Simmons Bible College Details

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Co_Education Yes
Campus Address 1811 Dumesnil Street
City Louisville
State kentucky
Zip 40210
Phone 502-776-1443
Total Enrollment 103
Level of Selectivity Noncompetive
Location Simmons College of Kentucky is located in the heart of the West Louisville at 1811 Dumesnil Street. The campus is equipped with a 300-seat chapel, six large classrooms, a growing library, administrative offices, a stocked bookstore, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a student lounge. The school is conveniently located on two major mass transit lines and is easily accessible from all areas of the city, county, and Southern Indiana.
History Simmons Bible College is a four-year, private, coeducational liberal arts institution affiliated with the Baptist Church. Simmons was founded in 1873 to train ministers and Christian educators, and the College remains committed to pro
Band Program No
Religious Affiliation Yes
Accrediation Simmons Bible College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Theology degrees.
Costs per Year 2002–03 Tuition: $960 Room and board: None Special fees: $175 Books: $600 Estimated total cost: $1735
In State Tuition 960
Out of State Tuition 960
Financial Aid-Institutional Funding Many churches have committed to provide scholarships and financial aid for students interesting in attending Simmons College of Kentucky. Check with your church to learn if assistance is available
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Entrance Requirements A $25 application fee, 3 letters of reference, and a two-page essay are required.
Graduation Requirements Completion of the school’s curriculum.
Student Body Profile Total enrollment: 115 In-state: 115
Diversity 10
Student Life The student body of Simmons College of Kentucky is organized with elected officers. They meet monthly and are responsible for attending chapel services. The students are in charge of their meetings and the operation of their organization. A faculty member will be appointed as a liaison and will attend the student body meetings regularly. This time is primarily given to lectures on the Sunday School lessons, business meetings and worship services. The students plan several special programs and/or projects regularly.
Faculty Profile The faculty of Simmons College of Kentucky is composed of a group of individuals who are committed to providing a quality and unique educational experience for the students. The faculty is interracial and represents a wide range of educational institutions and perspectives. Over ninety (90%) percent of the faculty of Simmons College of Kentucky possess or are candidates for a graduate degree in the area in which they teach.
Athletic Program
School Calender Registration for Returning Students June 1 - Aug. 11 Registration for New Students Aug. 1 - Aug. 11 Orientation August 9 & 10 Classes Begin August 14 Late Registration Begins August 14 Last Day of Late Registration August 18 Last Day to Withdraw Sept. 13 Mid-Point of Semester Oct. 6 Thanksgiving Day Nov. 23 Pre-Registration for Spring 2007 Semester Courses Nov. 1 - Dec. 22 Last Day of Class Dec. 8 Final Exams December 13 & 14
Degrees Non-degree Programs: • The Certificates in Christian Ministry Studies • The Diploma in Christian Ministry Studies Degree Programs: • The Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies • The Bachelor of Theology
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