Campus & Student Life
“Fulton Adventist University College is a Seventh-day Adventist Institution. As a Christian school, we encourage strong moral principles and a close relationship with God. We believe in a holistic approach to life that balances body, mind and spirit in such a way that students are fully prepared to change the world whereever they are”.
Spiritual & Worship Services
Weekly services include Wednesday evening midweek prayer meeting, Friday evening vespers service, a full range of Sabbath School divisions, Sabbath hour of worship, and Sabbath sundown worship. A week of prayer is scheduled twice a year while a mission emphasis week is scheduled once a year. Students and staff are encouraged to attend all services.
Monday - Friday Program
The Multi-Purpose Hall is for FAUC student use on Sunday through Thursday afternoons and four evenings per week: Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 6-10 p.m. Three areas with playground equipment are located at strategic points on campus. One is centrally located close to the student dormitories for married students on campus.A basketball court, a soccer field, MPC hall for volleyball and a 1.5-km track encircles the campus to provide various options for physical activity. There are also open spaces such as the Bure houses which provide a comfortable environment for students to visit with each other, relax, hold meetings, or fellowship.
This aspect refers to the tangible and biological elements of life. It includes your physical body, health, physical needs and the interactions you have with the physical world. Taking care of your body, staying healthy, and engaging in physical activities fall under this aspect. Fulton not only provides opportunities for academic education but also work education in various departments as appointed by the DOSS office.
To demonstrate that all areas of academic study need to be approached within a true Christian framework. To assist students to recognize and achieve their full potential, both academically and throughout life. To encourage the achievement of academic excellence through co-operation rather than competition. To identify students who may be experiencing difficulties (for whatever reason) and to provide appropriate remediation and counselling.