Evangel University combines an affordable and welcoming campus with a dedication to academic excellence, spiritual empowerment and future success. Let’s see how they apply this to ensuring veteran success.

“Boldly Christian, Unquestionably Academic.”

Now, more than ever, students are looking for a university that offers what they need to become well-rounded students. Evangel students are thirsty to be engaged and educated both spiritually and mentally. Does this sound like an institution that would fit your needs?

Veteran-Friendly Evangel University Is Dedicated To YOUR Future Success

Overview of Evangel University

Steeped in history, Evangel is also breaking down barriers to become a cutting-edge, private, Christian institution in rural Missouri.

“Our commitment to the integration of faith, learning and life attracts students from a wide variety of Christian backgrounds. These students have a strong commitment to academics and an even stronger desire to combine their Christian faith with every aspect of their lives.”

With a current enrollment of 2,200 students (including undergraduate and graduate), Evangel offers its students over 100 academic programs including adult and graduate degree programs with average classes sizes at just 25 students.  However, if heading onto the 80 acre campus in Springfield, Missouri isn’t for you, online courses are also available.

Evangel University &  Student Veteran Success

Exciting news for student veterans at Evangel… In February 2016, the university received a long-awaited SVA chapter. Current student veteran enrollment is 81, with 19 veterans on campus as faculty and staff.

A few of the programs that Evangel offers: awarding credit for the CLEP Exam, Yellow Ribbon Program, and its new SVA Chapter.

Veteran-Friendly Evangel University Is Dedicated To YOUR Future Success

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Life at Evangel University

Evangel was recently named one of America’s most affordable and inviting campuses. For you veterans choosing to live on campus, this will help to extend your GI Bill benefits.

To really get to know what life is like on campus it’s best to go straight to the source… We suggest reading up on student publications, newspapers, and blogs (like the Evangel campus blog) so that you can get the best picture of what life is like on campus. What better way to learn what the school is really all about and decide if its a place where you want to be?

 

Check out Evangel’s profile on CollegeRecon and begin your conversation with their admissions counselor today.

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