About Spurgeon College
Spurgeon College exists to train men and women to be prepared to follow God’s call wherever it may lead. Spurgeon College is named after the nineteenth century Baptist preacher, Charles Spurgeon, whose personal library is housed on campus in The Spurgeon Library, and, thus, Spurgeon College seeks to emulate Charles Spurgeon’s own “for the kingdom” vision for life and service. Upon coming to Spurgeon, you will be equipped for life and ministry by an esteemed faculty who not only care about your studies but about your personal spiritual development as well. Our academic programs include the dual major track, which focuses first on the study of God’s Word, and then branches out to professional training emphases such as business, psychology, music, and humanities. You will not only leave here prepared to proclaim the gospel; you will do so in any environment the Lord places you.
Additionally, if missions is a desire God has placed upon your heart, then look into our Fusion track. In Fusion, Spurgeon College teams with the International Mission Board for a semester of intentional ministry training and a semester of on-the-field international missions experience under the guidance of IMB missionaries. These are only two highlights of what we offer at Spurgeon College, so be sure to check out the rest of our website to learn more.
If you feel God is calling you to join our Spurgeon community, please contact our admissions team for more information or to arrange an opportunity to personally tour our campus. As God leads, come join us for your college experience, where you will receive an excellent, Christ-centered education at an affordable price, but more importantly, you will leave prepared to serve Him for the Kingdom.
Meet the Dean
Samuel Bierig serves as the undergraduate dean and as Assistant Professor of Christian Studies at Spurgeon College. He also serves as an elder at Liberty Baptist Church. Sam is pursuing his Ph.D. in Theology at Midwestern Seminary and holds degrees from Southern Seminary, and Ouachita Baptist University. Learn More ›
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