Andrews offers unparalleled opportunities for our students to study and learn in ways that consistently expand beyond specific classroom and laboratory assignments.
For interested undergraduate students, this includes an unequaled opportunity to conduct research, co-author peer-reviewed articles and present at regional and national conferences in ways typically reserved only for graduate students on most university campuses. These opportunities will not only expand a student’s understanding of a chosen major and career, but also will expose that student to competitive internships and graduate level opportunities not often available to undergraduate students.
We believe students will find that the inspiring culture of academic curiosity and investigation at Andrews University will be a consistent part of each student’s journey.
This continues into the graduate level, where a new array of graduate assistantship opportunities offer students the chance to deepen their research experiences and opportunities as they work towards advanced degrees. Selected graduate students will have the opportunity to receive financial support to more deeply research and teach in a given area of study, while also improving the opportunities for a student’s career options following graduate studies.
Regardless of whether or not a student’s studies specifically involve research, co-authoring, publishing or presentations, we believe students will find that the inspiring culture of academic curiosity and investigation at Andrews University will be a consistent part of each student’s journey. It will be a distinctive part of that student’s studies in classrooms and laboratories and interactive distance courses, throughout undergraduate and graduate studies, both on the Berrien Springs campus and in our programs and on our campuses around the world.