Andrews University Off-Campus Programs

Purpose

In the tradition of all Seventh-day Adventist educational institutions, a significant role of Andrews University is the training of committed individuals who will serve the Church as both denominational workers and as supportive lay persons. As a General Conference Institution, Andrews University recognizes the importance of its role to both assist the training of denominational workers throughout the world and partner with sister institutions to grow their capacity to provide education in their respective countries.  This dual role, both historically and at present, lies at the foundation of the mission at Andrews University. This mission commitment has led to many international educational arrangements between Andrews University and other Seventh-day Adventist institutions or Church constituencies. These have taken the form of affiliations (the host institution provides most of the educational services) or extensions (Andrews University offers most of the educational services).

Undergraduate

Undergraduate programs are offered on the following Adventist college and university campuses:

Graduate

Graduate programs are offered at the following locations:

Contact the Director of Off-Campus Programs for more information.