College without limits
Whatever your goal, attending Oak Valley College will help you achieve it. If you dream it, you will learn how to do it at OVC, a nonprofit Christian liberal arts college based in Colton, California. OVC is framed by six things:
- High-quality personal Christian college experience
- Strong academics - Professors know you by name and care about your academic, personal, and professional future
- Family - Small classes and a cohort of students; a rich personal experience in a supportive environment
- Practical and focused - Earn your bachelor's degree in business with a capstone experience - The Launch Pad
- Graduate in less than three years - Take three semesters per year and graduate with your bachelor's degree a year ahead of your peers
- Debt-free - Most students pay tuition with a part-time job and earn the degree without student loans. The total cost of tuition is less than the cost of a single semester at most private colleges
Apply now. Hurry, and we will waive the $50 application fee.
"What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul." - Mark 8:36
Apply to Oak Valley College. The application is free, and you will earn your Bachelor of Arts in three years. You study with a small group of students and live, learn, and grow together as a family. You earn your degree with no student loans and experience the freedom of starting off your career with the flexibility to do whatever you want without the burden of student loan debt.
What if your New Year's Resolution was to change the world, get better educated, and not go into debt? Oak Valley College may provide the means to accomplish all three things at the same time. Wishing you the best 2018. May the world be at peace (yes, we can still pray for that). May you improve your situation in life. May your friends and family enjoy great prosperity and health.
Consumer sentiment is high, according to the University of Michigan survey. Unemployment is low, the lowest it has been since 2000 says the New York Times. The stock market continues to peak. Yet, what you read and see in the media, and what you hear from most politicians are things are bad...maybe even awful. What is the reality? Could this be the best of times and the worst of times?