Men and women live in separate buildings but take classes together. Academically, the programs are identical. Men fall under the Men’s Division and their work assignments and daily routines differ from women. For more information about daily life at Life Challenge, click on the video link “A Day In The Life” in the sidebar to the right.
In order to graduate men students must live on campus for at least one year, follow all the published rules of conduct and complete the academic requirements for graduation. During this one-year term every student will live, eat, work, study, attend classes, attend chapel services and go to church under the supervision of the Men’s Division staff, according to the rules and regulations as set forth in the Student Handbook (available for download on the Resources page).