Women and men live in separate buildings but take classes together. Academically, the programs are identical. However women’s afternoon routines differ from the men. For more information about daily life at Life Challenge click here.
In order to graduate, women students must follow all the published rules of conduct set forth in the Student Handbook (available for download here) and complete the academic requirements for graduation. Community living is an essential component of rehabilitation and, therefore, students will reside on campus for the duration of the one year program–eating, working, studying, attending Bible classes, chapel services, and other activities together on a daily basis.