Doctor Loisteen Archie School of Ministry reserves the right to make changes in the regulations,
college cost, course fees, and other matters of policy and procedure as and when deemed

Students having questions not answered in this publication may obtain further information from
the Office of Academic Affairs.
Doctor Loisteen Archie School of Ministry does not discriminate against any person because of
their race, ethnicity, religion, color, sex, disability, or national origin. Doctor Loisteen Archie
School of Ministry complies with all applicable federal and state nondiscrimination laws
consistent with the Assurances of Compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,
Executive Order 11246, as issued and amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972,
as amended; Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; and Section 303 of the
Age Discrimination Act of 1975.

Student- Centered

This school seeks to provide a support through mentorship to gain academic excellency.

Spiritual Growth

This school will challenge every student to become more equip to the spiritual realm.


This school will always operate and receive individuals and receive students who are willing to accept the goals and the mission of school.

Outreach and Engagement

This school will encourage all students to fellowship and engage in outreach through mission.

Guiding Philosophy

  In establishing Doctor Loisteen Archie School Ministry, founders and educators were motived by a mutual desire to provide students preparatory instruction for effective  and successful Christian living.  Each was keenly sensitive to the agency of this need. To appreciated its importance, one must fully understand  the concepts of ” Christian living.” Man is a social being and, as such, must be prepared to adjuster to his/her environment and fellow man. He must be able to participate fully in those social advances that characterize progress while attainting the ability to express effectively his own ideas, work cooperatively with others, and pursue a personally satisfying and socially constructive vocation free from the fears that crush initiative, frustrate ambition, and undermine self- reliance.  These virtues, however, do not constitute the entirety of Christian living.

Women and men attain their true significance in the pattern of human conduct only when founded upon a sincere and conscientious pursuit of the spiritual development of the individual. One must know, understand, and follow the divinely inspired pattern for this growth. There is a responsibility to God that supersedes all others, and God has stated the terms by which that responsibility must be met. Since the Bible is God’s revelation of the pattern of spiritual development, daily instruction in His Word is a fundamental aspect of DLA School of Ministry. To the founders and supporters of DLA School of Ministry, this is the most significant aspect of the whole pattern of human growth and development. In keeping with this concept of Christian Living, DLA School of Ministry is dedicated to the purpose of offering such academic instruction that will prepare students to effectively take their places in the business and social world, well rooted and grounded in the Word of God.