Acadia Divinity College

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Acadia Divinity College (ADC) is a seminary of the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches and is located on the campus of Acadia University in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. The College operates as the Faculty of Theology at Acadia University and is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada.

ADC shares facilities with Acadia University; the college's library is part of the university's 800,000 volume Vaughan Memorial Library collection. Also hosted at Acadia University are the Esther Clark Wright Archives, which includes an extensive collection of material relating to the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches.



Acadia Divinity College was established in 1968 after the Board of Governors of Acadia University voted to reduce the role of the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches in the governance of the university, thus effectively making Acadia a secular school. The establishment of Acadia Divinity College was one of the concessions the Board of Governors made to the Convention.[1]


ADC offers the Master of Divinity (MDiv) with majors in Pastoral Office, and Youth Ministry, Master of Arts (Theology) (MA(Th)) in Biblical Studies, Church History, and Theology, and the Doctor of Ministry degree. The Bachelor of Theology is a degree for students 35 and older who have the approval of their denomination to pursue that degree for ordination. The Prison Ministry Diploma is also offered.

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