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    9 Ways to Pay for Your First Year at College

    Private Christian education is expensive. However, each year students tell us that the cost is worth it, and more accessible than they thought. The average Briercrest student uses four sources to pay for school—here are nine you should know about!

 

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    Friday, April 17, 2020 to Sunday, April 19

    50th Reunion - Class of '70

    This event has been postponed due to the current COVID-19 measures being taken on campus. This event will be held in the fall, date to be determined.

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    Wednesday, April 22, 2020

    Expensive, But Worth it: How to Pay for Christian Higher Education

    Each year students tell us that the cost is incredibly worth it. Hundreds of young adults choose Briercrest each year because of the mix of Christian discipleship community and highly transferable university-level education that we offer.

  • Friday, May 8, 2020 to Saturday, June 6

    Fiddler On The Roof

    Briercrest Summer Stage, scheduled for May 8 - June 6, is postponed indefinitely Summer Stage May 8 - 7 pm May 9 - 2: 30 pm May 15 - 7 pm May 16 - 2:30 pm & 7 pm June 5 - 7 pm June 6 - 2:30 pm & 7 pm

  • Friday, May 8, 2020 to Sunday, May 10

    CHS 50th Anniversary Reunion

    This event has been postponed due to the current COVID-19 measures being taken on campus. The 50th anniversary reunion of the Caronport high school class of 1970 - May 2020.

  • Friday, May 22, 2020 to Saturday, May 30

    Brigadoon

    Briercrest Summer Stage, scheduled for May 8 – June 6, is postponed indefinitely Summer Stage May 22 - 7 pm May 23 - 2: 30 pm May 29 - 7 pm May 30 - 2:30 pm & 7 pm

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My experience at Briercrest Seminary changed me as a person and therefore equipped me to serve others in more beneficial ways. This is a result of the character shaping, and the abundance of knowledge and Christ-centred learning I experienced.
Mary-Lynne Eggink (Seminary)