Whatever their majors or career paths, Christ College students share the pleasure of intense engagement with thought and a commitment to understanding what they can accomplish in the world.

 

Study at Christ College

Christ College doesn’t teach you formulas. It teaches you to think critically.

Ben Hoemann ’16

The Christ College curriculum is carefully structured to develop independent critical thinking and to encourage a sense of vocation and service. Christ College courses, which fulfill many of Valparaiso University’s general education requirements, are conducted as small, seminar-style classes that teach students to engage in serious dialogue about challenging topics.

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The Christ College Community

I’ve found a place where I really belong.

Bryn Cooley ’16

A lasting sense of community among Christ College students, faculty, and staff is fostered by intense discussion in the classroom, supportive and approachable professors, social events that provide frequent opportunities to meet in an informal context, and opportunities to learn through service. Lifelong relationships and friendships form through the many traditions of Christ College. 

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Life After Christ College

Thanks to excellent undergraduate preparation and a remarkably effective advising program, Christ College graduates achieve exceptional success. Our graduates often receive prestigious awards such as Fulbright Fellowships or are selected to serve in organizations such as Peace Corps, Americorps, and Young Adults in Global Missions. Many go on to graduate study at top-ranked institutions including MIT, Harvard, the University of Chicago, and Yale. Others immediately begin their professional lives in business, engineering, healthcare, ministry, or education.

Joining Christ College means becoming part of the worldwide network of Christ College alumni — a community that values intellectual achievement and a commitment to making the world a better place.

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