Summer Opportunities

This year we are taking everything that makes Sterling College unique and putting it into a creative camp experience. Don't miss this summer's youth leadership camp!  We will teach the concept of servant-leadership and give opportunities for campers to live it out through service projects, team-building activities, and daily challenges. Read more on our camp brochure.

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Sterling College provides a unique educational experience with quality academics, excellent faculty, and life-changing experiences. You will develop relationships with faculty and staff that challenge you in every aspect of life. The opportunities, friendships, and knowledge that can be gained at Sterling will cause you to explore things like faith, potential careers, and leadership positions.

Examples of Student Work

Sterling College has been privileged to be the academic home for hundreds of young artists-in-training. Whether in painting, graphic design, ceramics or photography, our students repeatedly demonstrate a commitment to excellence in the arts. They are serious about investing in their craft and focused on producing quality portfolios in anticipation for their future careers.

Take a moment to view assorted samples of student artwork below.


Welcome to SCORch--the Sterling College Online Radio Channel!

Now you can listen along as our students broadcast live from our campus with great music and fun talk show programming. Click here to stream the channel in iTunes, Windows Media Player, or even from your smart phone or tablet.

CLEP Exams Offered at Sterling College

The College-Level Examination Program is now being offered at Sterling College. CLEP is a credit-by-examination program that is sponsored by the College Board. The exams give students the opportunity to earn college credit by achieving qualifying scores on exams.

Theology and Ministry

The Sterling College History and Government Department prepares its majors with a rich understanding of culture, geography, government, science, literature, and religion. As you study the people and events that have shaped the world and continue to affect current public issues, you will gain a strong understanding of United States history and both Western and non-Western civilizations. Our program will challenge you to think critically and form reasoned arguments and judgments.