UAFWBBC is accredited by Kairos University. According to their website, “Kairos University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools, in addition to being recognized by special and professional accreditors and denominational bodies.”

The U.S. Department of Education recognizes Kairos University as an accredited institution.
UAFWBBC is accredited by Transworld ACI an agency that has a proven record for high standards in the industry of higher education. Many of today’s pretentious religious leaders have attended institutions under Transworld ACI accreditation.
The U.S. Department of Education does not recognize Transworld Accrediting Commission International at this time.

Since we believe in the separation of church and state, we have not applied for accreditation to the U.S. Department of Education or any state or federal agency.

UAFWBBC has applied for, and received, “Religious Exemption” status from the State of North Carolina.

We hold that our accrediting body is far above any D.O.E. accrediting agency because we are allowed to teach the Word of God, and only the Word of God, without outside dictation.

The Director of the North Carolina Department of Higher Education has determined that United American Free Will Baptist Bible College does not offer courses or degrees customarily offered at colleges and universities and that certification is not required by the North Carolina Higher Education Coordinating Board.

The University of North Carolina is the authorizing Licensure body for Non-public or Out-of-State Institutions UAFWB Bible College is exempted based on conducting degree program activity relative to religious education [G.S. 116-15(d)], the institution demonstrates to the satisfaction of the UNC President on recommendation of staff that it should be exempt from licensure. Staff bases its recommendation on examination of an application containing relevant documentation in determining whether the nature and intent of programs warrant exemption. On September 12, 1997, the Board adopted further revisions to its policies by emphasizing the importance of institutions displaying full degree titles and disclosures in all advertising and literature that their exemption from licensure represents no assessment of program quality as does licensure.

After examination of our documents and a visit by NCU, United American Free Will Baptist Bible College was found exempt and permission was granted to begin the degree programs in accordance with the provision of the North
Carolina and Florida Department of Education General Statues Section 1005.06(1)(f).

Staff makes an annual inquiry of institutions concerning their continuation of adherence to the bases upon which their exemption was conferred. Exemption from licensure continues for institutions unless it is suspended or revoked by the President on recommendation of staff. For more information visit