BLUEFIELD UNIVERSITY is a private, liberal arts college founded in 1922, located in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains in southwestern Virginia. Bluefield College sits on 82 acres of land and consists of 14 buildings. The institution's location in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains provides plenty of opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, rappelling, white-water rafting, rock climbing, and hiking in the Virginia mountain countryside. Bluefield University is known for its classroom technology, affordability, personalized instruction, and learning settings in countries abroad (study abroad).
At Bluefield, students have the opportunity to be engaged in any number of student organizations, sports, or ministry opportunities. Students come from more than 33 states and 30 countries and 99% of students receive some type of financial assistance.
As a traditional liberal arts institution, Bluefield University recognizes the need for balance between the classroom and the co-curricular experience. The total college experience permeates all aspects of the University community to develop the total person. The Student Development Program at Bluefield University is designed to be an integral part of the education process by supporting and strengthening the educational, social, spiritual, and physical experiences of the student.
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