Student Life

 

Be part of authentic community by experiencing life together with classmates and staff

There is so much to do here at WOLBI outside of class! Whether it is sharing life with your discipler, experiencing dorm devotions in the evenings, taking a hike with friends in the gorge, attending a games night in staff homes, watching football in the lounge or sledding down the tube hill during the winter- lots of fun activities await!

Campus Life

Living in the dorms on campus at WOLBI is a significant part of your experience at WOLBI.

Living together with other students provides an environment where you will apply the principles you learn in class as you grow in your love for God and others.

The friendships you develop in the dorms will last long after you leave.

Meals

This is not your typical school cafeteria. We offer a Dining Hall with an amazing menu of delicious home-style meals 7 days a week!

We also are able to accommodate most dietary restrictions.

Just let our culinary team know about your needs.

Service Assignments

One aspect of campus life that all students will experience is the chance to help out in different locations on campus.

This will give you a chance to serve your classmates and the staff in a way that enhances all of student life.

Examples of this type of service may include: housekeeping, maintenance, kitchen duties, library, computer/classroom tech and tutoring.

Each student is expected to serve up to 8 hours per week in a service assignment.

Discipleship

Have questions you’ve been afraid to ask?

Ever wanted help and encouragement from others, especially someone older and more experienced?

Supervised student peer discipleship and staff mentors are available to all students as they help you navigate through the ups and downs of life.

Missions Week

Near the end of the Fall semester (mid-January), several days are devoted to a special missions emphasis. Special chapels, as well as personal interaction with Canadian missionaries, provides valuable insight and motivation.

These few days provide indispensable information for students considering missions and very often dramatically changes the direction of a student’s life.