7 reasons to choose PRBC

Por que venir al CUB?Parents, here are some reasons to prayerfully consider sending your son or daughter to PRBC:

PRBC has a family atmosphere: Your student will not just be one of many, but an important part of a unique family. Whether your student was home schooled or went to a large high school, he or she will feel at home here.

PRBC strives for academic excellence: As a member of the American Association of Christian Colleges and Seminaries, PRBC is committed to meeting the same high academic standards as the other institutions in this association. For that reason PRBC credits are accepted at more than 14 Christian Colleges and Universities. PRBC graduates have gone on to pursue post-graduate studies at some of these institutions.

PRBC has a small student-to-teacher ratio: Your student will receive individual attention from caring faculty and staff members whose desire is to see your son or daughter become more like Christ and develop his or her talents for the Lord’s service. Small classes will insure that your student will be able to ask questions, actively participate in classes, and get any individual help needed.

PRBC is Economical:  Because we are a ministry, the cost of room, board and tuition is at a fraction of the cost of most stateside Christian Colleges. Your student will also have the opportunity to work on campus a few hours a week to help pay his or her school bill.

PRBC is local-church oriented: Students are assigned to a variety of ministries in 15 local churches around the island.

PRBC is missions minded: It is located on the mission field and many of the classes are taught by qualified missionaries. There are weekly prayer meetings for missionaries and a full week dedicated to missions. Reaching out to others with the Gospel is the heartbeat of PRBC.

PRBC is bilingual and multicultural: Your student will enjoy the fellowship and friendship of students from about nine different countries.  He or she will have the opportunity to learn either English or Spanish. Many students have graduated completely bilingual even though they spoke only one language when they arrived.