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ACTS

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REEDOM

B

IBLE

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OLLEGE AND

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EMINARY

General Information

Freedom Bible College and Seminary Phone: (501)636-7497 P. O. Box 1060 Toll Free: (800)494-7497

Rogers AR, 72757 Fax: (501)636-7497

United States Web: http://www.freedomministries.com/college.html

Regionally Accredited: Yes Academic Calendar:

Institution Type: Community College Religious Affiliation: Interdenominational Institutional Level: Four Year School Coeducational Status: Men and Women Institutional Control: Private nonprofit City Size:

(Rural,small town,large town,small city,large city)

Large town Campus Size:

(small,medium,large,very large)

Medium

Campus Setting: Located in a regional town Regional Airport: NW Arkansas Regional Airport Location: Bentonville, AR

Carnegie Classification:

P

RESIDENT

/C

HANCELLOR

Name: Dr. Joel Phillip Church Title: President

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

At FBCS you will find Lowest Tuition and easy payment plans for every Christian Degree

Admission Information

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ENERAL

C

ONTACT

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NFORMATION

Name: Dr Kevin Acton Church Phone: (501)636-7497

Title: Toll Free: (800)494-7497

Email: church@freedomministries.com Fax: (501)636-7497

Web: http://www.freedomministries.com/college.html Admissions Policy None Early Decision:

Notification Policy None Registration Policy None

H

IGH

S

CHOOL

P

REREQUISITES

Years Required Years Recommended

English Fine Arts Foreign Languages History/Social Sciences Math Math Lab Science

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Science Lab Social Studies Electives

Q

UALIFICATIONS Freshman Transfer International Graduate

Campus Visit: Interview: Essay: Recommendations: N/A SAT I: N/A ACT: N/A

SAT II/Achievement: N/A N/A

GRE: N/A N/A N/A

GMAT: N/A N/A N/A

LSAT: N/A N/A N/A

MCAT: N/A N/A N/A

DAT: N/A N/A N/A

Asset: N/A N/A

Application Fee: $0 Deposit: $0

TOEFL: N/A N/A

Ability to Finance: N/A N/A N/A

Deadline:

F

RESHMAN

A

PPLICATIONS Received Accepted Enrolled

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RADUATE

A

PPLICATIONS Received Accepted Enrolled

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EST

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CORES

(M

ID

50%)

High Low Average SAT I Verbal SAT I Math SAT I Combined ACT English ACT Math ACT Reading ACT Science ACT Composite GRE GMAT LSAT MCAT DAT

O

THER Average GPA: 0.0

SAT Recentered Y CLEP Credit Y AP Credit NASSP Application Application Priority

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

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Financial Aid

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ENERAL

C

ONTACT

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NFORMATION

Name: Phone: (501)636-7497

Title: Toll Free:

Email: Fax: (501)636-7497

Web: http://www.freedomministries.com/college.html

U

NDERGRADUATE

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OST OF

A

TTENDANCE

In-State Tuition(Full Year): 1090 Out-of-State Tuition(Full Year): 1090 Typical Room Charge(Full Year): Typical Board Charge(Full Year):

Typical Room and Board Charge: Additional Fee(Estimate): Cost of Books(Estimate): 400

Flat Fee Charge(Yes or No): Yes Per Credit Hour Charge(Yes or No): No Flat Fee Amount: 1090 Per Credit Hour Amount:

Flat Fee Basis: Per Credit Hour Basis:

G

RADUATE

C

OST OF

A

TTENDANCE

In-State Tuition(Full Year): Out-of-State Tuition(Full Year): Cost of Books(Estimate): Additional Fee(Estimate):

Flat Fee Charge(Yes or No): Per Credit Hour Charge(Yes or No): Flat Fee Amount: Per Credit Hour Amount:

Flat Fee Basis: Per Credit Hour Basis:

D

OMESTIC

F

INANCIAL

A

ID

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NFORMATION

N Grants Offered Y Scholarships Offered Y Loans Offered N Payment Plan

I

NTERNATIONAL

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INANCIAL

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ID

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NFORMATION

Grants Offered Scholarships Offered Loans Offered

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INANCIAL

A

ID

P

ROFILE Freshman Returning

% Receiving Need-Based Aid: % Receiving Merit-Based Aid: % Receiving Self-Help Aid: Avg. Need-Based Amount: Avg. Merit-Based Amount: Avg. Self-Help Amount:

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

No additional comments available.

Housing

Campus Housing Capacity:

Meal Services Available: No Number of Meals per Week:

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OUSING

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ONTACT

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NFORMATION

Name: Phone:

Title: Toll Free:

Email: Fax:

Web:

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N Coed residence halls N Sorority houses on campus N Sorority houses off campus N Men's residence halls N Women's residence halls N Fraternity houses on campus N Fraternity houses off campus N Married student housing on campus N Married student housing off campus N Honor student residence halls N International halls N Institutional apartments

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

No additional comments available.

