Ouachita Hills College exists to provide a Christ-centered, character-oriented education which equips students to be successful in their chosen profession and to be active soul winners.
The vision of Ouachita Hills College is to demonstrate the power of implementing God’s counsel for the Seventh-day Adventist church in the field of educational endeavor by providing an environment that fosters the well-rounded development described in those counsels. In addition to being aptly prepared for their chosen profession, our students are enabled to cultivate habits of deep Bible study, practical work, and compassionate witnessing.
To develop high Christian character in our students by…
engaging students in cultivating a dynamic relationship with Jesus through personal devotional time, corporate worship, classroom instruction, and mentoring/modeling by staff.
creating an environment that provides the conditions for students to harmoniously develop their physical, mental, spiritual, and social natures.
Physical development includes working in agriculture, personal fitness, and vocational training.
Mental development involves maintaining or exceeding minimum GPA requirements in major and non-major courses of study.
empowering students to exercise self-government in ways that honor God by providing opportunities for individual responsibility.
To equip students to be active soul winners by…
participating in required canvassing trips.
participating in the Area Church Training Centers (ACTS) program.
participating in mission trips in North America and overseas.
applying hermeneutical principles from the Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy for the purpose of analyzing and evaluating various world views, systems, and beliefs; and for defending and explaining their beliefs to others as they seek to share the everlasting gospel with them.
To train our students to excel in their lifework by…
maintaining high academic standards while upholding Christian principles of excellence, integrity, and diligence in the classroom.
enabling students to formulate and apply a Biblical worldview in their chosen field of study that integrates Biblical principles in their chosen discipline.
developing workers who are capable, committed, self-sacrificing, and faithful by involving them in vocational areas, and by encouraging volunteer service.
assisting graduates in finding work in their chosen field within a three-month period after graduation.