Cardinals game moved to 12:05pm
Central Baptist College is pleased to announce the addition of four new faculty members for the 2016-2017 academic year
Central Baptist College has been ranked as a “Best Regional College” in the South
Central Baptist College hosted a Mustang Media Day on Tuesday, August 23.
Central Baptist College will be hosting a fall sports Mustang Media Day at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 23, 2016 in the CBC Community Room.
On Friday night August 12, the Central Baptist College community lost one of its own. Student Cody Miller of Forrest City, Ark. was killed in a vehicle accident on Dave Ward Drive in Conway.
CBC Releases Names on President’s List and Dean’s List
Café 52 is Now Open
Central Baptist College announces the hiring of Taylor Carnahan as Men’s Soccer Coach.
Britni Elder has been hired as Director of Human Resources at CBC.
Shatel Gaines has been named the Head Volleyball Coach at Central Baptist College.
J.D. Gray has been named Director of Development for CBC.
Central Baptist College will host its 9th annual Merchant Fair from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 17.
Central Baptist College is proud to serve as a gold sponsor for SOAR 2016.
The 2016 summer issue of the Connecting Point newsletter is now available.
The CBC Mustangs will play St. Louis Community College on October 1, 2016 in Busch Stadium immediately following the Cardinals game with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Lauren Eyre has been hired as a Personal Admissions Officer at Central Baptist College.
Central Baptist College's Joshua Buczek has been selected as the 2016 Hank Burbridge Unlimited Potential Outstanding Leadership Award recipient.
Central Baptist College has been named a Best Online College in 2016 by onlinecolleges.net.
Each year Central Baptist College honors two individuals with the Greatest Contribution awards.
On Sunday, April 24, Central Baptist College inducted 22 students into the Alpha Chi national honor society.
Central Baptist College hosted its 2016 Hall of Fame and Athletic Awards Banquet on Monday, April 25, 2016.
On Sunday, April 24, Central Baptist College honored student success and achievement at the Academic Awards ceremony in the CBC Burgess Auditorium.
The annual Employee Appreciation and Awards Luncheon was held on Monday, April 18 in the CBC Dining Hall.
Governor Asa Hutchinson and Dr. Brett Powell will deliver Central Baptist College’s commencement addresses on Saturday, May 7th in the Burgess Auditorium.
Central Baptist College is pleased to announce the 8th Annual Benefit Dinner and Auction to be held on Saturday, May 14, 2016
On Saturday, April 9th, a group of 30 legacy children, along with their parents, spent a day at the Little Rock Zoo.
Central Baptist College has been named a 2015 Tree Campus USA® recipient.
The Central Baptist College Mustangs are the fourth seed and will open play on Thursday, March 10th at 3PM (2PM CST).
Alyssa Fontillas was named the 2016 Central Baptist College Homecoming Queen.
Central Baptist College Mustang Baseball team will be the first team in Arkansas to play a game in Busch Stadium.
Central Baptist College announces its 2016 Homecoming Court.
It is a pleasure to release for publication the President’s and Dean’s Lists in recognition of student academic achievement. The following lists are for the fall of 2015.
Mr. Kerry Norris has been promoted to the Director of Student Success at Central Baptist College.
Been out of high school a while? Want to complete your degree sooner?
Central Baptist College will host its annual Homecoming activities on Friday, February 19 and Saturday, February 20.
The Baptist Missionary Association of Arkansas, in their November 2015 annual meeting, elected four new members to serve five year terms on Central Baptist College’s Board of Trustees beginning in 2016.
Rachel (Waymire) Steele is the new Associate Vice President of Student Services at Central Baptist College.
CBC to Add Band Program with Prestigious Gunter to serve as Director
The Central Baptist College campus will be closed Monday, December 21 through Friday, December 25 for the Christmas holiday.
As I look back on the 2015 year, I am humbled at the way that God has continued to bless Central Baptist College.
