STUDENT LIFE

School Community

The school community enjoys many activities together apart from academic life. During the Summer many of the students have the visiting professor over  for a meal with their family. This provides the opportunity for the students and professors to get to know one another in an atmosphere other than the classroom. Once a week students, families, teachers, and friends gather together for a pot-luck dinner. Everyone enjoys the mountain scenery next to the creek while the children play games. On Wednesday afternoons or evenings the community gathers together to worship. Once each week the wives gather together for a  Bible study. This provides a special time for the seminary wives to consider their role in ministry with their husbands.

Between classes, students are often found playing ping pong, chess, or horseshoes. On the weekends, hiking, fishing, playing golf or working at a job occupies the students’ time. On the Lord’s Day students worship in local churches and often find themselves preaching or leading worship where there is a need. The Seminary Chapel on campus also provides a friendly place to worship with others from the local community.

Small Classroom Size

The school community enjoys many activities together apart from academic life. During the Summer many of the students have the visiting professor over  for a meal with their family. This provides the opportunity for the students and professors to get to know one another in an atmosphere other than the classroom. Once a week students, families, teachers, and friends gather together for a pot-luck dinner. Everyone enjoys the mountain scenery next to the creek while the children play games. On Wednesday afternoons or evenings the community gathers together to worship. Once each week the wives gather together for a  Bible study. This provides a special time for the seminary wives to consider their role in ministry with their husbands.

Between classes, students are often found playing ping pong, chess, or horseshoes. On the weekends, hiking, fishing, playing golf or working at a job occupies the students’ time. On the Lord’s Day students worship in local churches and often find themselves preaching or leading worship where there is a need. The Seminary Chapel on campus also provides a friendly place to worship with others from the local community.