Tabor College Moves to Online Instruction for Remainder of the Spring Semester

HILLSBORO, KS– In response to the national health crisis, as well as the Marion County Department of Health directive yesterday, Tabor College has announced these operational decisions:

  1. Tabor College is cancelling all Hillsboro classroom courses for the rest of the semester.  All educational instruction will be conducted online. Students are not to return on April 5 as previously announced.
  2. The Hillsboro campus will remain closed to guests and non-employee personnel. Activities and events have been cancelled for the remainder of the semester. 
  3. Students will be notified by email regarding the retrieval of their belongings from the residence halls. Federal and state guidelines will be followed and posted at The health and welfare of our students and the community is a priority. 
  4. Student refund policies will be communicated by March 31 via email. \
  5. Degrees will be conferred in May, with diplomas to be mailed by June 1. Commencement is rescheduled for Homecoming Weekend, October 11. The President’s Party for the seniors and their families will be held Saturday evening, October 10.

We are practicing what Proverbs 3:5-6 says: Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways, acknowledge him and he will direct your paths.

Established in 1908, Tabor College is a four-year, private Christian liberal arts college owned and operated by the Mennonite Brethren church. The College offers associates, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, whose motto is to prepare people for life of learning, work and service for Christ and His Kingdom. The College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, National Association of Schools of Music, and the Council on Social Work Education. The Education program is approved by the Kansas Board of Education and the Association of Christian Schools International.