Serious about the gospel
Boyce College is a gospel-centered community, shaping you as a whole person to gain a biblical worldview, prepare for a life of discipleship, and foster a heart for the world.
Programs of Study
Preparation to serve the church and engage the culture.
Students have come to Boyce from all 50 states and 27 countries.
Cost Per Credit Hour
Members of SBC churches receive this discounted tuition rate.
Full-time faculty members at Boyce are experts in their field.
BEING A BULLDOG
Understand what is required for applications to Boyce College.
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Learn how to transfer college credit, CLEP, and AP credit to Boyce College.
Build a foundation for the future while you take take courses online, on campus, or at your high school or home school to save time and money.
Transferring to Boyce from another college? Here you can find relevant information and guidance that’s unique to your transition.
Start your application here as an international student.
Need help with your application? Don’t hesitate to contact the Admissions Office. We are open 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on weekdays.
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Boyce Preview Day offers a great opportunity to see the exciting things that are happening at Boyce College. Preview Day will give you experiences that will assist in making your college decision. You’ll enjoy a day full of activities, including extensive interaction with Boyce College faculty and current students.
Your individual visit will include the opportunity to tour campus, visit class and interact with our faculty. You will also meet with an admissions counselor who will provide you with answers to your specific questions and a student ambassador who can give you helpful information on a variety of topics from a current student’s perspective.
Be a Bulldog Day
Be a Bulldog Day is a unique campus visit that gives prospective students the chance to experience life at Boyce first-hand. Visitors will attend class with current students, interact with faculty, participate in student life activities, and spend the day as a Boyce student would.
Activities and Attractions
Beyond all the Derby activities it’s known for, Louisville is also home to creative museums, a popular zoo, a minor league baseball team, and North America’s largest fireworks show known as Thunder Over Louisville.
Food and Coffee
In March 2016, Louisville ranked number one in National Geographic’s “Top 10 Food Cities in the World” thanks to hundreds of locally-owned restaurants catering to a broad range of tastes. Louisville is also home to several nationally acclaimed coffee shops and roasters.
Louisville has long been a gathering spot for evangelical conferences, such as Together for the Gospel, but it has also become a gathering spot for the nations. People from all over the world, including a great number of refugees, are moving to Louisville, and many of them have never heard the gospel.