Follow Your Path.
Further Your Education.
Find Your Future.

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Find The Perfect Match

We help students connect with a wide range of colleges and universities across North America. By offering a variety of programs, majors and college fairs, anyone can find their ideal match.

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Colleges & Universities Across North America

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Majors across a wide range of fields

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Fairs throughout the United States

Our Mission

At Find Your Christian College, our mission is to help students connect with Christian colleges and universities across North America. Inspired by students working hard to follow their faith, further their education and find their future. Our college fairs, virtual tours and other planning resources are created to put a student in the best position to succeed.

Helping You
Discover Your Path


NACCAP (North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals) created Find Your Christian College as a resource for your college search process. We collaborate with hundreds of Christian colleges and universities across North America to promote Christian higher education. Look around our site, flip through THE (The Higher Education) Guide, search for your perfect match and plan to attend one of our college fairs. We are excited that you found us and hope our site provides helpful options and information.

Please contact us with any questions!

Sarah Seaton Kuban, Asbury University
“Asbury gave me the opportunity to cover major broadcast events like the Olympics in Athens and ESPN College Football. Gaining so much experience as a student paved the way for my career.”
Christian Washington, Huntington University
“I am so thankful to have the opportunity to be able to give back using the knowledge I’ve acquired over years of polishing my craft. It’s amazing to now be in a position where I can help pave the way for younger artists to be the impactful artists God created them to be.”
Dr. John Harris, Erskine College
“The point was to help them develop skills (quantitative analysis and qualitative analysis, for example), but I also wanted them to have a contemporary record of this important moment and how they experienced it,” Harris says. “It is something, I told them, that their kids would ask them about one day.”
Alan Hotchkiss, Multnomah University
“I love seeing the deep connection that takes place between our American partners and the students they sponsor. It is transformative for both the student in Rwanda and the family who supports them in the US.”

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