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Starting the Fall 2020 Semester

Dear Boise Bible College family, We look forward to the fall semester with great optimism! Classes will start Monday, August 24, 2020 as planned, and we eagerly anticipate having the entire BBC Family back on campus. And we’re not the only ones with an optimistic...

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Summer Break Scholarship Hunting

Summer Break Scholarship Hunting

You may believe your scholarship hunting is over since summer break is upon us. However, scholarship hunting shouldn’t end. There are many scholarships with due dates during the summer. Use the extra free time to apply for last-minute scholarships and try to earn some...

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Anatomy of a College Application

Anatomy of a College Application

The college application process can seem overwhelming, especially if you’re filling out multiple applications. However, the information colleges require has a purpose. In this article, we hope to breakdown the different college application materials. Together, all the...

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Senioritis: How to Fight the Sickness!

Senioritis: How to Fight the Sickness!

Well, you’ve made it to spring semester and graduation is in sight. But, senioritis. You can see the light at the end of the tunnel!  But, senioritis. We are here to remind you that this last semester of high school (or college) doesn’t need to be walked in the dark....

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SAT vs. ACT: Which One should You Take?

SAT vs. ACT: Which One should You Take?

As a college admissions team, we get questions surrounding the SAT vs ACT regularly. In many instances, students have not taken either the SAT or ACT yet. While some colleges, Boise Bible College included, offer alternate ways of acceptance without a SAT or ACT, it’s...

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Starting the Fall 2020 Semester

Dear Boise Bible College family, We look forward to the fall semester with great optimism! Classes will start Monday, August 24, 2020 as planned, and we eagerly anticipate having the entire BBC Family back on campus. And we’re not the only ones with an optimistic...

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Proof isn’t Just in the Paper – Harold Gott

Proof isn’t Just in the Paper – Harold Gott

Harold Gott is proof that it’s not just the “paper” that makes the minister; it’s the “passion” too. Boise Bible College has always attracted non-traditional students, and Harold Gott has always been non-traditional. Harold grew up in northern California working in...

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She Never Walked But Nothing Ever Slowed Her Down

She Never Walked But Nothing Ever Slowed Her Down

Thelma Mae Serl We all get to choose what will and won’t define us. Thelma Mae Serl contracted polio at the age of one month and spent her life in a wheelchair, depending on others to take her where she needed to go. Lucy (Cole) Simmons shares, “Never mind all that,...

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Summer Break Scholarship Hunting

Summer Break Scholarship Hunting

You may believe your scholarship hunting is over since summer break is upon us. However, scholarship hunting shouldn’t end. There are many scholarships with due dates during the summer. Use the extra free time to apply for last-minute scholarships and try to earn some...

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Hope for the Prodigal – Jim Putman

Hope for the Prodigal – Jim Putman

Jim Putman (Graduate, 1993) Jim Putman has a remarkable story of how God can use generations even when they are confused and running away from God. Jim was the oldest of five kids in a pastor’s family. He chased almost everything but Jesus for a time. He watched his...

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