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For education to be valuable, it must be life-changing.

Like you, we believe that education and calling shouldn't be disconnected. That's why we work to offer you programs in an environment that prioritizes spiritual and intellectual transformation, where students have rich, faith-building encounters with Scripture, and prepare not only for the career ahead, but for their calling: a life of service to Christ.

Experience an education that prepares you for life. View our degree programs below, or explore an area of study that interests you.

Academic Services

  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Thursday 9 am to 4 pm
    Friday 9 am to 12 noon
  • Main administration building

Summer Course Opportunity

The deadline to register for BLST 109 Introduction to the New Testament with Dr. Wes Olmstead has been extended to Monday, June 1. This two-week online course will run each morning from Monday, June 15 – Friday, June 26.

This introductory level course is great for new students looking to get a head start on their studies, returning students who have yet to take BLST 109 (as it is a required course regardless of your program), and alumni looking to enrich their personal study of the New Testament.

  • A 10% discount in tuition is offered to students taking courses this summer, reducing the cost from $1050/course to $945/course. 
  • A tuition charge will be added to your student account for each course which needs to be paid at the beginning of the summer semester.
  • Please make arrangements to pay by using our online option payment or by calling our finance office (mornings only) at 306-756-3357.

Register now!

Degree Programs

Bachelor of Arts
Associate of Arts
Pre-Professional Pathways
The professors really promote in-class discussion and I thrive off of that. The level of the engagement the professors show in their material encourages me to also have a deep level of engagement.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015