Transferring AFLBS credits to a four-year college or university can save students significant time and money. AFLBS grads have gone on to attend colleges with pre-arranged AFLBS transfer agreements, such as the University of Northwestern – St. Paul, Crown College, or Oak Hills Christian College in Bemidji, MN. Other graduates have successfully transferred credits to places like Wheaton College, Liberty University, and Patrick Henry College.
There are many schools that accept AFLBS credits. A student who graduates from AFLBS can often transfer up to 60 credits toward a degree plan.
Michelle, a recent AFLBS grad, pursued a teaching degree after graduating from Bible school, and tranferred her credits to Crown College in St. Bonifacius, Minnesota. She wants all current and future Bible school students to know about the potential of transferring credits to other schools.
“It gives an awesome option to take the time to learn God’s Word and still get done with school in a timely manner,” Michelle said. “It allows students to take two years at AFLBS to solely focus on God and His Word.”