As long as Clinotn German Seminary could fulfill its unique role of educating German-American Seventh-day Adventists in their own language it remained an important part of the church's educational program. But once social change removed the need for such education in the German language, the institution no longer served a useful purpose. Nevertheless, the school's small size, the teachers' dedication, the students' maturity, and the emphasis upon the service of God multiplied its impact beyond expectations.
Soper, Marley, ""Unser Seminar": The Story of Clinton German Seminary" (1977). Faculty Publications. 994.