For Reggie Quintana, a degree from City Vision University helped him to grow both in his faith and his ability to run a nonprofit.
After spending five years in prison, Reggie rediscovered his faith in the Lord. Once he was released, he took care of his sick father and had extra time on his hands. He earned 32 college credits in Bible & theology from the Urban Ministry Institute (TUMI). Reggie wanted to complete a bachelor’s degree but when he tried colleges after TUMI, he found them expensive and difficult to understand.
That’s when a friend introduced him to City Vision. He was able to transfer 90 transfer credits from TUMI and his other colleges, so he had a head start. The classes at City Vision had a clear structure. Discussions were engaging and each week had helpful textbook readings, articles and videos. Although Reggie didn’t have much previous experience with nonprofits, City Vision provided the training and knowledgeable instructors he needed. Now he is prepared to manage his own non-profit, My Metanoia Music and Ministries.
“I’m excited to do meaningful work for the Lord. City Vision…was not only affordable but also well worth my time.”