Student Body

# Undergraduate Males: 125 # Undergraduate Females: 125 # Graduate Males: 125 # Graduate Females: 125

% Full Time: 100 % Part Time:

Primary Language of Instruction: Percent English Speaking: 100 % French Speaking: % Spanish Speaking:

% Live on Campus: % Out of State:

% African American: % Asian:

% Hispanic: % Native American:

Avg. Annual Undergrad Credits: Enrollment Concentration:

Continuing Education: Yes Number of International Students:

C

OUNTRIES

R

EPRESENTED

Australia Bahamas Bermuda Bolivia Canada China Germany Haiti Hong Kong Indonesia Japan Kenya Korea, Republic Of Mauritius Nigeria Philippines

Russian Federation Sri Lanka Taiwan, Province Of China Trinidad And Tobago United Arab Emirates

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TATES

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EPRESENTED

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

No additional comments available.

Faculty

Men Women Total

# Professors: 0 0 0

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# Assistant Professors: 0 0 0

Others: 0 0 0

Total 0 0 0

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

No additional comments available.

Student Organizations

# of Registered Organizations: # of Honor Societies: # of Fraternities: # of Sororities:

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CTIVE

O

RGANIZATIONS

N Academic Clubs N Academic Frat./Sor.

N Business N Choir

N Commuter N Concert Band

N Gay and Lesbian N Environmental

N Honors/Academic N International

N Jazz Band N Literary Magazine

N Marching Band N Minority Cultural

N Minority Student N Newspaper

N Orchestra N Phi Beta Kappa

N Physically Challenged N Political Activist

N Pre-Dental N Pre-Law

N Pre-Medical N Pre-Veterinary

N Radio Station N Religious

N Sports/Intramurals N Student Government N Substance Abuse N Television Station

N Theatre/Drama N Yearbook

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

No additional comments available.

Computers

C

OMPUTERS BY

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YPE Windows Macintosh

Computer Centers 0 Department Labs Library Student Centers Residence Other

P

OLICIES

Perferred Type of Computer:

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Computer Required For: N/R

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NTERNET

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CCESS

A

VAILABILITY

N Residence halls N Central campus locations

N Libraries N None

N Wireless

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

No additional comments available.

Special Services

L

EARNING

D

ISABILITIES

C

ONTACT

Name: Phone:

Title: Toll Free:

Email: Fax:

Web:

L

EARNING

D

ISABILITIES

B

ASIC

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NFORMATION

Program Name: Freedom Achievers Program Number of Students:

Number of Applications: Number of Applications Accepted:

Program Cost:

How are professors notified of learning disabilities?

L

EARNING

D

ISABILITIES

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ERVICES

N Calculators Allowed in Exams N Computers Allowed in Exams N Dictionary Allowed in Exams N Spellchecker Allowed in Exam N Tape Recording in Class N Book on Tape for RFBD

N Taping of Books not from RFBD N Accommodations for Students with ADHD

N Learning Center N Reading Machine

N LD Specialists N Peer Tutors

N Professional Tutors

ROTC S

ERVICES

ROTC Army: On Campus ROTC Navy: On Campus

ROTC Air Force: On Campus Serviceperson Opportunities: No

S

TUDY

A

BROAD

S

ERVICES

Study Abroad for Credit: Graduate Study Abroad for Credit: Study Abroad without Credit: Graduate Study Abroad without Credit:

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Y Academic/Career Counseling N Internships with Pay Y Internships without Pay N Student Employment N Job Placement

B

ASIC

S

ERVICES

N Remedial Services Y Assistance for Hearing Impaired Y Assistance for Visually Impaired Y Assistance for Mobility Impaired N ESL (English as Second Language) N Day Care Services

N Health Services Available Y Veteran N Library Facilities

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DDITIONAL

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OMMENTS

No additional comments available.

Athletics

A

THLETICS

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ONTACT

W

OMEN

'

S

A

THLETICS Division Conference Association

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EN

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S

A

THLETICS Division Conference Association

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LUB

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PORTS

Male Female Coed

Majors

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AJOR

N

AME depl. cert. assoc. bach. mas. dr.

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Scholarships

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ICKI

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EEVES

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HURCH

S

CHOLARSHIP

none

Awards per Year: N/A Number of Years Offered: N/R Freshmen Only: No High Amount: N/R Scholarship Type: Scholarship Low Amount: N/R Scholarship Basis: Need Renewable: No Undergraduate: No Graduate: No

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