United Cornerstone University

  "To Learn , To Love, To Be"     

   Theological Education is within your reach!

Dr. Dennis Bishop elected the new Board of Trustees Chair, February, 2018.

Congratulations, Class of 2017~ Master Degrees 

Front- Apostle John T. Brown, Master Religious Education, 2nd Row Left, Elder Margaret Crosby, MDiv Biblical Studies, and Elder Debra Nash, MDiv Preaching

Happy 12th Birthday United Cornerstone University...Congratulations and the best is still yet to come!

Congratulations for the ordination of Elders Brenda Lewis and Jerry Brown. Congratulations to Dr. Wayne Brown on receiving the Doctor of Divinity Degree, July 16, 2017.

Congratulations to Dr. Dennis W. Bishop (Pastor, First Waughtown Church, Winston-Salem, NC) who was conferred the Doctor of Divinity degree on Saturday, June 4, 2017 by Dr. George B. Jackson, President and Dr. S. Wayne Patterson, Board of Trustees.

Showcasing the newest United Cornerstone University Logo!
Practicum - Where clergy can put their calling to practice by enhancing their skills and perfecting their craft.
Theologia - Studying and researching from a theological approach! "To learn, to love, to be" all God has called us to be!

L-R (Bishop Dr. Willard H. Boyer, First Lady Ann McClain, Dr. Clarence W. McClain, President Dr. George B. Jackson, and Dean Pamela S. Jackson)

New University Grading Scale:
                                          A                 100 - 90                          D             69-59
                                          B                    89-80                           F             58 and below
                                          C                    79-70                        In accordance with IABCS 2005 Standards

Degree program(s) of study offered by United Cornerstone University have been declared by the appropriate state authority exempt from the requirements for licensure under provisions of North Carolina General Studies Section (G.S.) 116-15(d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious education. Exemption from licensure is not based upon assessment of program quality under established licensing standards.