Warner University

Warner University


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About Us

Warner University's first freshman class of just 27 students entered in the fall of 1968. But now, Warner bustles with almost 1,200 students from over 30 states and 20 countries, all dedicated to learning in a vibrant Christian community. Our West campus has grown from two buildings to eleven, including the recently built Holland Hall dorm, Ed & Myrtle Lou Swindle Ag Complex, and the new Tye Athletic Performance Center.

Warner University's undergraduate program includes over 35 liberal arts and professional majors, including the Agricultural Studies bachelor's degree. We also offer four graduate level programs designed for working professionals: Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts in Education, Master of Ministry, and Master of Science in Management, including a concentration in Criminal Justice. Warner’s liberal arts curriculum, in a wide variety of academic disciplines, prepares students to successfully meet the demands of today’s workplace and the challenges of graduate school. We develop servant leaders who evaluate issues from a Christian perspective and who strive to live out their belief in their communities, churches, and homes.

The administration, faculty and staff are highly qualified in their areas of service, and dedicated to the ministry of higher education. Together, they model the values of Christian community for the students, the local area, and the world. Warner University is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Division II and The Sun Conference. Students compete in a number of intercollegiate sports.


President Hoag
Campus Entrance
Gazebo donated by Cleo and Thelma Carlile in memory of Rev. Clifford Cleo Carlile and Elmer W. Yerden
Crews Memorial Clock Tower
Love Essence Sculpture by Esther Augsburger
Campus Life
Student Union
Academic Excellence
Pontious Learning Resource Center

Rep/Contact Info

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Craig Clevenger
Development Officer