Student Life

Free Dorm Room

Don't want to pay for your dorm room?

Sterling College is offering free dorm rooms* to those who act fast! If you want a great education and college experience, Sterling is the place for you. Hurry! Limited offer!

*Students eligible for the Freshmen Stay Free scholarship must be first-time freshmen and maintain a class load of at least 12 credit hours (full-time). They must have a composite ACT score of 28 or higher or an SAT score of 1310 or higher. Standard freshman occupancy applies.

Professional Associations

The Sterling Teacher Education Program is associated with several organizations and resource centers. Education faculty members serve as facilitators for two groups who provide guidance for the licensure programs, the Teacher Education Advisory Council (TEAC) and Teacher Education Committee (TEC). The Program is affiliated with two educational consortiums, the Associated Colleges of Central Kansas (ACCK) and Educational Services and Staff Development Association of Central Kansas (ESSDACK), which provide educational opportunities to faculty and students.

Spring 2013 Bible Studies

Cleaning out your thought closet          
Bible Study Leader: Brooke Sutton
Day/Time: Monday at 9:00 p.m.
Location: 4th Floor Cooper
Brief Synopsis: Following a study by Jennifer Rothschild, we will be examining our thought life as women—what lies/beliefs/thoughts do we “clothe” ourselves with every day? We will be learning to replace those old ways of thinking with the truth of what God’s word says about who we are as daughters of the King.


The 11th Annual Love Sterling will be Saturday, April 25th, 2020 from 8 a.m. to noonThe 10th Annual Love Sterling will be Saturday, April 27th, 2019 from 8 a.m. to noon.

This spring, college students, faculty and staff plan to give back to the community. Join us in service and celebration as we set apart a day to love Sterling.

Counseling Services

Sterling college offers counseling services free to any of our students. The purpose of providing these services is to improve their academic performance and emotional, social, and spiritual well-being. Research indicates that students who struggle socially or emotionally are more likely to either drop out of school or transfer. We aim to reach out to those students, so that their college experience can be more enjoyable and successful.