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A Military Friendly College

Military men and women work hard for our country. They sacrifice time away from their families and, in a lot of cases, they risk their lives for people they don’t know. However, through all this pressure, we know that a college education is very important to them so they can reach their military career goals and personal goals.

CBC believes our military service men and women should have a chance to earn a degree for all they do for our country. That is why we honor these brave men and women through higher education that fits their busy lifestyle, and we have earned the Military Friendly® School designation for 12 consecutive years.

In addition, we also commit to working with all forms of military funding and provide one of the most generous veteran tuition discounts available to show appreciation for their sacrifice.

We also understand military personnel’s time is even more precious than money. That is why we make the enrollment process simple. Military Students can visit cbc.edu/military, choose a degree and format that fits their busy lifestyle and schedule a virtual visit with a Personal Enrollment Counselor to start the enrollment process. We are here to help through the entire enrollment process.

If you or someone you know is a service man or woman looking for a way to earn a college degree despite their busy lifestyle, visit cbc.edu/military today to schedule a virtual visit. Or contact us at pace@cbc.edu or (800) 441-5106.

Third Annual Scholarship Gala

There are only five weeks left before the CBC Scholarship Gala. Join us Saturday, April 2, at 6 p.m. at the Conway Expo Center. The night will be a celebration of Courageous Faith and will feature keynote speaker, Alex Kendrick. Entertainment will be provided by the CBC Fine Arts Department.

The proceeds from the event will benefit the Central Baptist College Scholarship Fund which supports institutionally funded scholarships.

Event sponsorships begin at $2,000. Single tickets are on sale for $100 each. For more information, to purchase tickets or to make a donation, visit cbc.edu/gala or contact Director of Development Amy Reed at areed@cbc.edu or (501) 205-8934.

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