howie’s Activity Center, the first on-campus home for MCC’s volleyball and basketball teams, is completed. In addition to hosting sports events, the HAC will be home to many MCC events, conferences, and more.