Arkansas Baptist College (ABC) is a private, historically black, four-year liberal arts college located in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas, near the River Market area and the Clinton Presidential Library. Originally known as the Minister's Institute, the College was established in 1884 by both white and black religious leaders. In April 1885, the name of the school was changed to Arkansas Baptist College.

The College offers a range of degree programs in business administration, human services, criminal justice and religious studies, e.g., BA in Christian Education, BA in Public Administration, Bachelor of Arts in Human Services, and so on. The College also offers certificate programs.

Arkansas Baptist College has been accredited since 1987 by the Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC). The College is affiliated with the Consolidated Missionary Baptist State Convention of Arkansas. It is also approved for veterans training under several VA Chapter. Students receiving educational benefits from the Veterans Administration are subject to the same rules, regulations and policies as all students.

Arkansas Baptist College is listed among Tier 2 Regional Colleges in the South by US News & World Report 2012.

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