From The School
Part of the experience of college is living, studying and breathing the same air as your classmates. You will likely make some of the best friends you will ever have, create a ton of memories and learn a lot about people in the process. At Point Loma, we understand that this is an important part of university life, and we do everything we can to help make it happen. Favorite Places We asked current students to tell us their favorite places to go in San Diego. Here are their answers:
Petco Park Downtown San Diego
The park on Shelter Island
Pat and Oscars Seaport Village
Fashion Valley Mall
The Gaslamp District
The Farmers Market
The Living Room Horton Plaza
Kobeys Swap Meet
You have a wide variety of skills, desires, experience, and passion-and PLNU has a wide variety of places to put all of that to use for the Kingdom of God. Maybe you are compelled to see the way that Gods people worship in another country... or to get to know families in need... or to play the bass in a worship band... or to lead your halls Bible study... or to visit those in prison. PLNU, a university dedicated to the practical call of Jesus to love God and love others, invites you to explore those interests here. We are committed to opening up as many doors as possible for you to serve. There are many opportunities for students to become involved in Clubs and Organizations at Point Loma. Most of these fall under the direction of ASB (Associated Student Body). PLNU and the ASB Board of Directors encourages you to participate in the wide range of opportunities that we provide. For more information, please visit www.pointloma.edu/campuslife
CAMPUS LIFE FAQ
Besides clubs and ministry groups, what else can I get involved in at the university?
There is no shortage of opportunities for you to get involved outside the classroom. Here is just a sampling of some of the opportunities. Review the Student Handbook for more options. Outdoor Leadership and Recreation Mission Trips/LoveWorks Chapel Covenant and Discipleship Groups Worship Ministries Time-Out Team Barnabas Intramural Sports Peer Educator
What are the lifestyle expectations for PLNU students?
In signing a covenant with Point Loma Nazarene University as part of your application process, you agreed to follow institutional policies as outlined in the Student Handbook and in the university catalog. In turn, the university community is committed to helping you achieve your goals. PLNU is committed to fostering a healthy environment. As a part of that commitment, all members of the community are expected to abstain from all alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drug use on and off campus.
Will I have access to the Internet?
Students can research and communicate using the campus wireless network and from computer labs, library, or residence hall rooms. Each student is given a network and an e-mail account. For more information, please visit www.pointloma.edu/campuslife