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Contact Info:
State: Colorado
City: Colorado Springs
Street: 1111 Academy Park Loop
ZIP: 80910-3704
Phone: (719)884-5000
 Serves: Worldwide
 Enrollment: rolling
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
Being one of the ten Nazarene institutions of higher education in the United States, Nazarene Bible College is an undergraduate, professional school of Christian ministry devoted to academic and practical programs created to educate students for service and leadership in a diverse world.

Nazarene Bible College provides its students with two degrees - the Bachelor of Arts in Ministry (B.A.Min.) and the Associate of Arts in Lay Ministries (A.A.L.M.). Both degrees are provided through two project structures - the traditional degree structure and the Advantage accelerated degree structure. These structures are offered on campus and online.

Financial Aid
Normally, financial aid is developed to assist in meeting the needs of the student, but in reality both the student and the college must realize that the main responsibility for paying college expenses rests with the student. Nazarene Bible College provides financial aid in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and employment. The Pell Grant, Academic Competitiveness Grant, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG), and Work-Study, as well as the Perkins Loan and Stafford Loan programs, which provide long-term, low interest loans, are considered to be Federal aid. Besides, the college itself offers a restricted number of scholarships that are institutionally funded. Financial aid package for an individual student may be consisted of one or more of these aid types. Eligibility for these kinds of aid should be discussed with a financial aid counselor.

Prospective student should complete and submit an application and he/she may do it in the following ways:
- request an application packet to be mailed to them
- print an application, fill in the information, and mail it to NBC
- complete the electronic application, and submit it over the Internet
Applicants also should submit a written essay of 750-1,000 words where they give their Christian experience, reasons for applying to Nazarene Bible College, and educational goals. Besides applicants have to submit an official high school transcript from public, private, or home school or official transcripts of studies undertaken at all colleges or universities. Those who have not graduated from high school must successfully complete the General Educational Development (GED) exam before admission.
And finally, all applicants need to submit two recommendation forms from individuals not related to them:
- one recommendation must be from the applicant's pastor or someone who is knowledgeable about the applicant's church involvement.
- another one recommendation should be from a friend, teacher, or employer who has known the applicant for at least one year.



Programs offered by this school:
Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Theology
Bachelor of Arts in Christian Educational Ministries
Bachelor of Arts in Christian School Education
Bachelor of Arts in Leadership and Ethics
Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Ministry