The CBC Employee Christmas Party was held on Friday, December 11, 2015. The event was a brunch and featured an array of breakfast foods catered by CBC Director of Dining Services, Chef Jill McCollum, and was held in the CBC Dining Hall.
The Central Baptist College’s Alumni Board is pleased to announce that this year’s recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award is Alan Luck. The award is presented to an individual who has served their community for more than 20 years and demonstrates a legacy of service to CBC.
Robin Julch, CBC’s Directory of Military Relations, was promoted to Colonel in the Army Reserves on November 22.
Central Baptist College has announced that men’s and women’s Cross Country have been added as varsity athletic programs, and runners will begin competing for the Mustangs in the fall of 2016.
CBC presents "The King's Table" and "Handel's Messiah".
Before you embark on your traditional Thanksgiving travel plans, whether across the street or around the world, remember to offer our thanks to Almighty God who has showered us with blessings and good fortune.
The Central Baptist College Hymnology Class and Worship Choir are proud to present the 5th Annual Hymn service on Thursday, November 12 at 1:50 pm and 7:00 pm in the Toland Worship Center.
Central Baptist College announced today that it has been designated a 2016 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds, and publisher of G.I. Jobs®, STEM JobsSM and Military Spouse.
Stephen Elder has joined Central Baptist College as Director of Institutional Effectiveness. Stephen earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Political Science from Henderson State University, a Master of Liberal Arts from Henderson State University, and is working on a Doctorate of Education at Walden University.
Central Baptist College announced today that the Professional Adult College Education program has extended the deadline to take advantage of the first class free until October 30.
The next Central Baptist College Stampede Open House scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 12. Stampede gives prospective students an opportunity to personally experience campus life.
Mustangs in the Making launched in January of 2015, since its launch we have welcomed over 150 Future Mustangs into our Legacy Program.
There’s a lot going on at one of Conway’s premier institutions of higher learning these days. new buildings are sprouting up, innovative adult and distance learning offerings abound and enrollment this fall is at an all-time high.
Mr. Jason Poole has joined the Enrollment Management Division at Central Baptist College as the Director of Admissions.
Thanks to everyone who participated or sponsored the 25th Anniversary of the CBC Mustang Classic. It was a huge success! We had a beautiful day and appreciate everyone for taking part. A special thank you to our presenting sponsors Clark Construction and Rik Sowell Architects.
Central Baptist College’s enrollment reached the 881 mark for fall 2015 according to a report released by the Office of the Registrar. The overall enrollment breaks the institution’s record of 858 in the fall of 2014 with a 2.68% increase.
Central Baptist College has been ranked as a “Best Regional College” in the South, according to the 2016 U.S. Best College rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
(Conway, Ark.) Central Baptist College announced today that after 15 years of offering the PACE Program in Conway and North Little Rock (Camp Robinson), CBC will soon be expanding to Hot Springs. PACE is a Professional Adult College Education program offering an opportunity for working adults to pursue a college degree. To introduce PACE to Hot Springs, the first 100 students will be able to attend the Orientation class at no cost ($1100 value)
The CBC PACE program's Block 3 classes will begin on Monday, September 28. The registration deadline is September 4 for new students.
The Bookstore at Central Baptist College is now “Mustang Outfitters.” CBC President Terry Kimbrow unveiled the new Mustang Outfitters logo at the CBC all employee pre-college meeting on Monday, August 10, 2015. The new name more accurately conveys the broad range of products and services available in the store.
In a time when many colleges and universities have depleted their institutional scholarship aid, Central Baptist College President Terry Kimbrow announced that $100,000 in scholarship funds are now available for incoming freshmen
Central Baptist College will join some of the biggest names in Christian music at the AWAKE 2015 summer music festival in Little Rock, Ark. on Saturday, August 22nd at 6:00 p.m at the First Security Amphitheater.
Central Baptist College announced today the hiring of Darryl McPhate as its Sports Information Director. McPhate will be responsible for the promotion of Mustang Athletics in print and social media, managing team statistics, maintaining the athletics website and various other duties.
