NYSB

Academic Affiliations

Lancaster Bible College

In 2009, NYSB signed a Memorandum of Understanding and entered into an official affiliation with Lancaster Bible College that will enable our students to receive college credit on a ratio scale for courses taken in NYSB’s program. Also, any NYSB student who completes the 3-year Core Certificate Program plus six more courses in Bible or Theology qualifies for LBC Institute’s Advanced Continuing Education Certificate. LBC has so awarded 80 NYSB students. You can find more information about our partnership with LBC by clicking here.

Evangelical Bible Institute

In 2011, Evangelical Bible Institute partnered with NYSB. It continues to offer its own academic program. Its affiliation with NYSB will allow EBI students to receive NYSB credit that will open the doors to the benefits of NYSB’s affiliation with Lancaster Bible College. Of the 80 students above, 22 are EBI students. NYSB has awarded its Continuing Biblical Education Certificate to 23 EBI students.

Antioch School of Church Planting and Leadership

In 2011, NYSB entered into an official affiliation with the Antioch School of Church Planting and Leadership Development. This relationship will allow students who have earned the Local Church Leadership & Ministry Development Program Certificate to transfer those credits, upon acceptance into the Antioch School, to the Antioch School’s Certificate of Ministry which can lead to a bachelor or master degree.

New York Institute for Biblical Studies

In May 2013, New York Institute for Biblical Studies received approval to partner with NYSB. The President of NYIBS is Rev. David Watson, pastor of Calvary Chapel in Staten Island and former full-time instructor at NYSB. NYIBS offers its own academic program at Calvary Chapel. Its affiliation with NYSB will allow NYIBS students to receive NYSB credit that will open the doors to the benefits of NYSB’s affiliation with Lancaster Bible College.

Pillar College

In September 2014, NYSB signed a Memorandum of Understanding and entered into an official affiliation with Pillar College that will enable our students to receive college credit on a ratio scale for courses taken in NYSB’s program toward a degree completion program.