Upon arrival at the school, students will be provided with a Student Handbook where they will find everything they need to know about student life at Summit.
Below are highlights of the policies that make Summit unique and which students might want to know before packing up and heading to the school.
Cell phones are not in use while on campus, with the exception of visitors’ weekends, when students choose to leave the campus for the weekend. Each dorm is equipped with multiple phones for students to use.
Computers, MP3 players (iPod, Zune, etc.), TVs, radios or personal entertainment units are also not permitted on campus. There are computers with selected internet access in the library for students to use; a computer lab is also available for ministry projects and research for assignments.
Students are asked to follow a dress code during classes and chapel services. The dress code colors are: navy, black, grey, khaki, white, and dark brown.
The women’s dress code consists of a solid, long-sleeve or ¾ sleeve blouse and a solid color skirt, which falls to the knee in the colors specified by the school.
The men’s dress code is a collared, solid color, long-sleeve dress shirt, with solid color dress pants, and a conservative tie in the colors specified by the school.
While on campus students are asked to forego pursuing a relationship, in order for students to seek and experience God in the most unhindered way possible.