“Shiloh University is a unique learning experience for me because it combines strong academic discipline with personable mentoring—this from exceptionally proficient scholars and teachers.” — Mitch W., MDiv Alumni
Shiloh University students come from different Christian churches and backgrounds. Therefore, the University faculty attempts to present courses in a manner that emphasizes knowledge, skills, and attitudes that inform a biblical worldview, undergirding varied expressions of the oneness and mission of Christ’s Church.
Shiloh University’s curriculum is designed to help students form a view from which they can perceive the working of God throughout history and recognize God’s moving in the world today. A biblical worldview will help students become an effective instrument of Christ in their communities and cultures.
Shiloh University programs are offered in a 100% online format and do not have residency requirements of any kind. The University conducts three trimesters of study per year, each term being 15 weeks in length.
University courses include weekly assigned learning activities and weekly engagement with fellow students in course-specific discussion forums. See Online Course Design for more information.
Graduating students are encouraged to attend the University’s annual commencement ceremony, but attendance is not a requirement for graduation. Commencement is held annually at the University’s headquarters in Kalona, IA.