"Life is about more than a career, so college should prepare you for more
than a job."

At Rosedale Bible College, we help students lay the groundwork  for their future—academically, spiritually, and personally—by providing two years of mentorship, community, and biblical education in the Anabaptist/Mennonite tradition.

“Life is about more than a career, so college should prepare you for more
than a job.”

At Rosedale Bible College, we help students lay the groundwork  for their future—academically, spiritually, and personally—by providing two years of mentorship, community, and biblical education in the Anabaptist/Mennonite tradition.

Our Programs:

Designed to offer students a balance of academic preparation,
spiritual growth and personal development, our programs include:

2-Year Associate Degree

Through our well-rounded two-year Associate Degree in Biblical Studies, students complete their general education classes while establishing an informed understanding of your faith.

 

2+2 Transfer Agreements

With our Fast-Track Degree Program, Rosedale graduates can transfer to one of our partner schools and finish their bachelor’s degree in just two additional years.

 

Mentorship Groups

Our mentorship program provides both spiritual discipleship and practical life skills training to prepare students for life after college.

 

 

Transformative Learning

Educational opportunities like our cross-cultural learning program, the Akwachink Leadership School, and The Bridge internship give students challenging, real-world experience.

Our students graduate with:
  • A deeper knowledge of God and themselves.
  • An informed understanding of their faith.
  • Practical life skills.
  • Transformative life experiences.
  • A transferable associate degree.
Accreditation:

We are accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education. We are also authorized by the Ohio Department of Higher Education to grant an associate degree in Biblical studies and recognized by the United States Department of Education as an agency for Biblical higher education. 

Quick Facts:

Location:

Rosedale is a small town in central Ohio. It sits 31 miles west of Columbus, providing a safe, peaceful setting within driving distance of the city’s cultural opportunities.

Cost:

The total estimated annual cost for full-time students (including room and board) is just over $14,000. Costs are kept low due to generous gifts from our alumni, friends, and CMC churches.

Student Life:

Between intramural sports, on-campus events, our school drama project and extensive music programs, students at Rosedale always have something fun to do. 

Affiliation:

We are the educational branch of the Conservative Mennonite Conference.

Financial Aid:

Our students may apply for public financial aid through the federal and Ohio state governments or apply for one of our in-house scholarships.

Enrollment:

Average school enrollment is 60 students, while our typical class size is 15 – 20 students.

Our faculty members are chosen based on their:
  • Qualifications (all of our faculty hold at least a master’s degree.)
  • Practical ministry experience.
  • Spiritual commitment.
  • Dedication to service in the church.
History:

In 1952, Rosedale Bible College began as a six-week Bible school in the Pleasant View Mennonite Church, with students housed by local church families. By 1969, we had developed into a two-year Bible Institute. Now, as of 2019, the college has shaped the lives of more than 7,000 alumni, providing a firmer intellectual basis for their faith and deepening their passion for Christ and the church.

 

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