Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary is committed to providing a quality education that prepares men and women to fulfill the school's mission of taking the Word to the World. The following tables show the percentages of student retention, graduation, and placement.
STUDENT RETENTION RATE
The percentage of students eligible to return from the previous spring semester who actually enrolled the following fall semester
The percentage of students who enrolled in the year indicated and graduated according to the 150% timeline established by the U.S. Department of Education
ANALYSIS OF THE 2009 COHORT
The following information reflects the graduation/completion status of first-time, full-time students who enrolled in a four-year program in fall 2010 and completed the program in 150% of the normal projected time-frame.
|Fall 2010 Cohort||Completion Rate*|
|American Indian/Alaskan Native||0|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||0|
|Two or More Races||0|
|By Financial Aid|
|Recipients of Pell Grants||35||54%|
|Recipients of Subsidized Loans (not Pell)||11||27%|
|Recipients of neither Subsidized Loans nor Pell||10||30%|
*Total completers within 150% per IPEDS definition.
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STUDENT APPEAL PROCESS
Throughout the academic school year, many decisions are made by the faculty, staff, and administration that have a direct effect upon the lives of the student body. Such things as attendance and academic requirements, and responses from Faith employees are all subject to appeal by concerned students. For additional information regarding the Student Appeal Process please reference the Student Handbook.
STUDENT GRIEVANCE POLICY
The Student Grievance Policy is available to students who wish to have a concern resolved about a person or process of the college community. The objective is to resolve concerns as quickly and efficiently as possible at the level closest to the student. Every effort should be taken to solve the problem by the student communicating personally with the appropriate professor, staff member, or administrator. This should be done with a genuine spirit of humility and respect. For additional information regarding the Student Grievance Policy please reference the Student Handbook.
If a student complaint cannot be resolved after exhausting the Institution's appeal procedure, the student may file a complaint with the appropriate state agency. A listing of the student complaint procedures can be found here. Students wishing to file a complaint with the Iowa Student College Aid Commission may do so here.
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Faith Chorale Spring ConcertMarch 17
The Faith Chorale will present its annual spring concert March 17 at 7:00 pm. This concert will be held in the Nettleton Center.
Spring Alumni Dessert FellowshipMarch 27, 7 pm
Join us for a time of fellowship with old classmates, and hear what's new at Faith.
Instrumental Spring ConcertApril 7
The Faith Instrumental Ensembles will present their annual spring concert April 7 at 7:00 p.m. This concert will be held in the Nettleton Center.
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Faith is pleased to welcome Miss Kim Tanner back to our faculty. Read More
Jordan Sauser has joined the Faith Family as the director of financial aid and coach of the men's soccer and track and field teams. Read More
We invite church work teams to help us renovate the former music building into our seminary building. Read More