Dallas Christian College educates and mentors students to be people of influence, under God's influence, for a life of influence.
Dallas Christian College - Since its founding in 1950, training for Christian ministry and service to the church have been core to the College mission. This commitment continues through educational and mentoring programs for a broader group of students and an expanded commitment to public service.
Educates - The College offers a course of post-secondary instruction leading to the Baccalaureate degree. The curriculum is built upon a broad foundation of Liberal Arts and Biblical studies, culminating in a major field of study. This program is designed to provide an education from a Christian perspective, preparing students for entry into professional fields and graduate studies.
Mentors - The College fosters a culture of mentoring that begins in the classroom and permeates all student activities. This covers a broad spectrum, from academic tutoring and life coaching to spiritual formation and professional development.
Students - The College provides access to educational opportunities and resources that meet the needs of a diverse student population. Programs are offered through multiple delivery platforms to degree- and non-degree-seeking students.
People of influence - People of influence are those whose example and work make a positive impact on the world around them through direct and indirect means.
Under God's influence - This combination of Christian education and mentoring develops students whose lives are guided by the life and teachings of Jesus, the Son of God.
Life of influence - The successful execution of this mission results in alumni who are impacting their spheres of influence through their professions and voluntary service. While leadership is a prime indicator of influence, these people will be known for service with a unique blend of wisdom, character, talents, and skills.