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OU San Francisco Moves into New Campus

On August 1, Olivet University San Francisco moved into its new campus in Mill Valley, California. The property was formerly the Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary until 2016 and was purchased by North Coast Land Holdings LLC. The campus was being used as an event space, and Olivet will continue the prior usage as a seminary campus.

“We are excited to be opening a new campus in the beautiful city of Mill Valley,” said Dr. Matthias Gebhardt, San Francisco Campus President. "It is especially thankful that we can use the former library, dorms, chapel and classrooms for educating students once again."

“Over the years, our students have participated in programs previously taught at the seminary. This is a good fit for us and we look forward to being a good neighbor within the local community,” added Gebhardt.

Olivet has maintained a campus in downtown San Francisco since 2004.

In addition to its San Francisco location, Olivet operates its main campus from Riverside, California as well as campuses across the United States. The university also offers education to students around the world through distance learning courses online.

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