Bluefield College Blog

Bluefield College is a Christ-centered college in covenant with the Baptist General Association of Virginia since its founding in 1922.

We are intentional with our commitment to the liberal arts tradition, while equipping students with the necessary creative, critical, and technical skills needed for a global economy. We are privileged to live and learn at the base of East River Mountain in beautiful Southwest Virginia. Creativity thrives. Thinking abounds. Skills are honed. Spiritually is nurtured and lives are changed. Come join us!

Change the World With a Christian Education Degree

One of Bluefield’s strongest programs is the School of Education. Students are able to earn their master’s degree with the quality education we have to offer. The program also completes the requirements for someone to receive their Virginia teaching licensure in four years. All...

Investigate a Degree at a Forensic Science College

Shattered glass, shell casings, a crumpled napkin, and a piece of torn cloth; all pieces of a crime scene that is under investigation. Though the evidence is scattered across the crime scene, it will soon prove useful in conveying the truth behind the crime that occurred. Each and every day, it...

Why a Christian Psychology Degree Might Make Sense For You

A lot of people believe that one takes a psychology class because they want to diagnose themselves or help somebody else. Those people are usually ones that do not look any further into psychology and may never take a class. I took a psychology class in order to grow as a person and understand...

Finding Affordable Christian Colleges

You know that you want to attend a four-year college, but you don’t know how you are going to pay for it. Whether you are from a single-parent household or you are the first person to ever attend college from your family, negotiating the financial aid process in an effort to find...

Want to change the future? Study in a Teacher Education Program

I’ve heard it said that ‘Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions.’ Though the author of this truism is unknown, he/she couldn’t be more correct. Additionally, Henry Brooks Adams adds that ‘Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell where...

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