Progression Requirements: Medical Laboratory Science

Washington Adventist University Progression Requirements:

The medical laboratory science program reserves the right to ask a student to withdraw from the program if at any time the student’s scholastic achievement, ability to work with others, emotional stability, or patient contact proves unsatisfactory.  Scholastic achievement will be considered unsatisfactory any time the student’s cumulative grade point average falls below 2.50 for any two consecutive semesters.

Immediate dismissal will result if a student receives:

  1. A grade of D in any major or cognate course that is being repeated.
  2. A grade of D in any two major or cognate courses (cumulative throughout the program).
  3. A grade of F in any one course in the major or cognate area.

Andrews University Requirements:

Information about the Andrews University Progression Requirements can be obtained from the Andrews University bulletin and the medical laboratory science advisor.


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Ignite is a Saturday afternoon service geared at providing the campus community a time of fun, fellowship, and worship. It is intended to be Christ-centered, and spiritually creative, providing a space for learning, growing, and gathering.

SINGSPIRATION (Friday Night Worship Service)

Singspiration is a dynamic praise and worship service, filled with drama and dance, poetry and testimony, geared at those who are looking for the freedom to worship without limitations. Singspiration meets on Friday nights at 8:30pm following the University Vespers program.


Encouragement Ministries is geared at providing encouragement and support to students/staff/faculty of Washington Adventist University who are going through rough times, or celebrating a special occasion. Encouragement Ministries also serve as worship facilitators and prayer warriors for all campus worship services. It is also the goal of the ministry to empower and encourage students to fulfill their goals as students and future citizens of the global community.


The Homeless ministry is geared at providing students the opportunity to care for and minister to those who are less fortunate. Homeless ministry prepares and provides meals and clothing to those who are affected by homelessness within the DC metro area.


The bible studies ministry seeks to provide adequate opportunities for students who are committed to Christ to grow spiritually, or prepare those for baptism who are seeking to know more about Christ through the study of God's word.


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Silent Praise is a sign language ministry that seeks to share God's love to his people through signing and praise-dancing. It also serves as a worship-enhancer for all campus worship services and programs.


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