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.
Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies (ZSDS) has been holding oral defense sessions every month since last November. D. Min. candidates are eligible to attend their oral defense as soon as the following month when they have completed their final paper and project book.
As fear of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) spreads around the world and here in the United States songs about our faith in God are definitely needed. As Christian musicians and worship leaders we can make this happen.
"God is the master of our history." - this is the one important message that students have learned from the History of Christianity course offered by Olivet Theological College and Seminary (OTCS) in the Winter quarter.
Jubilee College of Music (JCM) student Shawn Pang presented his graduation concert featuring a full-band worship, solo performance, and chorus ensemble. The concert is a witness to God's amazing grace in Shawn's spiritual journey.
Olivet School of Art and Design Associate Dean Professor Zimou Tan was invited to participate in one of the biggest art events in the San Francisco Bay Area as a member of the Marin County Art Community
The Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) students from the Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies (ZSDS) recently have made progress in completing their final project according to the ministry tracks they had selected.