The Northland Baptist Bible College, which is located in Dunbar, Wisconsin, is a private fundamental Baptist college founded by businessman and inventor Paul Patz in 1976. The NBBC is a part of Northland International University. The theological school originated as the Northland Mission Camp founded in 1958. In 1976, the Northland Baptist Bible Institute was formed which became Northland Baptist Bible college a year later.
Northland International University offers more than 30 undergraduate programs in biblical studies, cross-cultural studies, church ministries and speech education as well as several graduate programs in ministry and the arts. The institute provides students scholarship programs such as The Les and Charlene Ollila Scholarship, the Demonstrated Need Scholarship, the Grace Kneibler Hanline Memorial Scholarship and the James C. Morgenroth Memorial Scholarship. The athletic teams of NBBC are known as the Pioneers and they participate in volleyball, soccer, wrestling, hockey and basketball.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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