Is salt lake bible college legit?
Yes, Salt Lake Bible College is legitimate. It is a free online Bible College. Its offices are located at:
3769 W. 4700 S. in Taylorsville, UT.
Contact: Dr. T.E. VanBuskirk Ph. 801-964-0763
From 2009 to 2017, its student body and alumni total more than 12,000 in 77 different countries and is online in 233 countries worldwide. Active student body, those studying at any one particular time, is around 500 students. Through its online arm as well as its Study Centers in a dozen countries, it graduates an average of over 200 students per year. It is registered with the Utah Education Network (UEN.org) as a private college and has international accreditation through ASIC in the UK as a college of the University of America.
It is an entity of The Foundation for Biblical Studies which is a tax-exempt ministry of Bible Baptist Church in Taylorsville, UT. It is also registered as a non-profit corporation with the state of Utah.
No. Salt Lake Bible College and Salt Lake Baptist College are both operated by Bible Baptist Church in Taylorsville, Utah. Salt Lake Bible College offers an entirely free and online course of study, while Salt Lake Baptist College requires classroom attendance. They are great programs, I have participted in them myself.
No. There is no such thing as Salt Lake University. There is a Salt Lake University Institute of Religion, which offers free religion classes near the University of Utah. It is operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There are no online courses offered, while registration and courses are free, they are based on classroom attendance. Salt Lake Bible College and Salt Lake Baptist College are operated by the same people, but…
Is Salt Lake Bible College offer degree recognised in academic level and are their credits transferral?
Salt Lake Bible College is accredited by the BSAA (Baptist Schools Accrediting Association) which is an accrediting association for fundamental Bible Schools operating as a division of The Foundation for Biblical Studies. The Foundation is a 501(c)3 public charity and is a registered tax exempt entity. No private schools can be accredited by the Federal Government; therefore, private accrediting associations are needed to guarantee that the private school offers a credible degree. BSAA accredits only…
The major colleges and universities in Utah include: The University of Utah (in Salt Lake City) Utah State University (in Logan) Utah Valley University (in Orem) Dixie State University (in St. George) Southern Utah University (in Cedar City) Brigham Young University (in Provo) Weber State University (in Ogden) Salt Lake Community College (campuses in Sandy, Taylorsville, Murray, and Salt Lake) College of Eastern Utah (in Price) Snow College (in Manti/Ephraim)