Free Will Baptist Bible College enrolled 283 students from 23 states and five foreign countries for the 2010 fall semester, according to Provost Greg Ketteman. Enrollment statistics indicate a diverse student body with a wide range of academic interests.
Dr. Ketteman said, “We thank God for the students who enroll at FWBBC. That’s especially true this fall as parents confront the harsh economic climate, and by faith send their sons and daughters for a Bible-based education. What an amazing responsibility God has placed in our hands as the next generation of pastors and church planters, missionaries and Christian education leaders, as well as psychologists, musicians, business entrepreneurs, and more, register for classes. We’ve graduated almost 250 students in four years, and this impressive group of young adults will soon join that group of world-changers.”
At press time September 17, the college reported 150 dormitory students, 56 commuter students, 23 Adult Degree Program students, and 54 Online/Lifetime Learning students. Officials set the fall semester 2010 full-time student equivalency at 228. One hundred seven students are enrolled in ministry-related fields.