Our classical education programs are intensely focused on equipping you to fulfill the highest vocation—knowing God.Find Your Academic Path
Twenty-nine acres of serene lakefront property in close proximity to Ligonier Ministries and Saint Andrew's Chapel. Come and see.Book a Campus Tour
From early morning sunrises on the beach, to swing dancing and trips to local coffee shops, RBC students enjoy life together.Hear About Student Life
After years of frequent moving, Mark feels at home at RBC. Now, he's ready to invest in the community and the church.Hear his story
Chelsea came to RBC for a biblical foundation. She graduated confident that she could stand firm in her faith.Hear her story
Sionna came for a deeper love of God's Word. Through Christ-centered frienships, she learned to treasure the gospel.Hear her story
“A true Christian college is committed to the premise that the ultimate truth is the truth of God.”
Prepare for a career in law, medicine, or technology by building a foundation in theology and the classical humanities, learning creative tools to solve complex, modern problems.
Theology for Life
Prepare to reach the lost through missions and build up the broken through counseling, diving deep into the rich resources of biblical truth and doctrine.
Prepare for pastoral or academic training with a thorough understanding of biblical studies, systematics, classics, history, and philosophy.
Theology for Life
Your education at RBC will be affordable and flexible, allowing you to focus on learning in a community of discipleship.
“Within just the first week of being here, I learned so much. My classes were amazing. I loved my professors. I was just like a sponge, soaking up everything that I could. What I've learned in Foundation Year, I will take with me the rest of my life.”
“RBC has given me a solid foundation for wherever the Lord takes me in this life.”
You aren't just one student of a thousand or thirty thousand. We know your name. Join a cohort of classmates pursuing spiritual growth, academic excellence, and the joy of community here at our campus in Florida.
Our expert faculty will invest in you as a student. At RBC, not only will you learn from their first-rate scholarship, you will also benefit from life-on-life discipleship.
Theology for Life
The Life of the Mind
Learning at RBC means mastering powerful books. Students study the Word of God, above all. Upon that foundation, students engage classic authors from the humanities and the Reformed tradition, like Dante and Calvin.
Tuition & Financial Aid
At RBC, all students pay no more than $7,500 per year in tuition, thanks to scholarships funded by our generous donors. Further aid is available for students with exceptional merit or financial need.
On Monday, January 20, we hosted our 2020 Winter Conference, the Sufficiency of Scripture, and more than 250 attendees joined us in the main hall of our new building on campus in...Read More
Our Founder and first President, R.C. Sproul, envisioned @RefBibleCollege as a place where students would learn and grow together in a trusted community. To celebrate the 81st anniversary of Dr. Sproul’s birth, and as a throwback to Dr. Sproul’s youth, students and staff enjoyed milkshakes and ice cream floats at the new café.View More
Jonathan Ekman is the Vice President, International Ministry, for The Voice of the Martyrs. Jonathan leads a team of 65 individuals, representing 25 nationalities based in 24 countries, which is active in more than 70 countries all of which are either hostile or restricted. This team is focused on responding to persecution, Bible distribution, and equipping indigenous networks to take the Gospel to the most difficult and dangerous mission fields of the world.Play Now
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
Reformation Bible College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.