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Student Development







The Student Deans are primarily responsible for the non-academic care of our students.  This includes counseling and discipleship, overseeing residence life and the Residence Life Team, and caring for the overall wellbeing of our students.  Contact us at

The Academic Center is designed for all students and is ready to assist in any academic area.  Additionally, we assist students in need of dietary, academic, or personal accommodations as a part of Calvary’s ADA initiative.  Click here for more information on the Academic Center, or click here for more information on Accommodations Support.

CU Student Engagement is in place to serve, connect, and involve students in CU  life through events held on campus as well as online relational support. It is our desire that students are immersed in their community, investing in the lives of others and building Christ-centered friendships for the overarching purpose of aiding the spiritual growth of student life.  Click here to learn more!

International Student Support – The ISS department assists third-culture students with the admissions process and also provides personal support and assistance throughout their time at Calvary.  Click here to learn more!

The NLI is the premier leadership training program at Calvary.  Students spend 20 hours a week in their track learning, developing, and practicing their leadership abilities.  Check us out here!

The SWP at Calvary works to keep our student’s education affordable.  Students receive training to help find off-campus work. In addition, Calvary awards a scholarship to qualifying students in the SWP.  For more information, click here.

Student Care and Counseling is a service of the Student Dean’s office.  Our goal is to come alongside our and provide biblical mentorship and counseling through life’s challenges, regardless of how big or small the challenges are.  For more information, click here.

The Calvary Security Department works around the clock to ensure the safety of the Calvary community.  Visit our page here.

The Student Handbook contains the non-academic policies and procedures of Calvary University.  As a student, you are held accountable to the information it contains.  Please contact the Student Dean’s Office if you have any questions!  Here is the current Student Handbook.  Have questions about academic policies?  You can access the University Catalog here.



Student Development

The Student Development Department at Calvary University will create an atmosphere that is conductive to spiritual, academic, and personal growth through:

Building Community




Cultivate a healthy Christian Community that is built on unity in Christ and service to each other

Biblical Training

Training Students to live biblically and with excellence in their spiritual, academic, and personal lives.

Cultivating Relationships





Develop discipleship relationships with students that model the Christian life, demonstrate personal excellence, and enable them to do likewise.

Providing Opportunity







Provide Students with opportunities to apply what they have learned in order to prepare them to effectively “live and serve in the church and the world”.

New Student Senate President

We are excited to announce that Samuel Tschetter is the new Student Senate President. Jonathon Van Pelt choose to step down because he and his wife are having a baby!! The interview is just to introduce you to Samuel and get to know him with 10 questions. Then he answers a few more questions regarding the senate and his goals. Feel free if you have any questions about Student Senate or questions for Samuel email him at  

Calvary’s Student Discipleship Leaders 2019-2020

Front Row: Faith Robinson, Charissa Harwerth, Brooke Glaszczak, Rachel Tschetter

Middle Row: Micah Wildasin, Logan Hiskey, Matt May

Back Row: Logan David, Tim Marchbanks, Zak Kirkman


Not Pictured: Bethany Cathcart, Jenny Her