Mark your calendar for March 21–25 and plan on being a part of the annual Spring Bible Conference…read full
Since the express purpose of Ambassador Baptist College is to train Christian young people for Christian service, it is expected that those who seek admission manifest evidence of good character, a dedication to purpose, a willingness to learn, and a sincere desire to know the will of God. Such characteristics demand the utmost in personal discipline of the Christian life as related in the Word of God.
Attendance at Ambassador Baptist College is a privilege and not a right. This privilege may be forfeited at any time the administration feels that the student is not in harmony with the college. When the student makes application, he agrees to abide by the college’s rules and standards of conduct.
Applicants for admission to Ambassador Baptist College must have earned a high school diploma or must present evidence that they have passed the tests of General Educational Development (GED).
It is recommended that those making application for the freshman year take the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and have the results forwarded to the Office of Admissions.
Ambassador Baptist College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, nationality, or ethnic origin.