University Description

American Baptist College (previously American Baptist Theological Seminary) is a private, Baptist college in Nashville, Tennessee, affiliated with the National Baptist Convention, USA. Founded in 1924,[3] its predecessor in black Baptist education was Roger Williams University, a Nashville college begun in the late-19th century and closed in the early 20th century (Its campus is now occupied by Peabody College of Vanderbilt University).. Read More

University History

The American Baptist College is a four-year co-educational, liberal arts Bible college and professional career education institution that prepares persons for leadership roles in social and Christian vocations. American Baptist College is the only predominantly African-American college in the nation accredited by the American Association of Bible Colleges.
Graduation Rate: 33% Acceptance Rate: 82% Student Faculty Ratio: 14:1 School Setting: urban

Academic Programs

  • Other Music
  • Entrepreneurial Studies
  • General Human Services
  • Other Theology and Religious Vocations