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 If you would like more information about the merger, please contact: Melinda Merillat, Public Relations and Corporate Communications. Melinda.Merillat@cbhouston.edu; P. 832.252.0745 or 936.520.1852.

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 1, 2019

Merger Press Release

 

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The College of Biblical Studies-Houston officially enters into an agreement to pursue merger with Crossroads Bible College 

 
After months of evaluation and due diligence, the CBS-Houston Board of Trustees has agreed to begin pursuing the merger of Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis, Indiana, subject to the approval of ABHE and SACSCOC accreditation agencies. We believe Crossroads will be a great addition to the CBS-Houston family.

 

This merger will accomplish the following:

  • Expand the CBS-Houston reach through the addition of an Indianapolis campus, several regional locations, and online offerings; 
  • Protect the rich heritage of Crossroads while securing a promising future filled with greater opportunities for students. 

This is an exciting time! God has graciously provided an opportunity that will help expand the reach of CBS-Houston and Crossroads Bible College. Our combined resources and strengths will result in a stronger, more efficient, more effective collaborative ministry. 

 

 

About the College of Biblical Studies

 

The College of Biblical Studies is located in Houston, Texas. Leveraging its academic rigor and biblical worldview training, CBS offers a nationally and regionally accredited college education on campus and online, with several programs offered in the Spanish language. Students receive transformational education and training for service to families, ministries, businesses, and communities around the world. CBS has provided biblically based education to more than 26,000 students since 1976, and is ranked as one of the lowest tuitions in Texas. 

 

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