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Aubrianna Belinte is a Navajo student from Holbrook, Arizona. She is pursuing her B.A. in Church Leadership because she wants to go into ministry and be a missionary. After graduation, she wants to work with youth and “get into some kind of mission and travel to different parts of the world.” She believes SAGU AIC is already preparing her for a life in Christian ministry, since she attends chapel three days a week and is around other Christian students close to her age.

She was first drawn to SAGU AIC from Native Youth Convention. As she learned about it more, she liked that SAGU AIC is “pretty inexpensive and a small campus. It’s a friendly environment and not so far from home.” Her favorite thing about SAGU AIC is the closeness. “All the professors know you, and there’s not a lot of people here, so you get to have more friendships with other people,” she explains. For those considering SAGU AIC, Aubrianna says that “if you want to go into ministry, this is a good school. Even if you want to do your general studies, it’s inexpensive, small, and friendly.”

In addition to classes and chapel, Aubrianna stays busy on campus, as she volunteers in Student Government and the Chapel Media Team while also being employed as a Student Life Assistant. Currently a freshman, she plans to graduate in Spring 2025. 


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