Crown College

Crown College

Crown College, a private non-profit institution, was founded as the St. Paul Bible Institute in 1916. The college was given its current name in 1992. The campus of Crown College covers 215 acres, and is situated in St. Bonifacius, Minnesota. It is affiliated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance and is also a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.

Crown College provides undergraduate as well as master's degree programs in various fields of study. Students can choose from courses in science, nursing, business and IT, and biblical and theological studies, among others. The master's degrees are available through both on-campus and through online study programs.

The sports teams of Crown College are nicknamed the Storms. The athletics department fields men's and women's teams in golf, soccer, volleyball, and basketball. The Storms compete in the NCAA Division III, and are members of the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference.

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