SCBaptist Universities

SCBaptists cooperate to provide effective Christian education for future ministry leaders.

Through our three SCBaptist institutions, North Greenville University, Charleston Southern University, and Anderson University, students called to ministry from various backgrounds come together with a shared goal: to push back lostness in South Carolina and around the globe. This educational experience not only prepares future leaders for effective ministry but also cultivates a spirit of unity and cooperation.

Wherever students choose to study, graduates emerge equipped to serve in a myriad of roles within the ministry. As students embark on their educational journey at any of the three universities, they are not only equipped with academic knowledge but also nurtured in their spiritual formation, preparing them to impact the world as devoted followers of Christ.

Led by experienced faculty with rich ministry backgrounds, all three universities embody a tradition of faith and learning grounded in the truths of Scripture. Those exploring a call to vocational ministry are invited to immerse themselves in a journey of academic rigor, spiritual growth, and servant leadership under the guidance of dedicated professors and leaders.

Thanks to SCBaptists giving through the Cooperative Program, our churches help fund and support these three SCBaptist institutions and equip future ministry leaders to see every life saturated and transformed by the hope of the Gospel.

Anderson University offers in-person and online undergraduate degrees in Christian studies, with concentrations in youth ministry, pastoral ministry, media ministry, apologetics, biblical studies, missions, theology and philosophy, and women's ministry. The College of Christian Studies offers the Guided Ministry Internship program. The program helps students apply classroom skills and insights in actual work environments under professional supervision.
Charleston Southern University offers the Call to Ministry Scholarship, which provides financial support to students pursuing ministry degrees. Students can pursue a degree in chaplaincy ministry, Christian studies, family and children's ministry, and student ministry. The Seminary Pathway program enables students to seamlessly transition from undergraduate to graduate studies, partnering with Baptist seminaries across the United States.
North Greenville University offers undergraduate degrees in Christian studies, intercultural studies, and youth ministry. The Center for Global Engagement at North Greenville University provides invaluable opportunities to engage with different cultures and serve communities worldwide.