Central Baptist College announces the hiring of James (JD) Gray as Development Officer beginning August 3, 2015. The Development Officer position includes working with the President and Vice President for Advancement
The Central Baptist College Mustangs have hired Elyse Rowland as their next Women's Volleyball Head Coach. Coach Rowland comes to CBC from NCAA Division II Christian Brothers University (Memphis, TN) where she had been the assistant coach since 2013
Several years ago, we started the tradition of awarding a SOAR scholarship to one of the attendees of the annual youth conference.
More than 450,000 Arkansans have earned college credit hours but do not have a bachelor’s degree. Faulkner County residents make up 17,000 of these adult learners who did not persist to graduation for various reasons.
The Conway Rotary Club recently held its annual banquet at CBC. Faulk installed as President.
Kristen Drage has accepted the position of Head Women's Softball Coach at Central Baptist College.
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It is a pleasure to release for publication the President’s and Dean’s List in recognition of student academic achievement. The following lists are for the spring of 2015.
With graduation behind us, workers have begun to unbolt seats, rip up carpet, and order new sound and lighting equipment…all making way for a complete renovation of the Wassel L. Burgess Auditorium! The renovation will address five of the most critical needs in this facility: 1) new sound system; 2) professional lighting; 3) construction of a new sound booth;
Each year Central Baptist College honors two individuals with the Greatest Contribution awards. The awards are announced and presented at the commencement ceremony on the CBC campus which took place on May 10.
On Sunday, April 26th, 2015, CBC held its annual Academic Awards Banquet for the Professional Adult College Education (PACE) program and Traditional Students. Honoree’s included students from the Dean’s List, President’s List, inductee’s into Alpha Chi, Who’s Who among College Students and Departmental Awards.
Central Baptist College is pleased to announce its move to the American Midwest Conference beginning in the 2015-2016 academic year.
CBC Enters Into First NCCAA World Series Event
The Rufus and Mildred Crawford Endowed Scholarship will give priority to licensed ministerial students majoring in Bible or Missions whose goal is to serve on the foreign mission field.
CBC PACE program celebrates its 15th anniversary.
Dr. Rex Horne, who has served as president of Ouachita Baptist University at Arkadelphia since 2006, has been named as the new president of Arkansas’ Independent Colleges & Universities.
CBC will be inducting distinguished North Little Rock Boys Varsity Basketball Coach Johnny Rice into its Hall of Fame.
Central Baptist College is set to honor its 2015 graduates at a commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 9 with the Professional Adult College Education (PACE) students graduating at 10 am and traditional students graduating at 2 pm.
Starting in the fall of 2015, the Criminology and Criminal Justice Management degree will help to prepare a student for a variety of career paths including law enforcement, corrections, forensic science, private security, and the courts/judiciary system.
Mr. Paul Cherry has been hired and will begin duties as the Vice President for Finance at Central Baptist College on February 18, 2015. The Vice President for Finance provides strategic leadership and oversight...
It is a pleasure to release for publication the President’s and Dean’s List in recognition of student academic achievement. The following lists are for the fall of 2014.
Check out the new Connecting Point newsletter. The newsletter includes articles on the Mustang Advantage and everything for the CBC Homecoming 2015.
Mustang Advantage will Assist Students with Loan Repayments
Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has named Central Baptist College to the coveted Military Friendly® Schools list.
Central Baptist College’s enrollment reached the 858 mark for fall 2014 according to a report released by the Office of the Registrar on Friday. The 858 mark ties the institutions record from the fall 2011 and is an increase of 3.61% from the fall 2013 enrollment of 832.
Central Baptist College announces the hiring of Peter Smith as the new Head Men’s Soccer Coach.
Central Baptist College announces the hiring of Tasha Flynn as the Head Women’s Soccer Coach at CBC
CBC Promotes Johnson to Vice President