Attending an accredited Christian college or university means that no matter what degree you pursue, you will receive an education taught from a biblical perspective as well as additional Bible courses. This unique curriculum maximizes both your academic and spiritual experience during college.
Summer can be one of the best times to develop habits. Whether you are working an internship, a full-time job, or a part-time job, your schedule probably looks a bit different than during the school year. How can you best capitalize on a potentially less-busy schedule? Are there books you’ve been wanting to read? Consider reading some Christian books for college students. Do you hope to work out more during the summer, or save up money for a new car or other big purchase? Adopt a fitness routine or spend time learning budget tips to help you save.
College costs a lot, but there’s another challenge. Funding college takes work. Should you bother sorting through all the grants, scholarships, and other sources of aid out there? Is filling out all those aid applications worth the time and effort? Yes. Christian scholarships can shrink college costs substantially, and it’s certainly worth the effort.
Your college decision is important. During your time in college, you will be on your own for the first time, you will be academically and socially challenged, and you will make lifelong relationships. Choosing which university to attend will significantly affect your next few years, so take your time and do your research.
Choosing between Christian higher education and a secular university? While many offer strong programs, the academics at a Christian university are unique.
Here is everything you need to know about attending a Christian college or a Christian university. From faculty mentors to campus life with a focus on Jesus.
You've started looking at colleges or universities that you're interested in. You might have grown up in a Christian home, and want to go to a school that shares many of your deeply held values and beliefs. Or you might have recently become a Christian, and want to go to a school that will help your faith grow and put down roots. But you might be noticing that Christian colleges are private colleges. And private schools often cost more than pubic schools. So is going to a Christian university worth the cost?
There are many Christian colleges to choose from. How do you know which one's a good fit? Here are a few reasons you'll love an Assemblies of God university.