Campus Facts

Amridge is planning an expansion on its new 650 acre campus that has 1.5 miles of Inter- state frontage with scenic lakes. This campus will serve as the primary location of a well designed campus for its Turner School of Theology of Amridge University. A new facility will be built to provide new space for the library, administrative staff, classrooms, and living quarters on this new campus.

Amridge is encouraging its Bible faculty in its involvement in Bible teaching programs in foreign countries. The university is presently involved in 41 countries, including: Bangladesh, Central America, Chile, India, Easter Island, Guyana, Iceland, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, South Pacific Islands, Tanzania, and Ukraine.

Amridge has a student body of men and women from all walks of social and religious life— over 60% of its student body have had no affiliation with the fellowship of the Churches of Christ and many students, as a result of their social heritage, are experiencing their first involvement and contribution in Christian education.

Amridge students gave their academic experience at Amridge University a high 94% rating with 97% stating that they would recommend the University’s academic programs to their friends.

Amridge students enrolled in the Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical Studies program are serving in church ministry—80% of the enrolled students are in full-time ministry.

Amridge is licensed to physically teach in the states of Alabama, Arizona, Tennessee, Idaho, Montana and Utah.

Amridge has a foundation that through the leadership of the Board of Regents aggressively seeks private and corporate funding for the benefit of the university and its students.

Amridge is dedicated to providing programs to foster student development. The Office of Student Affairs provides services to promote student development, diversity and career services.