Quick Facts

Fast Facts about Arlington Baptist University:

  • President – Dr. D.L. Moody
  • Founded – March 3, 1939
  • Programs Offered – 22
  • Enrollment – 265
  • Colors – Royal Blue & White
  • Mascot – Patriots 

Completion/Graduation Rates

Arlington Baptist University publishes a graduation rate/percent for first time, full time students (six year cohort) who completed their program within 150% of their entering year.

First-time / Full time students beginning:   2012 Cohort

Graduates:  2016 – 2018

GENDERRACEFINANCIAL AID
Male - 56%Caucasian - 67%Grants - 44%
Female - 44%Hispanic - 11%Loans - 77%
African American - 22%Neither - 22%
American Indian - 0%
Unreported - 0%

Click HERE to view the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Accountability 2017 Report for Arlington Baptist University.

Graduate Employment

Five-year rate/percent of graduates’ employment (2012-2017)

Total # of GraduatesTotal Employed% of Employed
School of Business 44100%
School of Education413585%
School of Interdisciplinary Studies592949%
School of Ministry532140%

College Effectiveness Highlights:

  • 100% of 2017-2018 graduates reported that ABU was effective in developing the students’ Bible knowledge.
  • Over 75% of the 2017-2018 graduates reported that ABU effectively increased their level of academic rigor.
  • 80% of Education Majors who took the state certification exam during the 2012-2013; 2013-2014; 2014-2015 academic years passed.
  • Women’s Basketball team – Division II National Champions:  2014-15; 2015-16; 2016-17; 2017-18
  • Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams – 2018 ACCA National Champions
  • Women’s Volleyball team – ACCA 2017 National Champions

Survey Results of 2018 Graduates

Over 90% of the graduates surveyed were satisfied with the quality of instruction and indicate that their program of study has helped them:

  • Develop a Christian world view,
  • Synthesize academic knowledge and Christian values,
  • Mature spiritually and intellectually,
  • Develop their Bible knowledge,
  • Be well prepared for a career in their program area.

At least 90% of those surveyed would recommend their specific program to others.