Each semester, ABC recognizes those students who have displayed academic diligence. These designations are awarded to full-time undergraduate students and graduate students who take six or more hours. The college is pleased to recognize the following students for their hard work during the Spring 2020 semester:
We are actively monitoring the status of COVID-19 guidance
and any potential impact on our Camp Barnabas, which is scheduled for July
20-24, 2020. It is still our hope to
host the camp on its scheduled date. We
will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and do what is in the best
interest of our campers. A number of
other Christian camps are holding out their hopes for July as well.
In the event of a camp cancellation, all deposits and fees
that have been prepaid will be refunded.
In the meantime, pray that we will be able to host this special week in
July. The present situation in our world
only highlights the fact that the world needs Jesus!
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Every year, Ambassador Baptist College celebrates the accomplishments and the potential of each graduate. Due to COVID-19, the Commencement service scheduled for Friday, May 8 has been postponed and rescheduled for Friday, August 28 at 7pm. This change has been made with the hopes that family and friends will be able to attend this special service honoring the Class of 2020.
More details on Commencement week activities will be shared
in the weeks to come.
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Ambassador Baptist College continues to operate within the
guideline as defined in Executive Order 138 by North Carolina Governor Roy
Cooper. Essential faculty and staff
members needed for daily operations are able to work on campus. Staff members who are able to work from home
continue to do so.
Commencement has been rescheduled for Friday, August 28 at 7
Summer school classes are being held online and will
continue through May 26.
The summer travel groups have been cancelled for the summer. Travel groups will resume in the fall
Camp Barnabas is still scheduled for July 20-24. In the
event of cancellation, all fees and deposits will be totally refunded.
The regulations ordered by the federal, state, and local governments
will continue to be monitored. More
guidance will be issued by the May 22nd expiration of the current Executive
ABC will continue to promote social distancing and
sanitation protocols on campus to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on our campus. To date, no faculty or staff member has
contracted the virus.
3/26/2020 ABC Coronavirus Response Update
(No member of the college faculty or staff has been
diagnosed as contracting COVID-19)
In light of the Executive Order issued by the Governor of NC
on Friday, March 27, Ambassador Baptist College has made the following changes:
Non-essential faculty and staff members will work from home instead of their offices beginning March 30th.
The College switchboard will be answered and messages will be forwarded to staff and faculty members.
Returning dormitory students will not be allowed into the dorms after 5 pm on Monday, March 30th. Items left in the dorms may be retrieved at a later date determined by the administration.
The items listed above will be in effect until Monday, April 13th. The college will continue to monitor state and federal guidance.
Online classes will begin at 7:30 am on Monday, March
30th. Students have been emailed all of
the information necessary for online instruction via Populi and Zoom.
3/19/2020 ABC Coronavirus Response Update
After consulting with state and local authorities, Ambassador
Baptist College has decided to finish the spring 2020 semester with online
classes. While we favor face to
face instruction, we believe that this method will give our students the best
instruction given the uncertain nature of the weeks ahead.
The Spring Break will continue to be extended through
March 29th. This will allow teachers the time to upload online content
for their classes.
Online classes will begin on Monday, March 30th.
All students will be emailed instructions on how to use Populi for their online
work. Students not receiving an email by
Wednesday, March 25th should contact Mr. Matthew Hanke for instructions to
finish the semester.
Students are advised to not get jobs that would
interfere with the regular class day.
There is a very real possibility that classes will be offered real-time
throughout the class day. A thirty-minute
chapel service will also be featured every day.
Students who will be returning in the fall will
receive a credit for any room and board expenses that have been
prepaid. Graduating seniors will receive a cash refund for any
room and board that has been prepaid.
Commencement is still scheduled for Friday, May 8th. The college will continue to monitor the
situation and will make a determination about graduation as the time draws
There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our college family. We praise the Lord for this and will continue to pray for the health of our staff and students.
3/13/2020 ABC Coronavirus Response Update
Over the past few days, the Administration of ABC has been monitoring the growth and impact of the COVID-19 virus. There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 on our campus. While we are grateful for this fact, we also realize that a reasonable and prudent response is necessary for the well-being of the members of our college family.
After consulting with local and state authorities, ABC
will take the following actions:
We will extend Spring Break for one extra week. The break will now conclude on March 29th instead of March 22nd.
We will cancel the Spring Bible Conference (services and special events) scheduled for March 23-27.
We will continue to monitor the impact of the virus with federal, state, and local authorities.
If deemed prudent, we will restart classroom instruction on Monday, March 30th. If the circumstances do not allow for this, then we will deliver the remainder of the classes for the spring 2020 semester online.
A decision about Commencement will be made at a later date.
Why extend Spring Break for another week?
An extra week will allow the administration to further
evaluate the impact of the virus. It
will also allow time for online content to be prepared to ensure academic
continuity in the event that classroom training cannot resume.
What will happen to students who planned on staying
for the break?
Students planning to live in the dorm over the break will
have a place to stay. The college will waive any charges for the week and do
what it can to promote good health. In the event a student becomes ill with
COVID-19 symptoms, a quarantine area will be provided until adequate health
services can be rendered. The dean of
students office can answer any questions that students or their parents may
What happens if students return on March 30th?
In the event that classroom instruction resumes on Monday, March
30th, the dean of students office will conduct a travel audit in which every
student will have to document their travels over the break and whether or not
they have come in contact with someone who has received a confirmed diagnosis
of COVID-19. The dean of students office
must approve each student who resumes classroom instruction in April. Students who have been designated high-risk
by health officials, have been diagnosed with the virus, or have traveled in
level 2 or 3 countries (as designated by the CDC) will not be allowed to attend
classroom instruction. The college will provide online class delivery to those
who are restricted from returning in the classroom.
What is the college doing to lessen the risk of
The college will increase its cleaning and disinfecting
protocols with a particular emphasis on the common areas throughout the
campus. The college will prepare
quarantine areas in the events that students staying on campus need to be
isolated. The college will make ensure
that hand sanitizer is readily available throughout the campus. In addition, we will encourage our students
to take extra precautions as outlined on www.cdc.gov.
What can students and staff do to minimize the risk of
The methods found here
on the cdc.gov website outline simple measures to be taken to prevent the
spread of COVID-19.
In the midst of this health event, our college family will resolve to “Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.” (Philippians 4:6)
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ABC is excited to begin the spring 2020 semester with an
Opening Revival on January 13-17.
Evangelist Mike Pelletier and Evangelist Richard Harper will be
preaching in the services. The morning
chapel services will begin at 10 am and the evening services (none on
Wednesday) will begin at 7 pm.
Every semester at ABC begins with a full week of revival services to provide a strong spiritual challenge to the faculty, staff, and student body. All of the services may be live-streamed on the college’s Facebook page or YouTube channel.