Nebraska Christian College

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Nebraska Christian College
Established 1945
Type Private, non-profit
Students 150
Location Papillion, Nebraska, US
Campus Suburban
Mascot Parsons
Website www.nechristian.edu
For the former Nebraska Christian University, see Cotner College.

Nebraska Christian College is an accredited[citation needed] (ABHE) baccalaureate college located in Papillion, Nebraska. Nebraska Christian College offers a Bible-based education to prepare people for service and ministry. The college is affiliated with the Christian churches and churches of Christ.

It has recently changed its logo and slogan to "NC" "Creating Church Leaders" and changed most of its staff to adjuncts.

History[edit]

In October 1944, fifteen people met in Wymore, Nebraska to discuss establishing a Bible college for northeastern Nebraska. Norfolk, Nebraska was chosen as the site in order to leverage the existing Norfolk Junior College for general education classes. The goal was to teach and train young people to serve Christian churches.

The college's stated objectives, according to their website, include preparing students for Christian church staff and ministry positions, preparing missionaries, developing leaders and staff for church related organizations (schools, camps, nursing homes, etc.) and preparing students for lifelong learning. The motto of the college is "know Christ and make him known."

In August 2006, Nebraska Christian College students began attending their first classes on the new Omaha campus. Nebraska Christian College raised money over several years to move the campus to the Omaha metro and this goal has been accomplished.

It is a member of the Association for Biblical Higher Education.[1]

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Coordinates: 41°07′19″N 96°05′37″W / 41.12194°N 96.09361°W / 41.12194; -96.09361