Olivet University is a warm and friendly place to pursue a serious Christian education. Olivet University students come from a wide range of age groups, geographical areas, educational backgrounds, and cultural heritages.
All applicants to Olivet University should evidence strong Christian character, potential for effectiveness in Christian ministry, and the scholastic ability and emotional maturity to handle a higher education experience.
Olivet professors understand their academic work to be in the service of the church. Most faculty members have experienced ministry first-hand and all are currently engaged in the life of the church from the local to the national level.
As a Christian institution, we strive to create and promote an atmosphere consistent with the Christian faith, which encourages the student to develop his/her fullest potential, both in and out of the classroom.
Olivet School of Arts and Design Associate Dean Professor Zimou Tan participated in the art competition-cum-exhibition organized by the Idyllwild Art Alliance and won the "Best of Show" award for his artwork.
The 2019 Doctoral Colloquium for the Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies will be held at Olivet University's San Francisco Campus in Mill Valley, CA. Approximately 50 Ph.D. and D.Min. students from all over the globe will attend the event from October 14 to 25.
Olivet School of Arts and Design Summer Intensive Oil Painting Workshop has concluded last Friday. Many students who had zero experience with oil painting were able to produce amazing portraits through this workshop.
Olivet School of Arts and Design began its summer intensive oil painting workshop from July 22. Students from various majors signed up for the workshop and have started to attend the sessions from the first day.
Olivet Theological College and Seminary held a special lecture titled "Contemporary Theology: With Special Focus on the 20th-Century Theologians". The speaker was Dr. Joseph Lee, PhD in Systematic and Cultural Theology.