From the very start, back in 1874, Andrews University has placed serious scholarship, quality research and a strong focus on practical Christianity first on the list of things we think are important about attendance at a Christian university. We started out small. Mr. Goodloe Bell, a teacher, started a tiny school with only 12 students in Battle Creek, Michigan.
At Andrews University we believe in giving choices. We offer nearly 100 academic programs that prepare you to become a World Changer.
Andrews University faculty, staff, and students are involved in a variety of research projects to the extent that U.S. News has ranked Andrews University as being an "overperforming" school. This means that we are doing much more than our reputation indicates. This is particularly true in the area of research, where peers do not realize just how much research and creative scholarship is going on here at Andrews.
The Office of International Student Services ensures that international students and their families transition successfully to living at Andrews University. This includes immigration advising (for your legal status) as well as programs and coaching to adjust to living in the U.S.
Our residence halls are places where great memories are made and lifelong friendships are formed. Each facility is staffed with full-time Student Life professionals who advocate for residence hall students navigating the college experience. The University also owns approximately 343 apartment units as well as single family houses.
The James White Library (JWL) now houses over 750,000 volumes, in addition to 2,800 periodical subscriptions. The library also has a strong collection of non-print materials, and has made its catalog available on-line through the World Wide Web.
University Medical Specialties is located on-campus and offers appointments with physicians or nurse practitioners.
Andrews University is located next to the Village of Berrien Springs, Michigan. It is located within Oronoko Charter Township (population 9,193, 2010 Census). Lake Michigan beaches are only 12 miles away. South Bend, Indiana, home of the University of Notre Dame, is 25 miles away.
Designated as an arboretum. Includes 26 instructional buildings, a fine arts performance hall, a wellness center, an airport, four residence halls, and four apartment complexes, as well as many service and support buildings.
The Office of Athletics supports a wide variety of intramural sports as well as the Cardinals teams in soccer and basketball and a club ice hockey team.
The Gymnics are a dynamic acrosport gymnastics team who share positive lifestyle messages as they showcase their skills.
Men's and women's health clubs are located in Meier Hall and Lamson Hall. Members are provided with an inviting environment to work on their fitness goals.
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