A Christian College You Can Trust

Training students with Gospel confidence.

Boyce is committed to creating a gospel-centered environment for your son or daughter to spend their college years.

A message to parents from Boyce College President, Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.

Developing a Christian Worldview.

At Boyce, we’re committed to giving your student a place to calibrate their worldview with what the Bible says. It’s throughout the curriculum — and not just for pastoral ministry majors or theology majors. A comprehensive Christian worldview is also important for degrees in business, teaching, and all other programs. With every degree, your son or daughter will develop a cohesive worldview where academics and real life intersect.

Encouraging Students to Follow Christ.

Pursuing gospel transformation impacts everything your student will do here at Boyce. In our events, chapels, residential life, student organizations, and every facet of student life, we’re committed to helping your son or daughter shape a life of discipleship. Beyond their GPA, we want our students to be more deeply in love with Christ and live a life marked by godliness, wisdom, and love for their neighbor.

Loving God and Neighbor.

Is your student a missions, Bible, or theology major? Do they seek to serve in the marketplace, law and advocacy, vocational ministry, or in the home? At Boyce College, we train students to give themselves completely to God’s mission, so that every tribe, tongue, and nation will be counted among his people.

Why Boyce? A Parent’s Perspective

Frequently Asked Questions

The exact start date for classes varies each fall and spring semester. Classes generally begin around the middle of August in the fall and the middle of January in the spring. The fall semester ends prior to Thanksgiving, and winter break extends until classes start again in January. The spring semester typically ends the first week of May. Exact dates for the current academic year are available here.

  • The James P. Boyce Centennial Library contains over 1 million books to help students navigate assignments during their college careers! There are research experts on staff who are available to aid students during the research process.
  • The Center for Student Success includes resources such as Academic Advising (see next question below), The Writing Center, Vocation and Career Development (also see below) and Disability Services, all of which serve to ensure students’ success “from orientation to graduation.”
  • The Vocation and Career Development department is available five days a week to help chart a trajectory for Gospel-minded success through internship and networking opportunities.
  • The Human Resources Office exists to connect students to employment both on and off campus.
  • The Health and Recreation Center houses a basketball gym, a six-lane swimming pool, exercise machines, a variety of fitness classes, and more.

The Center for Student Success seeks to provide each student with advising at least once a semester. To learn about your son or daughter’s counselor, click here.

Your students’ academic records and related information (tuition account, etc.) can be viewed under the “Student Tools” tab on MySBTS. For more specific information, contact the Academic Records Office at (502) 897-4209.

Contact his or her academic counselor.

Room and Board includes living arrangements (suite-style housing), enough meals for six days a week, three meals per day, and on-site laundry.

Residential students are required to have a meal plan. Though it is a flat price (incorporated into the “Room & Board fee), there are several options within the meal plan at Boyce. A student can choose between varying ratios of meal swipes (for the cafeteria) to flex dollars (can be used at Founders’ Café or the Coffee Shop).

There is a Dining Hall, and Founders’ Café (beverages and quick meal options such as wraps, salads, and sandwiches).

The billing period for tuition typically opens two weeks prior to the beginning of each term. Tuition is initially due, at least in part, the third Monday of the semester. There are two options for paying tuition and related fees: 1) Pay in full at the start of the term; 2) Pay via the FACTS payment plan (payments billed monthly). More information is available here.

Yes. The Campus Police department is staffed 24/7, offering campus security and patrol, among other policing services. Many of these state-certified officers are former police or military. You can also view crime reports on their website.

The H. Hart Hagan Clinic, located in the Honeycutt Center on campus, provides students with urgent care services as well as well-checks and other services for free or very low cost.

The Student Life Office will connect you with those in direct leadership over your son/daughter. They can be reached at (502) 897-4295.

Absolutely, provided the visitor is 18 years of age or older. To host a visitor, Boyce students will need to fill out this form.

Yes. Reservations can be made here for the Legacy Hotel and Conference Center, located on our campus.

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