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Sending your student off to college can be intimidating. At Cornerstone University, we want to support you as you support your student and their decisions about their future. From financial aid to residence halls, we are here for you—to answer your questions and meet your needs every step of the way. As we welcome your student to campus for their very first semester, we also welcome you into our Cornerstone community.


Placement rate for traditional undergraduates who are prepared to lead in their careers and lives with influence and wisdom.


Of students participate in internship or practicum experiences.


Of first-time freshmen receive financial aid.

Cornerstone taught me to strive constantly for my greatest potential.

Ciara Wilke (’17)


Cornerstone has been ranked one of the safest colleges in the state of Michigan. With 24-hour campus security and card-entry residence halls, you can rest assured knowing that your student is safe and secure on campus. Cornerstone also offers free health services for every student.


Every student is valued as a child of God. At Cornerstone, we seek to cultivate students’ relationships with Christ and provide them with opportunities to worship, pray, and serve on and off-campus. We believe that Jesus Christ should be central in everything we do, and we seek to live out that calling every day. Find out more about our values, mission, and vision through the link below.

Student Support Services

We want every student to succeed and put their best foot forward during their time here. That’s why we offer student support services tailored to suit your student’s needs, whether they need help polishing their resume or a paper for class. Verna Miller Hall provides resources for all students with regards to career prep, tutoring and more.

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Since day one, Cornerstone has been committed to keeping Christ-centered education affordable. We believe that planning for your student’s future is important, and so is making wise financial decisions. Below you’ll find links to resources to help you and your student pay for college, including a net price calculator and scholarship opportunities. Cornerstone is also home to the Ron Blue Center, a place where students can learn more about financial literacy.


At Cornerstone, we believe that a career is a calling and should be treated as such. We don’t take your student’s calling lightly, and that’s why Career and Life Calling is committed to helping your student achieve his or her full potential. Cornerstone also offers several on-campus jobs that are eligible for work-study, and every student participates in an internship or practicum as part of their program.

Resources for Families of Homeschool Students/First-Generation College Students

For homeschool families and first-generation college students, the decision to go to college can seem like a large undertaking. We’re here to help you make the right decisions and feel informed during the admissions process. Here, you are part of our community, and every member of our community is important to us.


Learn more about the rigorous academics at Cornerstone and how we prepare students for what's next.


Learn more about the admissions process, requirements and applying to Cornerstone.


Our faculty come from diverse backgrounds with experience and expertise. They all strive toward the same goal: to see you succeed.




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