Prospective students interested in applying to Olivet University should complete an application, available upon request from Olivet University's Office of Admissions or on the Internet at apply.olivetuniversity.edu.
All applicants to Olivet University should evince strong Christian character, potential for effectiveness in Christian ministry, and the scholastic ability and emotional maturity to handle a higher education experience.
Olivet admissions personnel will review applicants' information and inform them whether or not they have been accepted for admission. Prospective students are encouraged to discuss plans, goals, and questions with Olivet Office of Admissions staff during this application process.
To request application forms and instructions, please visit http://apply.olivetuniversity.edu.
Olivet University welcomes an application from any academically qualified person who desires to study in a spiritually disciplined atmosphere, and who is in agreement with the doctrinal position, ethical standards, educational philosophy, and objectives of the school. Olivet University does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, or against otherwise qualified handicapped persons in its admissions policies, employment policies, administrative policies, scholarship, and loan programs.
Each prospective student should also demonstrate evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ with a consistent testimony and character.
The privilege of attending Olivet University is contingent upon a student's full cooperation and agreement with the policies and principles of the school. The school reserves the right to request the withdrawal of any student who does not fit in with the spirit of the institution regardless of whether or not he or she conforms to all specific rules and regulations of the school. Any student who willfully violates the principles of the school or whose attitude and conduct is found not to be in the best interest of the community will be asked to withdraw