Dr. Fitz Hill , PRESIDENT

The fall is here, school is in session and school shopping is on! No, really. People really are shopping to make decisions about which college or university to attend after high school graduation or receiving a G.E.D. There are people even trying to decide whether or not to continue formal education  after high school graduation. If you are at the stage of making a decision about if or where you can go to college, Arkansas Baptist College, 1621 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive in Little Rock, Ark. is definitely a college to consider.  Why Arkansas Baptist? The mission of Arkansas Baptist is to “prepare students for a life of service grounded in academic scholarship, the liberal arts tradition, social responsibility, Christian development and preparation for employment in a global community.”

With the assignment of Arkansas Baptist’s mission, education is offered to anyone with a desire to earn a degree. From a G.E.D. to an Associate of Arts degree to a Bachelor of Arts degree, learning is available for anyone and everyone with the desire to receive an education.

You say you want to go to college but you don’t have your high school diploma? Well Arkansas Baptist has a program that helps to assure that you receive your high school diploma or earn your G.E.D. Then, after you qualified for having a high school education, Arkansas Baptist offers you the support you need to help you through your transition into college, if you want to go.


Even if all you know is that you want to go to college and you don’t have any idea about what you want to major in, Arkansas Baptist’s counselors are ready to help you figure out what field to study to achieve your goal.  From walking you through each step of which classes to take, tips on how to study, or whatever it is you may need to earn a degree in, counselors are available to clear the path for you to achieve your educational goals.

Oh, so you say you don’t have time to go to college? Well, Arkansas Baptist has programs designed for the non-traditional student who works a full-time job but wants to pursue learning at a higher level. Maybe you just aren’t sure about even setting foot onto a college campus since no one in your family has ever gone beyond high school. That’s okay. You can come to Arkansas Baptist on Sundays between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. and have Sunday brunch at the campus restaurant, The Bistro. You can set your foot on a college campus, look around and get familiar with the surroundings. Just like the basics of learning are found in the ABCs, the basics of learning can still be found at ABC, Arkansas Baptist College. That’s where you can get the basics to achieve beyond college, beyond what you could imagine is even possible.

For more information about what Arkansas Baptist college has available for you, call: 501-370-4000. HHM