Briercrest College

A unique Christian college built on three pillars: a biblical/theological foundation, the formation of Christian life and service competencies, and reflection of these in arts, science, and marketplace learning. We are training young adults to seek the kingdom of God, to be shaped profoundly by the Scriptures, and to be formed spiritually and intellectually for lives of service.


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As a military chaplain, I can reach people that are searching or lost in a different way than a pastor can. I’ve done the Kaléo program and the music program, and I’ve lived and breathed Briercrest, so continuing here in the seminary makes sense
Paul Reimer
BA Music 2018

Webinars

Check out our series of webinars on what life will be like on campus in September.



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Keeping The Faith

The Competition for Character Education report discovered that students who attended Christian higher education were more likely to remain connected with the Church and with their faith.



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3 Reasons Why I Love the NLT

Hear Carl Hinderager, PhD and Briercrest legend, explain why the NLT is his Bible of choice. No matter what translation you prefer, we promise you'll find his love for Scripture contagious.

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  • The Briercrest Fund

    Gifts to the annual Briercrest Fund help keep tuition fees lower and make it possible for more students to afford a Christian education.

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  • Keeping The Faith

    Students who attended Christian higher education were more likely to remain connected with the Church and with their faith.

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  • Your Legacy

    We invite you to prayerfully consider joining the growing group of friends who desire to do great things for God through Briercrest.

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The most satisfying thing about Briercrest is that I can study in an environment that encourages me in a healthy relationship with God and others. It gives me a chance to make friendships and relationships with those who have the same values as me.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015