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BCF Press Release



June 29, 2016

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BCF Admissions Counselors Karl Hudson and Caitlyn Henry stand ready to answer any questions prospective students have for admissions.

Admissions Counselors at The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville are recruiting new students for the upcoming fall semester making sure prospective students have their required documents ready for admission. The August 11-12 New Student Orientation is fast approaching and room assignments are being confirmed as excitement builds in anticipation of the new incoming class.

Identified by the backgoundchecks.org as the Safest College in Florida and ranked as one of the Best Value Colleges in the state, BCF continues to equip and train men and women, both young and old, to reach their educational goals and prepare them for areas of responsibility, leadership, and ministry. In addition to associate degrees, bachelor degrees, and graduate degrees, information is readily available for homeschoolers and private school juniors and seniors on the new online dual enrollment opportunities. A complete list of degrees and courses available can be obtained online at www.baptistcollege.edu or by contacting the Admissions Office at 800-328-2660 ext. 460.

BCF currently offers degrees in missions, ministry studies, elementary education, secondary education, English, history and social studies, Biblical studies, psychology, music, leadership and Christian education, business leadership, music education (choral and instrumental), missions with a concentration in aviation, Christian studies, and contemporary worship ministry. Degrees can be earned on the Graceville campus or obtained through the Distance Education Program completely online or at one of the three distance sites - Panama City, Jacksonville, or Orlando.

The Baptist College of Florida continues to champion the registered trademark of "Changing the World Through the Unchanging Word®" by equipping, educating and challenging students to make a difference in the lives of those around them. To view the complete fall list of courses established to train leaders to change the world, access the website or call the Admissions Office where counselors are ready to assist.