Briercrest College

A unique Christian college built on three pillars: a biblical/theological foundation, the formation of Christian life and service competencies, and reflection of these in arts, science, and marketplace learning. We are training young adults to seek the kingdom of God, to be shaped profoundly by the Scriptures, and to be formed spiritually and intellectually for lives of service.


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I was on the JV volleyball team this year and one of the cool things was how close our team became in such a short time. We had this cool little community and we got to really pour into one another and share our testimonies and be vulnerable.
Cassidy Andersen
Open Studies (Nursing) / JV Women's Volleyball

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Keeping The Faith

The Competition for Character Education report discovered that students who attended Christian higher education were more likely to remain connected with the Church and with their faith.



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What Does it Mean to Study from a Christian Perspective?

Why does it matter to study the Bible alongside other disciplines like Psychology, English, Music, or Business? Short answer: because it makes your education not only informational but also transformative. Read more!

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  • The Briercrest Fund

    Gifts to the annual Briercrest Fund help keep tuition fees lower and make it possible for more students to afford a Christian education.

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  • Keeping The Faith

    Students who attended Christian higher education were more likely to remain connected with the Church and with their faith.

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  • Your Legacy

    We invite you to prayerfully consider joining the growing group of friends who desire to do great things for God through Briercrest.

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The most satisfying experience has been interacting with the faculty members, many of which have encouraged and poured into me, and been willing to help me with difficult course work.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015