Victory Bible College is committed to giving your child an excellent experience, academically, spiritually and practically.
Our staff and faculty are highly qualified to teach your students. Victory Bible College is an applicant for accreditation through ABHE.
Can my student work while attending VBC?
Yes! Classes are held from 8am-12:20pm Monday through Friday, this enables students the ability to still work while they attend VBC. We are also proud to say that many local Tulsa business frequently request VBC students to employee! Should your student need help finding a job they can speak with the student life director to see what is available.
is VBC Accredited?
Yes! VBC is nationally accredited with the Association of Independent Christian Colleges and Seminaries.
is there a GPA Requirement?
Students attending VBC are required to maintain an academic GPA of 2.0.
How large are classes at VBC?
Classes range in size based on program of study but anywhere from 50-100
How is my student set up for success?
Each program is designed with your student's success in mind. Faculty and staff are always willing to meet one-on-one with your student outside of classroom hours. If your student should need emotional and or spiritual support, they can receive this through Victory Connect Groups or Victory’s Pastoral Team.
What is Dual Enrollment?
Dual enrollment is for students who wish to work towards their bachelors degree while at VBC. Students can dual enroll with either Oklahoma Wesleyan University or Oral Roberts University.
It is the objective of Victory Bible College to provide students, staff, and guests an environment that is as safe as possible during day-to-day operations. Students are given personal identification cards that are to be worn on campus at all times.
Security guards are stationed on campus to ensure the safety of our students while in their dorm, at school or school.
What Safety measures are in place at housing?
Student housing is in close proximity to Victory Church and is gated at all times.Entry to student apartments requires a passcode and key card. Students are also required to abide by curfew limitations enforced by RA’s. For added peace of mind, Victory Security patrol housing at all times.
Will my student have to drive a lot?
VBC’s main campus is only a three min drive (0.9 miles) from housing and Victory’s main campus. Should your student need a ride there is a Victory shuttle that transports students back and forth to school at no additional cost.
Is there a security officer on campus during all house that the campus is open?
Yes. Victory takes safely very seriously. All victory campuses are patrolled by armed victory security officers. This includes all church services, while school is in session, housing and any special Victory events.
Is there a nurse in case of injury or emergency?
No. However students have access to the Victory Dream Center Medial Office should they need medial attention. There are also urgent care centers located all over the Tulsa metro area.
Does VBc offer any kind of meal plan?
On campus there is a student cafe that offers students breakfast and lunch items during school hours. If students live in housing, their apartment comes with a fully furnish kitchen, it is their responsibility to buy and prepare food.
What type of support system on camps is there for new students?
Ambassadors and RA's reach out to new students as soon as they arrive on campus. Students are placed in a small groups and staff is very involved in welcoming new students to VBC!
Can students stay in apartments over breaks?
Yes! As long as their lease term has not ended.
Are parents invited to College Weekends and College Visits?
Yes! We want you to experience VBC with your student.
Does my student have to become a member of Victory Christian Center in order to be accepted to VBC?
No, however, every student must be actively serving and participating in the life of a local church. If they do not choose to attend Victory, they will still have to bodily attend and serve at a church of their choice. We strongly encourage our students to attend Victory as much of their classes have real life application in the ministries of Victory! The most important thing to us is that your student is planted in the local church!
What does community look like at VBC?
At victory we often say that we are more than a crowd, rather we are a family. We encourage our students to know each other through a variety of student life events, small groups, and extra-curricular activities.
What help is available if my student is in need of spiritual counsel?
Students have RA’s, Small Group Leaders, instructors, and Pastoral Staff that they can reach out to.
What if my student does not have a vehicle?
No problem! They have three options. 1. They can walk, Everything they would have need of is within a 10 minute walking distance. 2. Take the Victory shuttle. 3. Hitch a ride with a fellow student.
What if my son or daughter experiences roommate problems?
Resident Assistants are the first point of contact during conflict within student housing.