Andrews gives you a backdrop of beauty for each season of the year. But our 1,600‐acre campus provides much more than beauty. From music to athletics, academics to spiritual nourishment, you can find it all here.
The Andrews University Wind Symphony performing in concert, under the direction of Alan Mitchell.
The Department of Music performs the opera, "Amahl and the Night Visitors."
A scene from the opera production, "Amahl and the Night Visitors."
Jaci Velasquez, contemporary Christian and Latin singer, performing at the Howard Performing Arts Center.
Greg Constantine, research professor of art, emeritus, displays artwork from his new book, When Big Artists Were Little Kids.
Attendees admiring Greg Constantine's artwork collection, "When Big Artists Were Little Kids."
The Soweto Gospel Choir performed live at the Howard Performing Arts Center in 2010, just one of many world-famous groups to visit campus.
Photo galleries showcase the artistic work of students.
Committed, the winner of NBC's Sing Off, performing at the Howard Performing Arts Center.
Silent Praise, a sign-language musical ministry, signing in concert with exuberant praise.
Deliverance Mass Choir powerfully singing songs of praise to God.
The Andrews University Symphony Orchestra in concert.
Christian artist Francesca Battistelli performs live at the Howard Performing Arts Center.
Each year students form many music groups, which add to the musical variety our campus enjoys.
The classical group Canadian Brass performs for the second time at the Howard Performing Arts Center.
Students enjoying the photo galleries of their friends and peers.
Another of the many galleries set up each month for students to showcase their artistic talents.
An interior view of the Howard Performing Arts Center stage.
University Singers, under the direction of Stephen Zork, singing beautiful worship harmonies.
The annual Welcome Christmas concert is a favorite way to celebrate the real Reason for the season.