Union College is a co-educational liberal arts baccalaureate college in Lincoln, Nebraska, founded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1891. The college has continuously operated on the same site and under the same name since it was founded.
Before 1922, the state of New York was divided into three Adventist conferences: the Greater New York Conference (1902- ), which encompassed the metropolitan New York City area; the Western New York Conference (1906-1922), which operated a secondary school near Salamanca successively called the Tunesassa School (1906-1907), Tunesassa Intermediate School (1907-1913), Fernwood Intermediate School (1913-1917), and Fernwood Academy (1917-1921); and the Eastern New York Conference (1906-1922), which operated Clinton Academy for one year (1920-1921).
The University of Arusha, originally known as Arusha Adventist Seminary, is an institution of higher learning operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Tanzania, under the Adventist philosophy of education (holistic education) and policy to meet its mission locally and internationally.
The University of Eastern Africa, Baraton (UEAB), situated in Nandi County in the Rift Valley of Western Kenya, is the oldest Adventist university on the continent of Africa to offer a variety of degree courses in arts, applied sciences, and natural sciences. It first opened its doors in September 1979 to a very small number of students. Another twenty students were enrolled on January 28, 1980. On March 28, 1991, UEAB became the first private university to be chartered in the Republic of Kenya.
The University of the Southern Caribbean (formerly Caribbean Union College) is located in the lush northern mountain range of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The only privately-operated university in this nation was granted a charter by the country’s government in March 2006 and offers a wide range of fully accredited degrees.
Upper Myanmar Adventist Seminary (UMAS) is a coeducational boarding institution located at Siyin, Gyothonbin Block 1, Bogyoke Road, Kalay.
The Uruguay Adventist Academy (Instituto Adventista de Uruguay or IAU) is an institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church worldwide educational network, and it operates in the ecclesiastical field that belongs to the Uruguay Union of Churches Mission (União Uruguaia or UU).
The Valentín Gómez Farías Adventist School belongs to the Central Veracruz Mission, one of the fields of the Interoceanic Mexican Union.
Valley View University is owned and operated by the West-Central Africa Division of Seventh-day Adventists. The institution operates on several campuses and centers within Ghana. It takes the pride of being the first private university accredited and chartered in the country.
Vatuvonu Adventist High School is a coeducational day school and boarding college located on the southern shores of Buca (pronounced Bootha) Bay on the island of Vanua Levu, Fiji.
In 1890 M. M. Olsen and his wife were called home to Denmark, from the United States, and assigned to establish a school in Copenhagen, together with Carl Ottosen, who later established Skodsborg Sanatorium.
West Elementary Adventist Academy (Academia Primaria Adventista del Oeste) serves students from the towns of Moca, Añasco, Rincón, Aguada, Mayagüez, Hormigueros, Cabo Rojo, Las Marías, Maricao, and San Germán in the West Puerto Rico Conference.
The Willowdene Group of Schools is a Seventh-day Adventist co-educational institution that is owned and operated by Central Jamaica Conference, located at 58 Brunswick Avenue in Spanish Town St. Catherine. The school is recognized by the Government of Jamaica through the Ministry of Education as well as the accrediting body of the Inter-American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Yangon Adventist Seminary (YAS) is a Christian institution owned and operated by Myanmar Union Mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church since 1975. The school is located in Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Yunnan Junior Academy (also known as Yunnan Training Institute) was one of the three lower-middle schools in the West China Union.1 This school played an important role in the outreach to the ethnic mountain minorities in the southwestern China region.
Zaoksky Adventist University is a religious educational institution of higher learning, established by the Euro-Asia Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1988.