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accreditation & Affiliations

Our mission is, and always has been to train people for ministry.  Because of the unique education we provide, and our strong belief in the separation of powers, we have not invited government oversight of our programs. Even though we are not accredited, we uphold high standards of academic integrity. In fact, several accredited schools have accepted our credits and our graduates’ degrees.

LBU is recognized by the Louisiana Board of Regents to grant degrees and is reviewed annually.

  • Baptist Bible Fellowship International

    LBU is an approved school of the Baptist Bible Fellowship International.  

    The Baptist Bible Fellowship International is a fellowship of pastors, churches, missionaries and educational institutions worldwide, affiliated with the purpose of evangelism, discipleship and church planting worldwide.

  • BBFI Missions

    The BBFI Mission Office serves over 700 missionaries in over 80 countries around the world, over 4,000 US churches and over 20,000 churches outside the US.  The LBU missions courses are approved by the BBFI Mission Office to meet the educational requirements for Career Missionary Approval.  For more information, visit

  • association of christian schools international (acsi)

    LBU is an active member school of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). ACSI is a leading international organization that promotes Christian education and provides training and resources to Christian schools and Christian educators, resulting in schools that contribute to the public good through effective teaching and learning and that are biblically sound, academically rigorous, socially engaged, and culturally relevant; and educators who embody a biblical worldview, engage in transformational teaching and discipling, and embrace personal and professional growth.