School Stats

Location: Cincinnati, OH

History: Founded in 1900

Religious Affiliation: Interdenominational

Degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Associate of Arts, Associate of Applied Science and Master of Arts

Programs of Study: 27

Enrollment: 321

Faculty: 18 full-time, 7 part-time, 12 adjunct

Average Class Size: 17.4

Student to Faculty Ratio: 16:1

Academic Facilities: Five buildings containing instructional classrooms equipped with state-of-the-art classroom technology, the R.G. Flexon Memorial Library, and two special collection libraries.

Degrees available Online:

  • MA Ministry
  • MA Biblical Studies
  • BA Biblical & Theological Studies
  • BA Ministerial Education
  • BA Intercultural Studies & World Missions
  • BA in Church and Family Ministry
  • AA in Bible and Theology
  • AAS Intercultural Studies & World Missions
  • AAS in Ministerial Education

Ministry Opportunities: Inner-City Adult Ministries, Main Street Chapel, Vine Street Chapel, Inner-City Children’s Ministries, Main Street Kid’s Club, Vine Street Kid’s Club, Laurel Homes Kid’s Club, Mt. Auburn Kid’s Club, Inner-City Teen Ministries, Teens of Power School, Teen Power, Teen Praise, Scarlet Oaks Nursing Home Ministry, Jail Ministry, Personal Witnessing Team, Open-Air Sketch-Board Ministry, Prayer Station, Local Church Ministries

Academic Divisions:

  • Education and Professional Studies
  • Intercultural Studies and World Missions
  • Ministerial Education
  • Music

Employment Rate: In our last alumni survey, 67.44% of respondents agreed (somewhat to strongly) that “My present occupation is closely related to the vocational goal I had at GBS.”

School Report

The below information only includes students who began college at GBSC in a fall semester as first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students as per the federal definition of “cohort.”

Our 4-year reporting period of 2011 to 2014 shows the following:

  • Graduation Rate:  45%
  • Retention Rate: 76%

Women who began college at GBSC in a fall semester as first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students had a 54.5% graduation rate.

Men who began college at GBSC in a fall semester as first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students had a 27.5% graduation rate.

Race/Ethnicity

  • American Indian or Native Alaskan – Too small for meaningful interpretation
  • Asian – 0%
  • Black or African American – Too small for meaningful interpretation
  • Hispanic or Latino – Too small for meaningful interpretation
  • International (Non-resident Alien) – 33.3%
  • White – 47.7%

Pell / FEL / FDL

  • Pell Recipients – 43.1%
  • FEL/FDL Recipients – 42.3%
  • Did not Receive Pell/FEL/FDL – 53.3%
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