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Azusa Pacific is a community of disciples and scholars preparing to impact the world for Christ. Choose from more than 200 online and on-campus programs, including bachelor’s, bachelor’s completion, master’s, doctorates, certificates, and credentials.
Education for the Whole Person
With a remarkable history that dates back to 1884, Central Christian College of Kansas offers Christ-centered education for the whole person – heart, mind, body and soul.
Transformative, Christ-centered Education
Faith and community are pillars of the learning process at Greenville University. Transformation occurs as students experience meaningful change – both in and out of the classroom.
Embrace Your Purpose
At Northeastern Seminary you will prepare to meet people in the sacred space between. Between reading Scripture and knowing how to live a life of faith. Between having an idea of where the church is headed and being able to plan and articulate a vision. Between relying on what you already know and being open to learning from others throughout the world.
Learning, Serving Others, Loving God
Oakdale’s mission is to introduce young people to a life of purpose, through discovering a more vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ. That remains the driving commitment today.
Education for Character Since 1866
We’re a group of scholars, dedicated to service and spiritual formation. We’re a place students can wrestle with hard questions and still feel safe. We’re a foundation for your career. We’re the catalyst to your next job. Even more than all of that, we’re your next home.
Faith for the Future
At Seattle Pacific University, we seek to ground everything we do on the transforming gospel of Jesus Christ. Such a claim is both personal, a commitment by each member of our community, and institutional, a corporate aspiration that has guided this institution from its founding.
Spring Arbor University is a community of learners distinguished by our lifelong involvement in the study and application of the liberal arts, total commitment to Jesus Christ as the perspective for learning, and critical participation in the contemporary world.