The goal of the College is not limited to providing academic education, but is also focused on mentoring the students in various aspects of life. Students can approach any member of the faculty to seek advice and especially the designated Dean of Students.
Every year, at the beginning of the first semester, the College organizes a two-day retreat. It is an opportunity for a better acquaintance between students, faculty and staff.
Spiritual and Social Life
Every student is responsible for their own personal life, spiritual journey and Christian development.
We treat Sunday as an opportunity for spiritual service, participation in church and free time for spiritual reflection. This means that daily tasks come to a pause and all students, visitors, faculty and staff are able to join the activities of their local churches.
Four times a week all students and faculty gather together for worship, prayer or small-group discussion. One evening per week there is a prayer meeting at the College. Usually the students are independently active in various spiritual engagements which encourage and cultivate a spirit of Christian service. All students are expected to have some involvement in these activities.