Calvary Chapel Bible College was founded in 1975 as a short, intensive Bible study program. It was developed as a part of Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa’s overall vision to equip the people of God for His service. Throughout its history, CCBC has remained true to its initial vision: to be a place where committed Christians can learn the Word of God, draw closer to Jesus, and be equipped to serve Him. Our purpose and vision is, "To Know God and Equip Servants."
The main campus is located on 29 acres along the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach with additional classroom facilities and faculty offices in Orlando and Wellington, Florida, for the purpose of educating adult learners. The University houses nearly 1,300 residential students on the downtown West Palm Beach campus. Just 1.5 miles away, the new Rinker Athletic Campus is a 76-acre facility for practice and intercollegiate competition in baseball, lacrosse, soccer, softball and tennis. Students also enjoy the jogging path and intramural sports facilities.
Phoenix Seminary is a nationally-recognized, graduate level theological seminary located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. This centralized metropolitan location provides our students with a wide range of multi-cultural and multi-generational opportunities to gain practical ministry experience. Phoenix Seminary is where hundreds of men and women have embarked upon the most important journey of their lives.
Wesley Seminary is inspired & engaged, a seminary designed for those preparing for & practicing ministry in the local church & beyond. We are shaped by what ministers & Christian leaders actually do. By putting theory into practice, within your own ministry context, your education comes alive.
Union University is an academic community, affiliated with the Tennessee Baptist Convention, equipping persons to think Christianly and serve faithfully in ways consistent with its core values of being excellence-driven, Christ-centered, people-focused, and future-directed. These values shape its identity as an institution which prioritizes liberal arts based undergraduate education enhanced by professional and graduate programs.
Link Year is a nine-month gap year program designed to empower future leaders to impact the world for Christ. We believe that after a year spent at Link Year, students will know what they believe and why they believe it as they develop a strong Biblical Worldview. We pray that students will develop their identity in the Word, not the world, and that they will have a heart transformation as they center their lives in the Gospel. Incredible speakers from all over the country are brought in to teach weekly giving students a fresh face every week.
Columbia International University has proudly taken its place among the leading biblical universities and seminaries in America. Our goal is to prepare students for the professional world, the mission field, or vocational ministry. Every program at CIU is infused with the Word of God and all undergraduate students graduate with a professional major plus a major in Bible.
Since 1934, Northwest University has prepared students in a learning community wholly dedicated to spiritual vitality, academic excellence, and empowered engagement with human need. Today NU offers over 70 majors, programs and graduate degrees. NU's beautiful 56-acre campus is situated among some of the 21st century's most advanced and successful companies, providing unparalleled opportunity for career development and leadership growth.
Northwestern College exists to provide Christ-centered higher education equipping students to grow intellectually and spiritually, to serve effectively in their professions, and to give God-honoring leadership in the home, church, community, and world.
Ashland Theological Seminary is a graduate division of Ashland University. For over a century, theological education has been an integral part of the mission of the university. The 1888 charter and constitution of Ashland University (then College) specified that the training of suitable persons “for the ministry of the gospel shall always be sacredly regarded as one of the main objects of this institution.”
Warner Pacific College was founded in 1937 and is affiliated with the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana). Its 15-acre urban campus is located on the southern slope of Mount Tabor (adjacent to the 195-acre Mount Tabor Park.)
The college has long sought to expand its campus, most recently (in 2006) pursuing the purchase of a nine-acre portion of city property adjoining the park. In its negotiations, the college was represented by attorney and former Parks commissioner Jim Francesconi.
In 1907, Toccoa Falls College was founded by R. A. Forrest in the community of Golden Valley, North Carolina, as the Golden Valley Institute. On January 1, 1911, Forrest bought the Haddock Inn and 100 acres of land. In October, he relocated the school to near Toccoa, Georgia, in order to be near a mainline railroad. He renamed the school Toccoa Falls Institute and added secondary school courses to the theological classes. A 1913 fire destroyed the Haddock Inn, which was the classroom and residence building. After operating in tents for a time, the school built a new campus.
In 1976, Bethesda University, USA was founded to raise millennium leaders who have a firm Christian foundation and vision for world missions. The school has continued to improve through God's grace and is now accredited by the BPPE (a division of the California Department of Education), the ABHE (the Association for Biblical Higher Education, an association of theological schools), and TRACS (the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools, also an association of Christian schools). Therefore, graduates of Bethesda University can enter any graduate school in the world.
Duke Divinity School’s mission is to engage in spiritually disciplined and academically rigorous education in service and witness to the Triune God in the midst of the church, the academy, and the world. We strive to cultivate a vibrant community through theological education on Scripture, engagement with the living Christian tradition, and attention to and reflection on contemporary contexts in order to form leaders for faithful Christian ministries.
Robert Gee Witty and five other pastors founded Luther Rice Seminary in 1962 in Jacksonville, Florida. The school was founded to meet the needs of pastors and Christian leaders who could not quit their jobs and uproot their families to go away to seminary. From its inception, Luther Rice Seminary has focused on distance education (online) and external Christian education. Luther Rice delivers distance education through online studies. All degrees except the DMin are available completely through online studies.
The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM) is an international academic theological center rooted in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition and dedicated to forming leaders for the church and the world in the twenty-first century. Through rigorous academic and ministerial programs, the STM prepares Jesuits and other religious for priesthood and consecrated life, as well as lay women and men for a diversity of ministries across the globe.
Summit University was historically affiliated with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
On April 20, 2015 Baptist Bible College & Seminary was renamed Summit University of Pennsylvania.
A range of academic degrees are offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels. These include a high-school dual enrollment option, one-year Bible certificate, as well as associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Programs are offered on-campus and through online distance learning.
Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Theological Seminary) was founded to provide a theologically conservative seminary within the American Baptist Churches. Beginning in 1925 as a department in the seminary, in 1952 Eastern University became a separate institution and moved to its present St. Davids location, taking the name "Eastern Baptist College". In 1972, it was renamed "Eastern College". In 2001, the Pennsylvania Department of Education granted the institution "university status" and it was renamed Eastern University.
Candler School of Theology prepares real people to make a real difference in the real world. Our mission is to educate—through scholarship, teaching, and service—faithful and creative leaders for the church’s ministries in the world. One of 13 seminaries of The United Methodist Church, we are grounded in the Christian faith and shaped by the Wesleyan tradition of evangelical piety, ecumenical openness and social concern.
Plans for the university, originally named Christian Broadcasting Network University, began in 1977 by CBN founder and current Chancellor Pat Robertson. In 1990, the name was changed to Regent University.
In 1957, a growing need for an evangelical Christian institution in the St. Louis area prompted the opening of a campus extension of Hannibal-LaGrange College at Tower Grove Baptist Church. Sixty-eight students were enrolled that inaugural year.
The university was incorporated under its current name in 1962, although the college existed several years prior as a two-year Baptist educational institution.
University of the Southwest grants baccalaureate degrees in Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education. The university also offers both a MBA and Masters of Science in Education program. University of the Southwest was accredited through the Higher Learning Commission in 1980.
The institution opened as "Central College" in 1897. The name changed to "Huntington College" in 1917. Huntington gained accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools in 1961, and the institution adopted its current name in 2005.
Founded in 1897 by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, Huntington University is located on a contemporary, lakeside campus in northeast Indiana. The campus comprises 160 acres with grassy areas, trees and Lake Sno-Tip.