Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are some of the programs OUI offers for the community? What is a typical “Olivet” experience?

A : Olivet University International offers seven programs, ranging from the baccalaureate to doctoral level. They are: Bachelor of Arts in Theology, Bachelor of Arts in Business, Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology, Master of Divinity, Master of Business Administration and Doctor of Ministry. A typical “Olivet” educational experience includes academic studies infused with a Christian worldview and scriptural truth.

Q : When can I apply to Olivet?

A : OUI welcomes applications from first-year candidates, as well as from applicants seeking to transfer from other accredited universities or colleges. Priority will be given to applications submitted for fall semester by the second Monday of January, and for the spring semester by the second Monday of May.

Q : How do I transfer to Olivet from another university or college?

A : Olivet University International welcomes applications from students seeking to transfer from other accredited colleges and universities. Applicants should have an official transcript from each transfer institution mailed directly to the Admissions Coordinator by the transfer institution and fill in a Transfer Credit Request Form and attach a course description or syllabus for every transfer course.

Q : How do I contact a staff or faculty member who is at OUI?

A : You can mail and ask for the specific department or person you wish you contact.

Q. Where is Olivet located, and where do I park when I get there?

A: The University is located in Anza, California.

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