Prospective Evangel Parents


Students value the input and guidance from their parents throughout the college-admissions process.

Students value the input and guidance from their parents throughout the college-admissions process.

We understand that the college search and transition process is as monumental for parents as it is for students. We also know that as parents, you have unique questions and concerns. The Evangel community is here to walk you and your student through the process.

The best way to learn about Evangel is to schedule an EU Visit and experience it for yourself, but we know that visits aren’t always practical or possible. So we’ve compiled some of the most common parent questions that we receive on visit days. Please let us know if you have a question that is not answered below.


Safety and Security Questions

Academic Questions

Health and Wellness Questions

Spiritual Life Questions

Residence Life Questions


Parent Perspective: What You Need to Know

Researching colleges and helping students make the right choice can be a daunting task for parents, especially those going through it for the first time. Who better to learn from than those who have recently been where you are now? We asked some current parents and students to share their stories, tips and advice:

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Want the real scoop on life at Evangel? Who better to tell you than our student and faculty bloggers who share insight and news from an insider’s perspective.

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Spiritual Life

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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