Is this school a part of a denomination?

Acts Bible College is a nondenominational school. We have a succinct doctrinal statement on our website and on our application to which all staff, faculty, volunteers, and students must agree on record. We believe that the unity of the church is more important than our doctrinal differences on non-essential issues. We define non-essential issues as those issues: (a) not pertaining directly to the identity or character of God (the triune Godhead: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), (b) not directly affecting the doctrines of salvation or the person and work of Christ, (c) those issues not pertaining to a biblical understanding of humanity, and (d) those issues not pertaining to the authority of the scriptures. Specific questions can be directed to the college president.

Does this school accept federal funds?

In order to maintain the character and quality of our teaching and to be faithful to the word of God in all matters, Acts Bible College does not accept any federal or state subsidy or funds for its operations. This includes federal student aid, state or federal taxpayer funding, federal grants (such as the GI Bill), or federal loans of any kind. You will not need to complete the FAFSA, and you will only be asked about personal financial information with regard to scholarship applications or in the occasion of an issue of moral question involving financial resources (should such an issue arise). This policy (on the rejection of any or all federal or state taxpayer funds) allows us to maintain the integrity of our curriculum in light of biblical revelation and faithfulness to our doctrinal commitments without the influence of outside and/or nonChristian philosophies or agendas.

Is Acts Bible College accredited?

Acts Bible College is currently accredited with Transworld Accrediting Commission International. The process for acquiring other accreditations is underway, but such processes can take several years. In the meantime Acts Bible College will continue to equip students for ongoing ministry in the local church and strive to provide a thorough preparation for a lifetime of ministry in pastoral leadership, church planting, missions, and other ministerial roles both in full-time pastoral work and in bivocational ministry or lay leadership in the local church.