The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary ("NOBTS") is a private, non-profit institution of higher learning affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention, located in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana. It was the first institution created as a direct act of the Southern Baptist Convention. Missions and evangelism are core focuses of the seminary. Leavell college is the undergraduate program of NOBTS.
The Seminary has 12 graduate centers in 6 states, 12 undergraduate centers in 5 states, and 10 on-campus research centers. It has over 3,700 students and trains over 6,000 participants through workshops offered by Providence Learning Center and MissionLab New Orleans. NOBTS also has over 22,000 living alumni.
The main campus is situated on over 70 acres with more than 70 buildings.
NOBTS has been instrumental in the excavation and uncovery of biblical Timnah and Gezer.
NOBTS offers Doctoral, Master, Bachelor and Associate degrees.
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