Southeastern Free Will Baptist College

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Southeastern Free Will Baptist College
Type Bible college
Established 1983 (1983)
Chairman Jeff Jones
President Jim Marcum
Students 140
Location Wendell, North Carolina, United States
35°48′01″N 78°25′00″W / 35.8004°N 78.4166°W / 35.8004; -78.4166Coordinates: 35°48′01″N 78°25′00″W / 35.8004°N 78.4166°W / 35.8004; -78.4166

Southeastern Free Will Baptist College is a college of the Free Will Baptist denomination located in Wendell, North Carolina. It was started in Virginia Beach, Virginia at Gateway FWB Church. Jim Marcum took over as President of the college in 2012, replacing Dr. Lorenza Stox. Dann Patrick is Chairman of the Board of Directors. According to the college's website, "The purpose of Southeastern Free Will Baptist College is to train young men and women for church-related ministries."

Degrees and certificates[edit]

Southeastern offers bachelor's degrees in Christian Education, Music Education, Sacred Music, Religious Arts, Missions, and Bible. A three-year certificate in Biblical Studies and two-year associates in business are also available. This school is not accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, but is a candidate for accreditation through Transnational Association of Colleges and Schools. Credits received through Southeastern FWBC are transferable to many colleges and universities.[citation needed]

Student information[edit]

The school maintains an approximate 110 students from Free Will Baptist and Baptist churches across the country. Approximate cost of this college is $10,000 per year including tuition, room and board, and fees. Strict rules and regulations govern student life at Southeastern Free Will. Weekday curfews are listed at 9:55 PM, students going on a date must inform the dean two hours beforehand, and movie theater attendance is prohibited[1]


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