Choose from over 200 programs and degrees. At Andrews, you can change your major, but won't have to change your school!
You can afford a top-tier private education. Find out how tuition and financial aid work, including the Net Price Calculator
Come for a visit or explore the Virtual Tour to learn why our beautiful campus, with its established Arboretum, is a jewel in southwest Michigan
The decision to attend college may be one of the most important ones you'll ever make—we're here to make it easy, and you can start now
Nurture Your Body, Mind & Spirit | Since day one at Andrews University, there has been a foundational commitment to wellness: one that has always been a hallmark of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's three-in-one approach to education.
The university community and its students succeed by equally emphasizing physical, mental and spiritual development.
Discover Your Future | Andrews is a place where our students can explore their futures to best understand and pursue God's plans for their lives.
This can and will happen through classes and distance education courses, and with support from teachers and friends who will help each student discover God's calling for his or her life.
Create & Research | Andrews offers unparalleled opportunities for its students to study and learn in ways that consistently expand beyond specific assignments. Whether in the classroom or laboratory or through distance education, these opportunities will expose students to competitive research and internship opportunities that better prepare them to creatively and successfully pursue future plans.Watch our video
Understand Our World | Andrews offers students distinctive ethnic and cultural diversity opportunities that equip them to better understand, serve and change the world around them in God-centered, thoughtful and meaningful ways.
Those opportunities range from our top ranked diverse Berrien Springs campus to students, campuses, programs, study tours and opportunities that literally span the globe.
Thursday, April 18, in the Newbold Auditorium, Buller Hall