1. What kind of school is Andrews University?
    Andrews is a small, private Christian university, offering everything from one-year certificates to doctoral degrees
  2. What makes Andrews unique?
    Andrews is unique because it’s a small Christian school that can provide both quality education and warm community. It is the most cosmopolitan school in Adventism and one of the most diverse campuses in the United States.
  3. Where is Andrews?
    Andrews is located in Berrien Springs, Michigan, about a 30-minute drive from South Bend, Indiana, and two-hour drive from Chicago
  4. I am looking to work on an undergraduate, graduate or PhD program—how can I find out more about Andrews?
    Just follow the links on this website to the department or departments that you are interested in. There you will find a lot of information. Feel free to contact any of the professors listed by the email address provided. They are more than happy to help you with anything that you need. Also, you can give us a call on our free hotline,
    1-800-253-2874 or drop us an email for any specific information you need or to arrange a visit. We are waiting to hear from you!
  5. What academic programs are on offer at Andrews?
    Almost 200 different educational programs are offered at Andrews. Options for study range from one-year certificates to doctoral degrees.
  6. If I want to get in touch with someone in particular at AU, how do I do so?
    You can look them up on our website. Just go to "Search" on the homepage, choose "For People" and type in the name of whoever you are looking for. We list names and various contact details to make getting in touch simple.
  7. I want to come see the school, how do I go about arranging that?
    Just give us a call or email visit@andrews.edu and we’ll provide free food and lodging during your visit. We'll give you a guided tour of the college and we can arrange for you to talk to professors in the departments you are interested in.
  8. I’ve heard that Andrews is very international, how many different countries are represented at Andrews?
    We represent over 90 countries, and almost all 50 states. Andrews is one of the most diverse campuses in the United States. According to U.S. News & World Report's 2015 edition of "America's Best Colleges," we are tied for 2nd in campus ethnic diversity and 7th for most international students.
  9. How long has Andrews University been around?
    Andrews University started in 1874. We’ve been located in Berrien Springs for over 100 years.
  10. What sort of campus security does Andrews provide?
    We take campus safety very seriously at Andrews. The Office of Campus Safety patrols the campus at night and provides a free escort anywhere on campus for those who may desire one. Access to the university after 11 p.m. is very closely monitored. The campus is also well-lit at night to provide added security.
  11. I don’t really know what I want to major in yet, is that a problem?
    Not at all. In fact, we respect the fact that you want to wait until you are sure before declaring your major(s). Explore Andrews is a new initiative to help you discover your calling!
  12. What can I do for fun around Andrews?
    Join one of our intramural sports teams, dive into our pool, bike the trails behind Burman Hall (one of our residences for men), join any of the many cultural clubs that are always planning activities or join forces with your fellow classmen and compete in the annual campus-wide competition, Almost Anything Goes. Andrews offers unlimited options to keep you occupied.
  13. How many Adventist churches are there in the area?
    There are approximately 30 churches in the area in and around Andrews. Pioneer Memorial Church is the main college church located on the campus mall. Several churches including the African-American style New Life Church, meet on campus and several more in Berrien and the surrounding area.