The Church of Christ in Thailand Foundation established “Christian College” on September 7, 1983 under the quality monitoring of Ministry of University Affairs which authorized Christian College to offer the first bachelor’s degree program in Nursing Science. The college was temporarily located in the Bradley Building of Bangkok Christian Hospital in the heart of the financial district on Silom Road, Bangkok. In order to expand and become a full-fledged institute, the college purchased 176 rai (about 70 acres) of farmland near Don Yaihom Village which is 10 miles south of Nakhon Pathom City and 35 miles west of Bangkok. The construction of four main buildings began in 1995 and the college was relocated on the new campus in 1996. Later HRH the Crown Princess Sirindhorn graciously presided over the formal opening of the new campus and the unveiling of the nameplate of the classroom building named in her honor on June 6, 1997.
In recognition of the growth and stature of Christian College, the Ministry of University Affairs re-chartered the status of the college to become “Christian University” on August 15, 2001. HRH the Crown Princess Sirindhorn revisited to preside over the formal unveiling of the new “Christian University” sign and dedicated an arboretum in her honor on June 28, 2002.
Christian University of Thailand has been an active member of ACUCA and devoted to organize ACUCA activities in Thailand. The university hosted 2006 ACUCA Biennial Conference during 17-18 November 2006 and 2018 ACUCA Biennial Conference and Student Camp during 10-14 October 2018.
To produce international qualified graduates with high ethical and moral standards in generating values to organizations, community and society with innovation and ecological system for enhancing competitive advantages of the organization and the country.
Being a Health Promotion University to express love, beliefs, and faith in God who teach all humans to love and serve each other for the balance, security, prosperity, and sustainability of life towards peace for all mankind.
Chairman of University Council: Professor Dr. Boonchai Hongcharu
President: Assistant Professor Dr. Suluck Pattarathammas
(Member of Executive Committee of ACUCA 2022-2023)
Certificate of Cooperation in Physical Therapist Development and Plaque of Honor (Outstanding Level) 2021
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy of Christian University of Thailand was awarded a Certificate of Cooperation in Physical Therapist Development and a Plaque of Honor (Outstanding Level) 2021 from the Thai Health Promotion Foundation and the Physical Therapy Alliance Against Tobacco, Physical Therapy Council for being an educational institution producing physical therapists who play an important role in tobacco consumption control for a Smoke-Free Thai Society.
Outstanding Nursing Student Award 2021
A Nursing student of Christian University of Thailand was awarded the Outstanding Nursing Student Award 2021 in the Central Region from the Nursing Association of Thailand under the Patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
Wining Award from the Cooperative Education and Integrated Education Contest
A student of Graphic and Multimedia Design Program, Multidisciplinary College won the first prize from the Cooperative Education and Integrated Education Contest of the Lower Region Cooperative Education Development Network 2021 for a video presentation of waterproof sticker and shop logo.
The Best Research Article Award
Christian University of Thailand faculty members were awarded the Best Research Article Award 2020 for an article on “Challenges for Thai business people using English in ASEAN” published in a national journal of Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences (indexed in SCOPUS and ranked at Scimago Journal Rank Q2).
National Gold Medal for the Multiple Development Machine with Biofeedback
Christian University of Thailand Alumni was awarded a National Gold Medal for the Multiple Development Machine with Biofeedback from One School One Innovation Contest 2020 organized by the Teachers Council of Thailand.