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CBC by the Numbers
Preparing students for success
  • Over 40 degrees & 12 fully online.

  • 12:1 Student-to-faculty ratio.

  • 99% of the students qualify for scholarships and aid.

  • 32% more aid awarded than the national average.

  • 88% of graduates are employed after 2 years.

  • Students take on 15% less debt annually than national average.

  • 11% higher wage earnings after graduation than the national average.

Since 1952
CBC has grown to become one of the premier Christian colleges in the state.

From humble beginnings, CBC has grown from approximately two dozen students to more than 500. The number of faculty has increased from five to over fifty full-time and part-time instructors. In addition, the curriculum has expanded to include a wide variety of baccalaureate degree programs in areas other than Bible.

Although many things have changed since 1952, Central Baptist College still remains a Christian college committed to its mission and constantly strives to provide a quality, Christ-focused education for all its students.

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Leading by Example
President Terry Kimbrow

Since taking office in 2004, President Terry Kimbrow has worked to create a campus culture of Christian leadership, inspiration, health and success. His leadership combined with that of our faculty and staff shapes the various divisions and departments of CBC.

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A Place to
Call Home
Conway, AR

Located in central Arkansas, Conway is just 30 miles from Little Rock, Arkansas' capital. Southern Living ranked Conway 7th on its list for "The South's Best College Towns," and CBC sits at the heart of it all.

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