In a unanimous vote by the AIC Board of Regents Dr. David Moore has been named president elect of American Indian College. He succeeds current president Dr. David DeGarmo, who tendered his resignation in March. Moore’s tenure will begin June 1, 2013.
As the new AIC president, Moore is returning to the post he held previously (1987-1994), during which time the School became the only regionally accredited Christian college serving primarily Native Americans. Prior to his first presidential tenure, Moore served for 13 years at AIC as a faculty member and in various other institutional positions.
Why you should consider AIC
AIC is a place for both ministerial training and higher learning. This is the place I discovered the value of my Native American heritage and its practical usage in spreading the gospel. I benefited greatly from the classroom instruction, friendships, along with hands-on ministry. Prospective students should consider AIC because the results of this great community are LIFE CHANGING. - Rev. Michael J. Johnson (BA, 2006), Navajo, Director of Ethnic Ministries, Global University, Springfield, Missouri
I gained a priceless experience from my time at AIC! I would not trade those four years for anything. AIC is a special place where you feel the love of God and are encouraged to pursue Him and the dreams He has given you. From the classroom, to the chapel services to the dorms, His hand is evident. - Rev. Miracle Johnson (BA, 2005), Seminole, Administrative Assistant to the President, Global University, Springfield, Missouri
I feel that I gained more than a great education at American Indian College. I gained leadership training, and experiences that molded the foundation for my success. After college, I deployed to Iraq with 30 combat troops under my leadership, trained hundreds of Iraqis, and returned with a bronze star medal. I attribute much of my success to the training I received from AIC both inside and outside of the classroom. The cultural sensitivity I received from working with many different tribes developed my skills to speak cross-culturally with the Iraqi Army. I have been in hazardous conditions, and the grounding I learned from the Word of God at AIC helped bring me through those hard times. I would advise any candidates seeking to strengthen their relationship with God and who wants to reveal their potential, to consider American Indian College. - Jameson D. “JD” Lopez, (B.A., 2008), Quechan /Cocopah & Hispanic, Ph.D. Student, Arizona State University (Fall 2013), Phoenix, Arizona