WMCGW’s primary purpose is to provide religious training or theological education; and “WMCGW is a religious institution exempt from state regulation and oversight in the Commonwealth of Virginia.”

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WMCGW students are free to pursue their educational goals. The University shall provide curricula by which students may be given appropriate opportunities for learning in the classroom and on the campus. Each student has the right to personal privacy except as otherwise provided by law and University policy and this will be observed by students and University authorities alike. No disciplinary sanctions may be imposed upon any student subject to disciplinary action rising from alleged violation of the Code of Conduct without due process.

 

All WMCGW students may pursue their educational opportunities free from harassment, including physical abuse, threats or intimidation. WMCGW provides equal educational opportunities to its students without regard to race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age or disability. WMCGW prohibits discrimination on any of these bases and will take steps necessary to remedy any instances of such discrimination.

WMCGW students may express their beliefs, feelings and opinions so long as the manner of expression does not violate another community member’s rights. Specific examples of such violations include, but are not limited to, disrupting University functions and impeding access to any part of the campus and violations of the Code of Student Conduct. WMCGW reserves the right to impose reasonable regulations as to the time and place for some activities and, in certain circumstances, to require written permission before they may be undertaken.

The enrollment of a student to WMCGW signifies a voluntary decision on the part of the student to participate in the programs offered by the institution pursuant to the policies, rules, and regulations of the University and rules and regulations of the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. University admittance of a student, in turn, represents the extension of a privilege to join the University community and to remain a part of it so long as the student meets the required academic, financial, and behavioral standards of the University system (see Student Code of Conduct).

CHAPEL

 

Chapel services are held two times or Three times a week and all students are encouraged to attend the chapel regularly.

VA Time: 8:00pm-8:30 pm Mondays: Chapel (Korean) Thursdays: Chapel (English) MD Extension Site Time: 8:00pm-8:30 pm Mondays & Tuesdays: Chapel (Korean) Thursdays: Chapel (English) In the center of campus life stand the chapel service program as the main sources of spiritual guidance. Attendance will be checked and will be considered as the basis for determining benefits.

ADDRESS

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CHAPEL

 

Chapel services are held two times or Three times a week and all students are encouraged to attend the chapel regularly.

VA Time: 7:00 pm-8:30 pm Wednesdays: Chapel (Korean) , 10:30-12:00 Sunday : Chapel (Korean).  In the center of campus life stand the chapel service program as the main sources of spiritual guidance. Even students can't attend the service in campus, but have to attend service twice a week in any place. Attendance will be checked and will be considered as the basis for determining benefits.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

The Director of Students has the responsibility to seek and provide students with opportunities to develop Christian leadership and spiritual ministry.  Within the Washington metropolitan area there are opportunities for institutional work in jails, homeless shelters, struggling churches, hospitals, and nursing homes.  Everything is to be done to ensure that students will achieve maximum degree of benefit and fulfillment from personal involvement in various types of practical Christian work and community service throughout the Washington area.

CAMPUS EMERGENCY

During an emergency remain calm and listen for instructions from the person in charge, whetherfrom school personnel or an emergency response team. Make sure the 911 operator is called. If theemergency involves the whole school and is during regular office hours, someone in the administration willmake the call. If this is a personal emergency, such as a medical emergency, or after hours and the office isclosed, the student or a capable friend or acquaintance should make the call to 911.If you have not had a first aid course, please become familiar with the first aid survival guide at thefront of the phone directory white pages.

Calling 911

When you dial 911, be prepared to tell the 911 operator: 1. The phone number from which you are calling. 2. The address. 3. Any special directions on how to find the victim. For example: “Go to 4300 Evergreen Lane inAnnandale. Park in the “tunnel” that goes through the building. Go to the 2nd floor of the building.” 4. Describe the victim’s condition (i.e., unconscious, bleeding, burned, broken bones, etc.). 5. Describe what happened, how many were injured, and what help is being given. 6. Give your name. 7. Do not hang up until 911 operators tell you. They may have special questions.

Fire

In case of fire or fire drill on the Annandale Campus, all persons are to proceed quickly and calmly tothe parking lot to the south (behind the building). Fire extinguishers are located on the wall or near everystairwell and most exits. Near every exit there is also a diagram of the campus with the most expedient routefor teaching the main parking lot. Do not park in the single-lane drive around the building at any time. It is a fire lane, and must be keptclear for emergency vehicles.