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Alaska Bible College
Alaska Bible College is a private four-year institution located in Palmer, Alaska. Extension courses are also offered in Anchorage and Glennallen. It is nationally accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education.
The school was established in 1966 by missionary Vincent James Joy, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute who became a pioneer missionary to the Ahtna people and also founded Central Alaskan Missions (which is now a branch of SEND International). Joy began ABC with a focus on theological education for those preparing for ministry within Alaska.
A primary distinctive of the school is its emphasis on training individuals, including Alaska Natives, for rural ministry in the Far North.
Welcome to Alaska Bible College! We would like to personally welcome you to the adventure of a lifetime. At Alaska Bible College we believe the adventure is found in exploring God's word and following His steps. This is all available in a place where we experience of some of the most stunning mountains, rivers, and wilderness this world has to offer.
For over 40 years, the strength of Alaska Bible College has been in laying a solid biblical, theological, and ministry-based foundation upon which many have built enduring ministries. Our graduates occupy ministries all over Alaska and the world. Our graduates have consistently found themselves well prepared for studies at the graduate level.
The Alaska Bible College is a Private university located in Glennallen.
The Alaska Bible College was founded in 1966.
The current president of Alaska Bible College is David Ley.
According to verified online sources, the Alaska Bible College enrolls a total of 8838 students.
According to the main website, the Alaska Bible College has a total student population of 4419 undergraduate students and 4419 graduate students.