South Pacific Association of Evangelical Colleges
The South Pacific Association of Evangelical Colleges (SPAEC) (previously the South Pacific Association of Bible Colleges (SPABC)) is an association of independent evangelical Bible Colleges. It was formed in 1969. Colleges are located in Australia (all states plus the Australian Capital Territory), Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu and New Zealand.
Membership "requires agreement with the Association’s evangelical position with regard to God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, salvation and the Bible", and is conditional on meeting standards  relating to:
- "Stability of operation.
- Leadership and administration.
- Financial responsibility.
- Number and qualifications of full-time faculty.
- Relationship to the Christian community at large.
- Resources — human and physical - supporting the programs.
- Attention to Christian character development in students."
Member colleges are regularly reassessed to assure that the standards are maintained.
- Adelaide College of Ministries
- Bible College of South Australia (formerly Adelaide Bible Institute)
- Booth College (NSW) (formerly The Salvation Army College of Further Education)
- Brisbane School of Theology (formerly Crossway College, Bible College of Queensland and Queensland Bible Institute)
- Capernwray Torchbearers Australia
- Carey Baptist College (offers distance education)
- Christian Leaders Training College (also offers distance education)
- Emmaus Bible College (offers distance education)
- Laidlaw College (formerly Bible College of New Zealand)
- Malyon College - Queensland Baptist College of Ministries (offers distance education)
- Melbourne School of Theology (formerly Bible College of Victoria)
- Morling College (offers distance education)
- Nazarene Theological College
- Pathways College of Bible and Mission (offers distance education)
- Perth Bible College
- Reformed Theological College (offers distance education)
- Sydney Missionary and Bible College (offers distance education)
- Tabor College Victoria
- Tabor College Perth (offers distance education)
- Talua Ministry Training Centre
- World View Centre for Intercultural Studies
Previous members have included
- Alliance College of Australia (formerly Canberra College of Theology)
- Bible College of Western Australia (formerly West Australian Bible College)
- Dunamis International College of Ministries
- Harvest Bible College
- Kingsley College
- New Covenant International Bible College
- Tahlee Bible College