Crossroads Bible College

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Crossroads Bible College
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Type Private Undergraduate College
Established 1982
President Dr. A. Charles Ware
Students 214
Location Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Coordinates: 39°46′47″N 86°02′23″W / 39.7797°N 86.0397°W / 39.7797; -86.0397
Campus Urban
Mascot The Knights
Website www.crossroads.edu

Crossroads Bible College is a private undergraduate, Bible college located in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Early in 1980, James S. Wells met with Rev. Ken Davis and Rev. Clint Kaufield to discuss establishing a Bible college in Indianapolis. Baptist Bible College of Indianapolis opened in the Fall of 1980 as an evening school. The school incorporated in 1981. Despite a lack of accreditation, they started to offer bachelor's degrees in 1983.[1] In February 1999 the school established legal accreditation through the Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges, now the Association for Biblical Higher Education.[2]

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