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.
The Olivet School of Engineering and Architecture (OSEA) is offering its 2D Computer course in this Fall. The hands on course will include training on software such as AutoCAD, Revit, and other supplementary programs.
One of the featured courses "Editing and News Judgment" at the Olivet School of Media and Communication (OSMC) will challenge students to bring their skills up to industry standard by incorporating professional training resources.
The Olivet School of Art and Design (OSAD) submitted a Substantive Change application to the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) accreditation with plans to begin offering a new Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) major program.
By the grace of God, Olivet University (OU) Dover welcomed a new friend: newly appointed WEA Deputy Secretary General for Operations of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) The Rev. Raymond Swatkowski.
Olivet University held its 2018 Convocation across its three locations in Riverside, San Francisco, and New York. The ceremony concluded a weeklong orientation event as the University gave thanks to God in welcoming the new 2018 academic year.