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Jacksonville Theological Seminary

We give thanks to God always for you all, making mention of you in our prayers; remembering without ceasing your work of faith, & labor of love, and patience of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ...

- 1 Thessalonians 1:2-3

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Accreditation
Jacksonville Theological Seminary (JTS) is registered with the Commission for Independent Education of the Florida Department of Education as a Religious Institution, and therefore is exempt from Licensure by Florida State Statute.

JTS is a Comprehensive Accredited Member With Honor by Accrediting Commission International, Inc.   ACI is not affiliated with any governmental accrediting agency and is solely committed to Christian education.

JTS is also affiliated with the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC.)  As a result, JTS graduates have the opportunity to become members with AACC which has become the leading organization for professional, pastoral and lay counselors.

The purpose of Accreditation is to:

  1. certify that an institution has met established standards of excellence;
  2. assist prospective students in identifying reputable institutions which offer degree programs that will meet their needs and goals;
  3. allow institutions to evaluate the acceptability of transfer credits into their own curricula programs.


JTS Alumni
The fall of 1993 saw the birth of the Jacksonville Theological Seminary Alumni with thirty-five former students.  The first Alumni Banquet was held in 1997 during graduation weekend.  The Alumni helps with scholarships, especially for people incarcerated in state prisons and students in other nations. Today the JTS Alumni are touching people through the United States, and throughout the world with the Gospel message of Jesus Christ.  If you are a graduate of JTS or a former student, join JTS Alumni TODAY, and be part of what God is doing through our JTS family

DISCLOSURE POLICY
Credits and degrees earned from colleges in the State of Florida, which are authorized by the State Board of Independent Colleges and Universities, do not qualify the holder for a state teaching certification, nor do they qualify him or her to participate in professional licensing examinations. Any person interested in obtaining a state teaching certificate or practicing a regulated profession should contact the appropriate regulatory agency in the field of his interest.

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT
Transferability of credits earned at Jacksonville Theological Seminary and transferred to another institution is at the discretion of the receiving institution.