Where are you located?
Heartland Baptist Bible College is located in Northwest Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, close to the I-40 and I-44 interstates. The college was formerly called Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College and was located in San Dimas, California.
What version of the Bible do you use?
We believe the authorized (King James) Version, Old and New Testaments, is the Word of God kept intact for English-speaking peoples by way of God's divine providence and work of preservation. To read our entire position on the Doctrine of The Scriptures, please click here.
How can I learn more about your school?
If you would like to receive information about Heartland Baptist Bible College, go to the Request for Information page and submit the form.
Am I eligible to attend?
note that Heartland is an independent, fundamental, Baptist college;
therefore, application for admission is open only to those who are
currently members of independent, fundamental Baptist churches and who
testify that they have received Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, i.e.
saved by grace through faith. To read the complete policy on eligibility, please visit the Request for Information page.
What is the cost of attending your school?
Heartland Baptist Bible College is one of the most affordable schools of its kind in the United States. Please visit the Financial Information page for information.
How do I get an application?
We include application materials as part of our information packet. Access the information/application request form by clicking here. You can also call toll free 877.943.9330 ext 108.
Are you accredited?
Heartland Baptist Bible College is legally authorized to operate in Oklahoma and is in compliance with State Regents’ Policy. Heartland is not accredited under rules promulgated and adopted by the Oklahoma State Board of Regents for Higher Education nor by any national or regional accrediting agency which is recognized by the State of Oklahoma or the U.S. Department of Education.
Heartland does not grant degrees per se, but does award diplomas for completion of a four year course of study as well as two and three year diplomas. Transfer of courses from Heartland to other colleges or universities is at the discretion of the receiving institution.
It is the position of this college that quality training that is both godly and practical can be provided to students who desire to attend Heartland without the need for academic oversight from any accrediting agencies. Unfortunately, spiritual mandates often collide with society’s expectations in the area of academics and training; therefore, Heartland chooses to maintain its credibility and its commitment to excellence by continuing to stand true to the dictates of the Word of God rather than following after “man’s approval.”
How many students do you have?
For the Fall 2012 semester, the Lord blessed us with an enrollment of 434 in the undergraduate program and 12 in the graduate school for a total enrollment of 446 students.
May I live off-campus?
All full-time single students under the age of 25 are required to live on campus or at home with their parents.
May I bring my car to school?
Any student is allowed to have an automobile on campus provided it is registered with the school and does not become detrimental to academic achievement or student behavior.
What are your majors?
Our majors are grouped according to the four programs offered at Heartland which include Biblical Studies, Christian Education, Church Music, and Ministry Secretarial. Information for each of these programs are provided under the Academics tab.
Do you offer correspondence courses?
Heartland does offer correspondence type classes; however, we refer to the concept of distance learning as our extension department. To read more about our extension studies, click here or call toll free 877.943.9330 ext 145.
What is your student/teacher ratio?
The overall student/teacher ratio currently is 16:1.
Do you accept any financial aid?
Heartland does not participate in any Title IV or Federal financial aid programs such as the Pell Grant or student loans. However, we do accept grants and loans from other public and private organizations as well as institutional scholarships. Please visit the Financial Assistance page for information on available scholarships, tuition discounts, and work assistance. Financial Assistance Brochure (PDF)
Do you offer on campus job opportunities?
There are limited job opportunities on campus in the areas of the cafeteria, housekeeping, security, maintenance, and office positions. For any questions about on-campus employment, please contact our Business Manager . On-Campus Employment Application (PDF)