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Northeastern Baptist College

Northeastern Baptist College
MottoThe Mind of a Scholar, The Heart of a Shepherd, and The Perseverance of a Soldier.
TypePrivate Bible College
Established2013
AffiliationBaptist
PresidentMark H. Ballard
Academic staff
20
Students70 +/-
LocationBennington, Vermont, United States
Websitewww.nebcvt.org

Northeastern Baptist College (NEBC) is a higher education institution located in Bennington, Vermont, United States, affiliated with the Baptist Convention of New England and the Southern Baptist Convention. NEBC was founded in 2013 by Mark Ballard.[1][2]

Academics

Northeastern Baptist College is authorized by the state of Vermont to grant Associate and Bachelor degrees.[3] NEBC is currently pursuing accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.[4]

NEBC offers several undergraduate degrees. Associate degrees include Biblical Studies, Music Ministry and Business. Bachelor degrees include Biblical Studies, Christian Counseling, Music Ministry, and Business Administration.

Campus

The main campus of NEBC is housed in the third and fourth floor of a former Ramada Inn and Conference Center in Bennington, Vermont.[5] This space includes academic classrooms, faculty offices, study areas, and an auditorium that is used for chapel.

The Charles & Pauline Hogue Library is located on Main Street in downtown Bennington, about a mile from the main campus.[6] Student housing is located at the Jehovah Jireh Hall, which is across the street from the library. The dorms house approximately 40 students.

References

  1. ^ Tom Strode, New England Baptist College Blooms From Long-Ago Seed, Baptist Press, February 25, 2014.
  2. ^ Elizabeth A. Conkey, Northeastern Baptist College opens its doors, Bennington Banner, September 3, 2013.
  3. ^ Art Toalston Baptist College Gains Vermont Accreditation, Baptist Press, September 17, 2014.
  4. ^ nebcvt.org Accreditation Accessed June 24, 2018.
  5. ^ Libby A. Nelson Northern Baptists Inside Higher Ed, September 21, 2012.
  6. ^ nebcvt.org Library Accessed June 24, 2018.