Future Students

Quick Facts about Emmanuel

Emmanuel is an undergraduate, degree-granting institution that focuses on ministry professions. Over 2000+ Alumni serve in every area of the workforce, all over the world.


Top 3 reasons to attend:

  • Academics – Small classes, hands-on learning and approachable faculty.
  • Community – Close-knit community, chapel services, residence life, mission trips, and community outreach.
  • Accredited with ABHE and chartered with the Province of Ontario ensuring a high quality, transferable education.


College Life

Starting college is a huge milestone. It’s marked with excitement, independence, uncertainty, and lots of questions. At Emmanuel not only do we challenge students academically, but we also encourage them to grow in their relationships with God, their family and friends, and fellow students. Check out these resources on life after high school and what to expect once you start college.

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Emmanuel is located in an active urban environment in the city of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. With 2 well-known universities, a community college, and a Bible College, there are many services and businesses geared towards students.

  • City of Kitchener population 223,715
  • Region of Waterloo population (Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and the surrounding area) 492,390
  • Emmanuel Bible College is located in the heart of south-western Ontario, and close to many cities and attractions.
    • Toronto, ON   100 km
    • London, ON   110 km
    • Niagara Falls, ON   145 km
    • Buffalo, New York, USA  108 mi/175 km
    • Detroit, Michigan, USA   179 mi/288 km

Enrolment: 150-180

Average class size: 18

Faculty: Emmanuel faculty are passionate about teaching and engaging with students about how faith intersects with life. They are well-educated practitioners in ministry who have a global perspective and understanding of what it means to be God’s people in today’s world.

Students: Emmanuel is a diverse community represented by more than 36 different denominations; 54% male and 46% female.