If you want to harvest forever, plant the Gospel of Christ." This is our university's most treasured motto. Our ultimate goal is to produce workers for the Gospel of Christ. Through its undergraduate and graduate programs, the university trains students to devote their talents and energy for a wide range of vocations, as well as for the promotion of the work of God.
The most important element of the University curriculum is faith training. Daily chapel services are held during the semester. All students participate in a three-day faith training program at the start of each academic year. Every Wednesday all students participate in weekly evangelism, an important aspect of our training program outside of traditional academic pursuits in the classroom. Freshmen are required to participate in a three-day "grain of wheat" training program at the start of their second semester. First-year students participate in physicallydemanding team-building exercises as well as five hours of survival hiking.
Drinking, smoking, and improper behavior are not permitted.
The University demands academic excellence of its students in all subjects. We endeavor to train our students to become experts in all fields, to become sought-after employees, as well as living witnesses for our Lord.
All candidates must study English and receive scores in an acceptable percentile for this subject as a graduation requirement. Every candidate must also earn at least two certificates of computer skills. The university strives to promote a campus that is permeated with Christian charity, where a love for Christ is manifested and where no one is alienated.
We all serve each other and work together to promote a pure and spiritual atmosphere throughout the University.
We extend our warmest welcome to all of you.