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Evangel University

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About Evangel University

Evangel University is a comprehensive Christian university committed to excellence in educating and equipping students to become Spirit-empowered servants of God who impact the Church and society globally.

Our commitment to the integration of faith, learning and life attracts students from a wide variety of Christian backgrounds. These students have a strong commitment to academics and an even stronger desire to combine their Christian faith with every aspect of their lives.

Our motto is simply “Boldly Christian, Unquestionably Academic.” From our deep integration of faith into campus life to our challenging yet rewarding academic focus, Evangel University does more than prepare you to live life – we prepare you to live a life that matters.

Campus information

Six residence halls, married student housing, two academic buildings, a fine arts center, dining commons and student union, athletics center, library and more.

Evangel sits in the heart of Springfield, Missouri, near many attractions and facilities that help students make the most of their college experience.

Accommodation

Burgess Hall
Burgess Hall is a four-story residence hall named for Doyle. E. Burgess, former member of the Board of Directors and a president of the Evangel Council. Burgess Hall is an all-woman hall with capacity for 288 students.

Krause Hall
Krause Hall is a three-story male residence hall completed in 1970 and completely renovated in 2010. Krause Hall has a capacity to house 216 students.

Lewis Hall
Lewis Hall, the largest and newest of the residence halls, has capacity to house 352 students. The four-story structure houses female students on the North wing of the building and male students are housed on the South wing.

Scott Hall
Scott Hall serves as a men’s residence hall, with a housing capacity of 216 students. The male honor floor is located on the first floor of the South wing. 

Spence Hall
Named for Inez Hover Spence, a supervisor of both men’s and women’s residences, this building was completed in the fall of 1968 and opened as the first permanent women’s dormitory.

Walther Hall
Walther Hall is a women’s hall with a capacity for 216 students.

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 2

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