Most colleges describe their ideal students in terms of test scores, GPAs, community service, etc. Our criterion for admission is quite different, but then again, we’re seeking a different kind of student. We are more interested in who you are (your heart, your passions and interests) than what you’ve achieved. As you read about the kinds of students we’re looking for, we hope you are motivated to join others just like you in pursuing truth together.
Those who can dig deep and ask questions, not necessarily valedictorians with 4.0s.
Those who are willing to put the time, effort, and financial investment into their education, not necessarily those who can ace standardized tests and achieve full rides.
Community Oriented Student
Those who want to invest in other people, to be challenged by mentors and peers, to learn in a community environment, and those who demonstrate courtesy and respect to others.
Those who will commit to growing together with their peers academically, spiritually, morally, and socially.