Carolina Biblical Studies is a private college located in Fayetteville, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 136 undergraduate students. The Carolina Biblical Studies acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Biblical Studies and Religious Education. Carolina Biblical Studies graduates 14% of its students.
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This is a great College with great reviews! I am currently in the Arizona Army National Guard and am looking forward to starting this School in August. They are fully accredited which means I will be able to get tuition assistance. I have recently felt the calling to go to Bible College and as I was reviewing the best Bible Colleges in the Country, this one came up. I am looking forward to completing my Associates and later Bachelors Degree with this College. God bless you all!
I am enjoying there on line courses! This works very well with my full time work schedule and also my duties at church! They are teaching me ways of becoming a better leader for the people of God in the earth! Thanks CCBS!
As an African American student, this is one of the few places I've been where my race doesn't seem like a factor. I love my professors and my classmates. It has been one of the warmest and inviting experiences I have had in a school setting. I believe in hard work and being challenged. I'm grateful for the in depth studies and assignments.