Sterling College is a four-year college with a tradition of providing Christ-centered liberal arts education since its founding in 1887.
The College has experienced five consecutive years of growing student enrollment, reaching 736 in the fall of 2010.
Sterling has more than 19 academic programs and concentrations.
The student to faculty ratio is 14:1.
A campus-wide program for spiritual growth features traditional chapel services, Bible studies, alternative chapel options, student-initiated worship times, service projects, on-campus leadership opportunities, and a variety of student ministry opportunities both local and global.
Approximately 10 percent of the students participate in cross-cultural mission experiences each year.
Tuition for the 2012-2013 academic year is $20,950, with room, board and tuition totaling $28,000.
More than 90 perfect of the students receive some form of financial aid, while others receive awards for excelling academically and/or artistically/athletically.
Sterling has 14 intercollegiate men’s and women’s teams (NAIA).
In 2012, Sterling College studets came from 37 states and two other countries. One in five students is ethnic minority.