Ministry Engagement
Musicians team up with ministries to serve and showcase their talent for missions.
Performance Opportunities
Students are given various performance opportunities, including recitals, chamber large ensembles and worship concert.
Artistic Expressions
Students showcase their talents at recital performances
Empowering Through Music
Learning experience for Christian music available today
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Olivet University’s Jubilee College of Music offers a complete learning experience for Christian music. JCM’s music course curriculums provide opportunities to develop professionally in areas such as composition, writing, and performance. and challenges to lead young musicians to new horizons in Christian music.

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Choose an academic program, discover our exceptional faculty. Pursuing a goal is only an arm’s reach away, with a completely devout and supportive faculty to guide students in each step.

20

JAN

Last day to drop courses with fee

FRIDAY

27

JAN

Last day to apply for Winter quarter Leave of Absence

FRIDAY

13

MAR

Registration begins

MONDAY

15

MAR

Last day of classes

WEDNESDAY

16-22

MAR

Final exam period

THURSDAY

22

MAR

Winter quarter ends

WEDNESDAY

Students at Jubilee College of Music, JCM, recently held an online meeting with the dean of the school Dr. Merril Smoak. Though students were not able to take in-person classes for several quarters, the meeting united their hearts together once again as they came to share the word of God and receive encouragement. Read more

Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. Psalm 119:105 ESV #olivetuniversity

Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord. Psalm150:6 KJV #olivetuniversity

“Music is a wonderful gift from God. We graciously accept this gift, rehearse it, and then give it back to God as our praise and worship. This is our teaching philosophy at the Jubilee College of Music as we train musicians and worship leaders for ministry in the world wide Kingdom of God.”

A. Merril Smoak Jr. 
Dean of College, Professor