Gutenberg College consists of an undergraduate “Great Books” liberal arts program, two auxiliary institutes (McKenzie Study Center and Art Project), and Gutenberg College Press. Together Gutenberg College, McKenzie Study Center, and Art Project constitute a single educational institution that exists to educate individuals and to foster both an understanding of the biblical worldview and a desire to pursue truth conscientiously. Gutenberg College Press serves as an outreach vehicle for the mission of the educational institution.
At Gutenberg College, education is a means to an end. The goal is mature adults who know how to live well—people who have carefully crafted a sound worldview and have acquired the knowledge and skills to live productive and constructive lives. Toward this end, Gutenberg College’s undergraduate program offers a broad-based liberal arts education in a unique environment. Students who graduate from Gutenberg’s four-year program receive a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Liberal Arts.
► Use the links on the right to find out about Gutenberg’s foundation—its history, its philosophy of education, its distinctives. If this is your first visit to the website, begin with the “President’s Welcome” in the Gutenberg FYI section. There Dr. David Crabtree briefly introduces the Gutenberg website and describes why Gutenberg College is unique.