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Evangel University junior Skylar Turner from Rolla, Missouri, was one of 34 students, faculty and staff on a recent marine biology trip to Honduras. // PHOTO BY: Mallory Johnson

Academics, adventure and service in Honduras during Evangel University marine biology trip

A group of students from Evangel University recently snorkeled and SCUBA dove in some of the clearest and most biologically diverse tropical seas on Earth. The occasion was the annual Marine ...

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Dr. Paul Lewis, associate dean and professor of historical theology and intercultural studies at AGTS.

Research methods textbook published by AGTS professors

Royalties from Missiological Research to fund scholarships  A new textbook designed to teach the many methods of academic research has been developed by a team of professors affiliated with the ...

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Dr. Geoff Sutton and Dr. Heather Kelly of Evangel University lead a research team that focused on Christian counseling from the clients’ point of view. // PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

Evangel University professors publish counseling study

Two Evangel University counseling and psychology professors have had the results of their latest research published in the current issue of Spirituality in Clinical Practice, a peer-reviewed ...

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Dr. Lisa Tyson, director of the College of Adult & Graduate Studies at Evangel University // PHOTO BY: Kelby Lorenz

Evangel director elected president of national association for adult ed

“My passion for adult education grew as I saw students achieve things they never dreamed for themselves,” said Dr. Lisa Tyson, director of the College of Adult and Graduate Studies at Evangel ...

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Katelyn Schmitt helps Patrick Habimana, 13, with a language project during the free Literacy Lab offered by Evangel University each summer. Patrick was one of three refugee students from the Congo in the program this month. Katelyn recently completed her Master of Education in Literacy at Evangel. // PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

Evangel University’s annual reading clinic reunites students from Congo

Sixty-five local students benefit from free Literacy Lab SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Three refugee teenagers from the Congo in Africa joined with 65 local K-12 students to benefit from Evangel ...

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When the decision was made for Springfield, Missouri to host the O’Reilly General Army Hospital in February 1941, it established an inseparable link between Evangel University and the Springfield community.

Since 1955, Evangel has used its location and purpose to serve the community, while also receiving support for many students and initiatives.

Evangel, located in the heart of Springfield, sits on or near many of the city’s busiest roadways. With such accessibility, Evangel embraces its prominent position as a community landmark.

With immaculate learning and event facilities, Evangel offers the opportunity to host events large and small, which can be booked through Conference Services.

Through a variety of activities and partnerships, Evangel is a vital part of Springfield. Learn more about Evangel’s campus by visiting, or by watching what it has to offer.

Conference Services

When you're looking for a location to host your next business meeting, training event, or conference, consider Evangel University - a campus of beauty and convenience...

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Community School of Arts

Evangel University Community School of Arts is an outreach of Evangel's Music and Humanities departments, bringing education in the arts to those of all age...

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