Kawartha Lakes Bible College

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Kawartha Lakes Bible College
Established 1973
Type Evangelical Bible College
President Dan Degeer
Location Peterbrough, Ontario, Canada
Affiliations Non-denominational
Website [1]
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Kawartha Lakes Bible College (KLBC)[1] is a small evangelical Bible college located in Peterborough, ON.

History[edit]

KLBC was founded as Kawartha Lakes Bible School in 1973, which offered night classes in intensive biblical studies. In 1977 KLBS began operating as a full-time day school located at Edmison Heights Bible Chapel. Beginning in 1994 a second year program was started.[2] September 2001, KLBC opened the doors to the current 12.5 acre campus.[3]

Academics[edit]

KLBC offers a One year (Diploma of Biblical Studies) and a Two year (Diploma of Advanced Biblical Studies) program. Each of these years students receive approximately 550 hours of Bible training.[4]

- 17 Bible/ Theology Courses are offered. - 18 General/ Practical Courses are offered.[5]

Kawartha Lakes Bible College is not an accredited degree granting school, but it is recognized as an educational institution by the Government of Canada.[6] Students are able to apply for Government financial assistance.(Ontario Student Assistance Program)[7]

The college is recognized by the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education[8] and also by the Canadian Council of Christian Charities.[9]

Academic transfer[edit]

Graduates of the program can transfer course credits into a Bachelor program at a number of institutions. Examples are (not limited to); Heritage College and Seminary,[10] Emmaus Bible College,[11] Prairie Bible Institute[12]

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