Chris Stutzman

Assistant Director of Admissions

Hailing from his home state of Pennsylvania, Chris began with Providence Christian College as an Admissions Counselor in Fall 2017. He holds a BA in Cinema and Media Arts with a minor in Biblical Studies at Biola University.

Since graduating from Biola University in 2013, he has been blessed to work with some great organizations across the world including Fortune 500 companies, small start-ups, and institutions of higher education. He started out of school as an Assistant Varsity Swim Coach for Biola University, which is where Chris discovered his passion for working in Christian higher education.

He has a heart for engaging students, developing their potential, and encouraging them to pursue Christ as they continue their journey of understanding God’s purpose for their lives. In the future he plans to continue his education in pursuit of an MFA in Screenwriting and one day working in the LA film industry while teaching as a professor.

As Assistant Director of Admissions, Chris sees a unique and exciting opportunity to help develop and serve a new generation of influential thinkers and leaders impacting the world for Christ. He has a strong commitment to diversity, cultural engagement, liberal arts education, and Reformed theology.

“I believe that each student has a unique story and God-given purpose for their lives. In this ever growing and challenging cultural climate, we more than ever need students grounded in biblical truth who are equipped to wrestle big questions, engage their communities, and impact the world for Christ.”

Chris lives in Pasadena with his wife Sofia and son Oliver. He enjoys the sunny Southern California Mediterranean weather, hiking, movies, traveling, reading, photography, and writing screenplays and poetry. He attends church at Grace Pasadena.

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