Andrew Bauman spent four years at Montreat College studying “a bigger world,” and then he went out and started trying to make a part of it better.
As an undergraduate at Montreat, Hunt’s love of the mountains drew him to the Environmental Studies department, and thus began his journey to becoming an award-winning innovator.
Jazz Cathcart, Montreat College alum of ’07, knows the burden weighing down low-income children. He grew up in a single-parent home on government assistance.
Upon first glance, theology and farming don’t have much in common. Jonathan Bostic would disagree. Jonathan, who graduated from Montreat College in 2004 with a degree in Biblical studies, runs East of Eden farm with his wife Jan, also a Biblical studies major from Montreat.
Jen Barbour has lived her life close to creation and the Creator. A 2003 graduate, she and her husband Justin (also an alum) cultivated a love for the outdoors during their time at Montreat.
Since graduating from Montreat, Preston and Glenda Parrish have worked vocationally to spread the Gospel for nearly four decades.
Rebecca N. King graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature. While at Montreat, King began an apprenticeship with Benjamin Long IV, the master fresco artist who completed the Prodigal Son in the Chapel of the Prodigal on Montreat’s campus.
Robert Norman discovered ideas in literature that shaped the world while studying English at Montreat College from 1999-2003. After his time at Montreat College, he decided that finding his calling through service was the best way forward. With this realization, he joined the US Peace Corps and served as a sustainable development volunteer in Bolivia. [...]
Author of ten children’s books, Ruth has received numerous awards for her children’s literature, including the Newberry Honor Book designation.