- a culture of faith and edification
Is Littlerock University accredited?
Littlerock University (LRU) is unaccredited. Since most Bible colleges/universities accrediting bodies provide little or no added value to a graduate LRU has not accepted the restrictions that come with some accreditations. The purpose of the education a student will receive from LRU is specific to fulfilling your ministry call. Therefore, we focus on renewing the mind to the Word of God in every area of a believer’s life.
What will I receive at the end of my program since LRU is non-accredited?
Upon completion of your degree program you will receive a ministry designation of Divinity or Theology. This will enable the graduate to apply for a certificate of ministry (called a “license” by many) and begin their ministry internship qualifying them to apply for ordination.
When does the school year begin?
The academic school year begins January 15. Because the calendar changes each year, it is recommended that you contact the admissions office for exact class start date.
Do you offer internship programs?
There are some and they change depending on the time of the year.
What is the length of you courses?
Courses are designed to last 10 weeks. The fulltime program is made up of 4 (four) 10-week course quarters.
Littlerock University does not discriminate based on race, color or national origin