Boston Baptist College

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Boston Baptist College
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Boston Baptist College
Former names
Baptist Bible Institute East, [Baptist Bible College East
Motto Think-Discover-Impact
Type Christian college
Established 1976
Affiliation Baptist Bible Fellowship International
Chancellor Harry Boyle
President David Melton
Vice-president Randy Ward
Dean Ken Gillming and Elly Patterson
Undergraduates 130
Location Boston/Milton, MA, USA
42°15′14″N 71°6′36″W / 42.25389°N 71.11000°W / 42.25389; -71.11000Coordinates: 42°15′14″N 71°6′36″W / 42.25389°N 71.11000°W / 42.25389; -71.11000
Campus Urban/Suburban
Tagline Think. Discover. Impact.[1]
Nickname Revolution

Boston Baptist College is a Christian college located between Hyde Park and Milton, Massachusetts.[2]


Boston Baptist was founded in 1976 by A.V. Henderson and John Rawlings of Baptist Bible Fellowship International as Baptist Bible Institute East at Shrub Oak, New York. In 1981, the school moved to its present location in Boston. In 2002, the name was changed from Baptist Bible College East to Boston Baptist College.


Boston Baptist College offers BA and AA degrees in Biblical Studies.[3] Boston Baptist College is accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Schools.(TRACS)[4]

Campus life[edit]

The campus is equipped with wireless internet. Campus facilities provide separate housing for men and women. Student Government and the Director of Student Life organize activities for Boston Baptist students, and a gym.

Notes and references[edit]

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  2. ^ The campus of Boston Baptist, officially at 950 Metropolitan Avenue, straddles the Hyde Park Boston city line shared with Milton, with the drive entrance on the Boston side and the campus itself in Milton.
  3. ^ Boston Baptist Program Descriptions PDF
  4. ^ TRACS members: B

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