News for Alumni

  • Stan Peters
    Stan Peters returns to campus as Athletics Director

    Briercrest Athletics welcomes Stan Peters to the role of Athletics Director.


  • Prioritize, don't compromise: Briercrest College's new BA Psychology lets students put their faith first without compromising on their academics.
    Briercrest's BA Psychology provincially authorized

    Briercrest College's BA Psychology is now authorized as university level and quality. The College will begin offering provincially recognized Psychology degrees this fall.


  • I.S. Support Technician
    Employment Opportunity

    The Support Technician provides front-line technical and administrative support that enables staff, faculty and students to effectively use the information systems available at Briercrest College and Seminary.


  • Men's Volleyball Assistant Coach
    Employment Opportunity

    The Men's Volleyball Assistant Coach will assist and lead in the execution of the overall athletic plan


  • Brad Cole to lead Briercrest hockey

    Briercrest is excited to have Brad Cole as hockey's new head coach.


  • Chance Pahl, PhD
    Summer doldrums

    Struggling to slow down this summer? Let Dr. Chance Pahl convince you of the importance of resting now (for the sake of your future).


  • Dan and Megan with their children Evangeline and Lewis
    Serving coffee, serving the community

    If you’re in Sylvan Lake this summer, stop by Timber Coffee Co. Be a part of the work YFC is doing and say hi to some Briercrest alumni!


  • Briercrest Students at Qwanoes
    Just camp things

    Briercrest is connected with camps across Canada, many of which are staffed by our students and alumni. In preparation for the camp season, here's a list of the things we love that just scream "camp."


  • Melo returns to Briercrest as assistant coach

    Briercrest Athletics is excited to announce the hiring of Matt Melo as the men’s hockey assistant coach.


  • President Michael Pawelke
    Thinking crazy or thinking biblically

    Followers of Christ must be willing to unlearn incorrect mental models and replace them with correct mental models leading to the shaping of a Christian worldview. President Michael Pawelke shares a case study in the power of biblical thinking.


Through my time at Briercrest, my relationships with others are richer, more meaningful, genuine, authentic and real. I am thankful for all I have learned, but most of all growing in my walk with Jesus!
Erin Wiens (Seminary)