What does community at Briercrest really look like? Student writer William Dmytrow explores this question through five main areas we see community at Briercrest.
Even though we do it every day, time spent eating often goes unnoticed. But eating together is central to developing community and growing as disciples of Jesus. Here’s why eating together matters, and how you can make the most of the cafeteria.
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!
If you’re considering applying to Briercrest, this blog is for you. We want you to get a sense of what life is really like for our students so that you can make your best college decision. If you have any more questions, fill out an inquiry or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also apply to Briercrest College at any time.
Despite the new restrictions in place, discipleship and community are still happening on campus. Learn more about what life on campus has looked like this year, and how you can join in mid-year!
You know you want to grow in your faith. But what can you expect when you set foot on campus? Hear our College Chaplain explain how discipleship actually happens on campus at Briercrest.
As of Friday, May 15, applications for the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) are open. Read this quick guide to applying for student financial support, and then go get your money!
Post-secondary students and recent graduates, you may be eligible to receive $1,250 a month this summer. We’re here to keep you up to date on the unfolding Canada Emergency Student Benefit and other financial supports for students.
Considering Briercrest? Find answers to your questions and hear from our students what life is really like at Briercrest