The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) counts on fourteen colleges & universities providing ample opportunity for students to get involved in the community, explore personal faith, and connect to new ideas and perspectives.
You'll find diverse student groups on our campuses: Democrats, Republicans, Tea Party members, independents; Asian Student Associations, Black Student Unions, Latino Student Associations, International Student Organizations; Gay-Straight Alliances and LGBT groups; and faith-based groups representing Muslim, Jewish, Mormon, Catholic, Episcopal, Baptist, and other denominations.
What does it mean to be a college or university of The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)?
That's a reasonable question. The 14 schools, while diverse, have a number of things in common:
- A commitment to academic excellence and the liberal arts;
- An environment of open inquiry;
- An inclusive, welcoming community that respects all people and cultures;
- A focus on character, service, and leadership; and
- A passion for social justice.
You'll find students and faculty with strong values and faith. You'll also notice a philosophy of faith paired with reason: The best learning and personal growth occur when the intellectual and spiritual are combined.
Barton College | Wilson, NC
Bethany College | Bethany, WV
Chapman University | Orange, CA
Columbia College | Columbia, MO
Culver-Stockton College | Canton, MO
Drury University | Springfield, MO
Eureka College | Eureka, IL
Hiram College | Hiram, OH
Jarvis Christian College | Hawkins, TX
Lynchburg College | Lynchburg, VA
Midway University | Midway, KY
Texas Christian University | Fort Worth, TX
Transylvania University | Lexington, KY
William Woods University | Fulton, MO