It’s May and for those of our readers moving on to
post-secondary education, it can be an anxious time.
There are counselors to speak to, campuses to visit and
rankings to consult. Even if you haven’t already committed, we know you’ve started looking, but we doubt
you’ve heard very much about the Christian universities
around Canada. That’s why we at LIA have put together
our first edition of the Christian Canadian University
guide. It’s a primer on a few schools that deserve the
consideration of faithful men and women embarking
on the next step of their educational lives.
Trinity Western University
Trinity Western offers top-ranked
programs, professors committed
to student success, and unique
opportunities like government
internships and travel studies.
Because it is a Christian uni-
versity, studies integrate a faith
perspective. While Trinity West-
ern teaches the skills needed for
a successful life, students also get
to wrestle with the big questions
that provide a foundation for a
Columbia Bible College
In an age when many Christian
colleges have set their sights on
becoming liberal arts universi-
ties, Columbia Bible College has
intentionally kept “Bible” in both
its name and program focus.
Columbia equips its students for
a life of discipleship, ministry
and leadership in service to the
Church and community.
Providence University College
Located about 45 minutes south-
east of Winnipeg, Providence
University College offers a bach-
elor of arts degree with a choice
of majors in Bible & practical
theology, arts & sciences, and
professional studies. The Provi-
dence student body represents
over 15 Church denominations
and 22 countries. Its mission is
to educate students to think, live,
and serve as Christians in society.