Education at CIU doesn’t stop with your degree. It lasts a lifetime.
In fact, you can return to your CIU roots again and again, for more education and more fellowship and more deepening of your life in Christ.
CIU offers spiritually charged resources online and on campus for those who want to continue building their own personal character, foundational knowledge and servant-leader skills.
Whether you leave with an undergraduate degree, a graduate degree or even a doctorate in divinity, we have multiple learning for life resources available to you.
The Lowrie Center
The Lowrie Center for Christian School Education connects you with accomplished Christian educators in person and network with them online.
Robertson McQuilkin Library
The Robertson McQuilkin Library is an online collection of talks on topics such as Christian living, education and facing adversity. Each helps strengthen the message that "His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of Him" (II Peter 1:3).
Buck Hatch Library
The Buck Hatch Library, centered on the vitality of biblical marriage, provides the timeless wisdom of the gospels through recordings of one of CIU’s most beloved and influential scholars and teachers – James “Buck” Hatch.