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BCF LAKELAND OFF-CAMPUS INSTRUCTIONAL SITE


The Baptist College of Florida has an off-campus instructional site in Lakeland, Florida, that meets at Medulla Baptist Church, 3930 Old Road 37, just off of the Polk Parkway on the south side of Lakeland. Above, Dr. Matt McCraw leads a class about Southern Baptist Life. Learn more about the educational opportunities provided in Lakeland by clicking below.

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Preview Day


An open-house Preview Day is held at The Baptist College of Florida every spring and fall. Preview Day is filled with excitement for members of the faculty, staff, and student body as they welcome prospective students to the campus and showcase the place where lives are changed and prepared for the future. It is a family affair designed to give prospective students the opportunity to visit the dorms, dining facility, classrooms, meet faculty, staff, and current students, and see all that BCF has to offer.

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FBC State Convention


The Baptist College of Florida is a cooperating ministry of the Florida Baptist Convention. Each year, BCF provides students to the Florida Baptist State Convention Annual Meeting to register messengers and stand “Right Beside You” in reaching the lost in our state and wherever the Lord leads.

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BCF MUSIC AND WORSHIP DIVISION TO PRESENT HONORS RECITAL

The Music and Worship Division at The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville, Fla., will present an Honors Recital on Thursday, September 30, at 7:00 p.m. in the R. G. Lee Chapel.  Students are chosen to participate by their applied (...

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BCF STUDENTS ARE COMMITTED TO SUPPORTING THE SEMI-ANNUAL BLOOD DRIVE

Twice a year faculty, staff, and students at The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville board the One Blood “Big Red Bus” to participate in giving blood that could possibly save a life. This year, the campus-wide blood drive wa...

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