Kentucky Mountain Bible College (KMBC) is a four-year evangelical Christian Holiness Bible college in Vancleve, Kentucky. The college is located near the town of Jackson in Breathitt County, and is a ministry of the Kentucky Mountain Holiness Association.
Its catalog states that over 70% of KMBC's graduates have entered Christian ministry, including speakers, missionaries, and pastors in over 60 countries worldwide. KMBC is one of six colleges that World Gospel Mission recommends on its web site.
Part of KMBC's mission is to keep their program affordable to anyone who wishes to attend, with 2010 tuition of $3,355 per semester. KMBC was ranked 10th by an InsideCollege review of colleges for student acceptance. In an article titled "Colleges Students Don't Turn Down", InsideCollege found that 83.9% of students who are accepted to KMBC enroll.
In a 2009 re-accreditation, the Association for Biblical Higher Education found Kentucky Mountain Bible College to be performing well in the areas of finances, academics, facilities, student services, and in fulfillment of mission. The college recently added a Music program and the Helen Matthews Luce Chapel.
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