Domitory & Student Life


All full time, unmarried students are required to live on ANTS campus during academic year until their graduation. Rooms are assigned to students in the order in which the applications are received but rooms are available only for qualified students. Each student is responsible for any damage and cleanliness of the campus. Using tobacco, alcohol, and related drugs is prohibited in the campus and the dormitory. Safely concern is an individual responsibility to taking care of personal belonging and is required to observe seminary policies. Outside guests are to be allowed in the dining hall and accommodating guests in the dormitory is not allowed except for special arrangement with the warden. Students must not involve in any immoral act such as sexual immorality, all drug users, stealing, violation, abuse in word or physical attachment and other acts which do not conform to the Christian norm of living in Myanmar.

(a) Gents’ Dormitory:
One four sharing room, and six twin sharing rooms are available for boys in the Gents’ Dormitory. All the rest of the boys are to stay at the ground floor of the main building.

(b) Ladies’ Dormitory:
Eight four sharing rooms are reserved for ladies at the ground floor of the Great Commission Hall. [NB. Double-decked beds are provided. The students are expected to occupy the rooms just two days before the seminary reopens and to leave within two days after the close of the school year.]

(c) The Warden
His/her responsibility may include the following:

  1. Planning daily dorm devotions.
  2. Help the new students to adjust.
  3. Be a mom and dad to them
  4. Check attendance every day
  5. Counsel with the students on some matters.
  6. Be a teacher to the students.
  7. Check the dorms for cleanliness daily.
  8. Assign students to their chores in the dorm [some].
  9. Discipline the students who breaks dorm rules.
  10. Gather personal information on each student.
  11. Keep updates on how the student is doing in his class works and practical works.
  12. Help the students when they are sick.
  13. Assign older students to help the newer students
  14. Pray for the students [sicknesss and hardship]


1. Student Covenant:
“Through God’s Word, the Bible, it is revealed that the Master Teacher expects life worthy of His call. I, therefore, desiring to serve Him at the utmost of my capability, do solemnly hereby covenant with God and the seminary:

  • to be deeply devoted and committed to the call of Christian service
  • to live harmoniously and peaceably with one another.
  • to cooperate in the spirit of Christian fellowship throughout my student days.
  • to live a moral and exemplary godly life.
  • to be and respect godly authority
  • to abide by the rules, regulations and policies of the seminary
  • I understand that any continuous violation of the rules and regulations of the seminary could result to my dismissal from the seminary.”

2. Orientation Program:
All enrolled students are obliged to attend the orientation (about faith statement, community life, the expectation of ANTS, subject matters, etc.) At the beginning of each semester, we have time set aside to help orient the students to the seminary. New students will be enlightened as to what is expected of them.

  1. Seminary rules and regulations
  2. School Schedule
  3. Introduce the administration, faculty and staff
  4. Courses
  5. Yearly activities and events
  6. Outreach ministries

3. Social and Recreational Life:
There is a very limited space for sports in ANTS campus, However, the sport committee plans for the creational activities of the seminary, namely foot ball (outside ground), chinlone, table tennis, and badminton. There is a good term of fellowship with churches and other seminaries through social and sport committee.

4. Students Council:
Student input into the life and work of the seminary is conducted by means of the SC. The SC works closely with the Dean of Students to direct the extra-curricular activities of the student body. The the SC officers are elected by the student body before the end of the previous Academic Year. The SC Officers are Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer. There are several sub-committees such as Worship, Finance and Property, Social, Literature, Music, Library, Sports and Games, Medical, and TV-Video. The students are assigned responsibilities which regulate the day-to-day function of campus life.

5. Students’ Daily Schedule:

– 05:30 AM Rise and Shine
– 06:00 – 06:30 Morning Devotion
– 06:30 – 07:00 Quiet time, Personal Devotion
– 07:00 – 07:30 Campus Cleaning
– 07:30 – 08:00 Bath
– 08:00 – 08:30 Breakfast
– 08:30 – 12:30 Morning Session
– 12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
– 13:30 – 15:30 Afternoon Session
– 15:30 – 16:30 Sports and Games
– 16:30 – 17:00 Bath
– 17:00 – 18:00 Dinner
– 18:00 – 18:30 Private
– 18:30 – 19:00 Evening Devotion
– 19:00 – 22:00 Study Hour
– 22:00 – 22:30 Quiet time
– 22:30 PM Bed Time

About khawmpau

I came from Burma in May 1996. First I lived at Capital Heights, MD, and moved to Riverdale, MD at the end of 1997. Two years later, I moved to Greenbelt, at Spring Hill Lake Apt, and finally I brought a house by the grace of God in 2001 where I am living currently.
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