Mennonite Biblical Seminary (MBS), one of the two seminaries in the history of AMBS, comes from a long tradition of theological education. Goshen (Indiana) College, which began in 1894, established a Bachelor of Theology curriculum in 1933. The Bible department became Goshen Biblical Seminary (GBS) in 1946.
At AMBS, students engage deeply in the study of theology alongside a supportive community of scholars. You will be able to design, with your advisor, an academic program that is relevant and experiential in preparation for the contexts of your future ministries.
AMBS provides 25 units of campus housing, including one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Most units come as furnished apartments, although unfurnishe apartments may be available.
Several units are ideal for families with children. Others are available for small clusters of students who wish to live in a community arrangement.
AMBS is committed to assisting all members of the AMBS community in providing for their own safety and security. Choosing a post-secondary institution is a major decision for students and their families. Along with academic, financial and geographic considerations, we understand the issue of campus safety may also be a concern.
The Higher Learning Commission, Association of Theological Schools