Authentic community flourishes around shared purpose. At Vanguard, a diverse community of scholars are poised to change the world.
I wouldn’t have been stretched in my moral belief system, spiritual belief system, and mindset without Vanguard.
If it wasn’t for my scholarship and my financial aid, I would not have been able to attend here.
VU has blessed me by bringing me into a community of not only future actors but future scientists and future politicians who believe that God is the one true savior.
That I’m able to be in such a positive environment is incredible. Thank you for where you've placed me, for the many gifts that you've given me, and for helping me expand on something on I'm so passionate about.
Thank you for the privilege it has been to come here, enjoy this community, and grow from it.
It's not a typical college experience, and that's what makes it so incredibly life-changing.
Vanguard is a place where people are known and cared for deeply by students and faculty.
I have been given countless opportunities to grow in my spiritual, professional, and educational development. I’m so thankful to have been able to call my university, home!
I'm flourishing at VU because the community is genuine and lively.
They have done a great job with the growing diversity on campus and I truly feel at home. I got involved with Black Student Union and formed so many lifelong friendships. I'm also involved in Student Leadership and it’s cool for me to not only be behind the scenes of the major events and conversations that take place on campus, but to be mentored and poured into by the staff.
Sean Kappauf, an alum who graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion: Biblical Studies, started a nonprofit in 2014. "One ATTA Time" brings water filters to countries in need.
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