Founded in 1952 under the auspices of Conservative Mennonite Conference, Rosedale Bible College has developed a two-year program which includes a core curriculum of Bible, theology, leadership, and missions courses. The school year consists of a Fall and Spring Semester and a six-week Winter Term.
The college remains strongly connected to the conference and is directly accountable to the ministerial body of Conservative Mennonite Conference. Rosedale Bible College is accredited with the Association for Biblical Higher Education and is authorized by the Ohio Board of Regents to grant the Associate of Arts decree in Biblical Studies.
In addition to formal training, faculty members are chosen for their teaching skills and for their ability to serve effectively in congregational and other ministries. Spiritual commitment and dedication to Christ and the church are the most essential qualifications for faculty and are also the school’s highest goals for its students.
For more information on Rosedale Bible College, visit their website at www.rosedale.edu.