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List of universities and colleges affiliated with the Churches of Christ

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List of universities and colleges affiliated with the Churches of Christ

Universities and colleges affiliated with the Churches of Christ include these institutions:

Church of Christ College Town
Abilene Christian University Abilene, Texas
Amridge University (formerly Southern Christian University) Montgomery, Alabama
Austin Graduate School of Theology Austin, Texas
Bear Valley Bible Institute of Denver Denver, Colorado
Burritt College Spencer, Tennessee
Crowley's Ridge College Paragould, AR
Faulkner University Montgomery, Alabama
Florida College* Temple Terrace, Florida
Florida School of Preaching Lakeland, Florida
Freed-Hardeman University Henderson, Tennessee
Great Lakes Bible College (Ontario) Waterloo, Ontario
Harding University Searcy, Arkansas
Heritage Christian University Florence, Alabama
Johnson University Florida Kissimmee, Florida
Lipscomb University Nashville, Tennessee
Lubbock Christian University Lubbock, Texas
Magnolia Bible College(absorbed by Freed-Hardeman in 2009) Kosciusko, Mississippi
Mzuzu Bible College Mzuzu, Malawi, Africa
Nations University Brentwood, Tennessee
Obong University Obong Ntak, Nigeria, Africa
Ohio Valley University Parkersburg, West Virginia
Oklahoma Christian University Edmond, Oklahoma
Pepperdine University Malibu, California
Rochester College Rochester Hills, Michigan
Southwestern Christian College Terrell, Texas
Sunset International Bible Institute Lubbock, Texas
Tennessee Bible College Cookeville, Tennessee
Western Christian College Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
York College York, Nebraska
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