At Calvary we are committed to excellence in preparing men and women to live and serve in the church and in the world according to a biblical worldview. The purpose of every program at Calvary is to teach students Bible and theology, and to prepare them for Christian ministry.
Calvary’s educational programs emphasize biblical studies, complemented by general and professional education as well as practical field experience. This is accomplished by providing appropriate educational curricula and a climate that fosters the development of intellectual and spiritual maturity, leadership potential, servanthood, and a sense of mission.
Academic resources provided by Calvary assist students’ learning and growth as individuals, while Calvary’s centers ensure excellence in service in the church and in the world.
The Hilda Kroeker Library is home to more than 30,000 books, e-books, audio visual materials, and online academic resources. The library primarily serves the needs of Calvary University students. Faculty, staff, and alumni, may also use the collection free of charge.
The Center is designed for all students and is ready to assist in any academic area; graduate students are also encouraged to use our services. Instead of worrying or stressing about assignments, come to the Clark Academic Center for expert help!
Through classroom instruction and partnerships with current practitioners in missions like Avant, Crossworld, Biblical Ministries Worldwide, and Ethnos360, the Burnham Center for Global Engagement provides students with the biblical and cultural knowledge and skills necessary for cross-cultural work and ministry.