Christmas greetings to all the students in ZSDS. In America at this season one can often hear or see quoted the angelic greeting to the shepherds when announcing Jesus' birth:
Olivet School of Engineering and Architecture (OSEA) are looking into the potential of tiny home's impact on training students and benefits for missions.
Master of Divinity students have engaged in meaningful discussions on how to resolve conflicts throughout the Church Administration course at Olivet Theological College & Seminary this quarter. Many have gained insights from their related ministry experiences.
Faculty, students, and designers engaged in an open seminar to explore their takes for the University's future construction developments.
On October 17, 2017, Olivet University's Board of Trustees is pleased to appoint its inaugural Dean of Olivet School of Agriculture (OSAg), Dr. James E. Diamond.
A recent graduate capstone project at Olivet Institute of Technology has developed a cross-platform mobile application tailored to the needs of churches, empowering them to spread the Good News by using the latest technology.
After ten days of intensive learning, Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies' Annual Doctoral Colloquium successfully concluded.
A new look has been interpreted for the University's central campus and it looks greener. OSEA hosted professional designers and students to look at the landscape architecture around Olivet's future development site.
As part of OSEA's ministry service curriculum, students collaborated with ministers in shaping ideas for their local church.
The annual doctoral colloquium kicks off today at Olivet University's Riverside campus. The first week of class features four seminars on Doctoral Research, Women in History and Theology, World Movements and Biblical Hermeneutics.
Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies will be holding its annual colloquium from Nov 6 to 16 at Olivet University's Riverside campus. This year ZSDS is bringing in a couple of new faculty who will lecture on diverse topics.
The Olivet School of Language and Education has introduced two TESOL Courses for the very first time this Fall. These courses have received positive feedback and become popular among students who aspire to be missionaries.