As a Christian academic community, GLCC’s task is to educate men and women for preaching and other ministry roles as well as for careers related to the church or institutions in the public sector. In all instances, preparing students to be servant-leaders is central to the Colleges’ founding character, history, curriculum and campus ethos.
The four essential characteristics of a servant-leader are:
- Maturation of Christian Spirituality
- Formation of a Theological Worldview
- Development of an Awareness of and Respect for Culture
- Professional Competency and Skills
As each of these characteristics is addressed by specific portions of the curriculum, every student can better define the very concept of servant-leadership and their commitment to the role of God in their life.
Meaningful education for every student
Great Lakes Christian College has the remarkable distinction of having 80% of their full-time faculty either holding or in the process of earning Doctoral degrees. This exceptional academic profile reflects GLCC’s absolute commitment to serving the intellectual needs of their students.
The academic programs at GLCC place emphasis on study of the Bible and related subjects that help fulfill the college’s mission.