Arrow Leadership Minitries
Arrow Leadership Ministries is an international ministry devoted to helping leaders grow from the inside out through a journey of intentional leadership development. Acadia Divinity College partners with Arrow by welcoming Arrow graduates (who meet the normally expected admission criteria) as transfer students into the Doctor of Ministry program thus reducing the number of courses required for graduation.
Canadian Association For Spiritual Care (CASC)
Acadia Divinity College utilizes the resources of CASC in the training and preparation of chaplains.
Canadian Baptist Ministies (CBM)
Acadia Divinity College partners with CBM through the utilization of some CBM staff as adjunct instructors, sharing staff members in overseas settings, sharing in the Praxis short-term mission program for students, and in a variety of other ways.
Canadian Baptists Of Atlantic Canada (CBAC)
As the official seminary of the CBAC, Acadia Divinity College cooperates with the Convention in various ways, including the sharing of some staff, partnering in events and training for youth, youth leaders and others, and in resourcing the churches of the Convention.
Canadian Council Of Christian Charities (CCCC)
Acadia Divinity College is a certified member of CCCC.
Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC)
Acadia Divinity College is a member of CHEC.
Evangelical Fellowship Of Canada (EFC)
Acadia Divinity College is an affiliate of EFC.
Acadia Divinity College and Perspectives Canada cooperate in offering joint courses in missions in Halifax and other locations.
Royal Canadian Chaplain Service
Acadia Divinity College, through the Charles Taylor Centre for Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care trains women and men to serve with Canadian Armed Forces as Chaplains. Working with the Chaplain Service, we have seen many of our alumni go on to serve in significant ways through the Canadian Forces. To learn more, visit the Royal Canadian Chaplain Service’s website.
Willow Creek Association (WCA)
Acadia Divinity College and the WCA cooperate in offering a leadership course built around the annual Leadership Summit in Moncton and Halifax.
Acadia Divinity College supports the training of Christian leaders in other linguistic and cultural settings through academic partnership with theological colleges in Canada, Nigeria, and Hong Kong.
These institutions have been approved by the Senate of Acadia University after academic review. While these degrees are not approved by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS), they carry the accreditation of Acadia University who awards the degrees.
The schools with which we are closely linked include:
Faculté de Théologie Évangélique
Montréal, Quebec, Canada
The Baccalauréat en Théologie (BTh) degree from the Faculté has been awarded by Acadia University from its inception in 1980. In 1994, the Acadia University Senate approved the introduction of a Maîtrise en Théologie (MTh) degree. Subsequently, Acadia University has awarded the Maîtrise ès Arts (Théologie) degree and the Maîtrise en Divinité (MDiv) degree.
Christ International Divinity College (CINDICO)
Erinmo Ilesa, Osun State, Nigeria
In 1990, following an extended period of consultation and academic review, the Acadia University Senate agreed, on the recommendation of Acadia Divinity College, acting as the University’s Faculty of Theology, to affiliate the CINDICO. Acadia University awards Bachelor of Theology (BTh) and Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE) degrees to graduates of the College. The College is accountable to the University through the Dean of Theology, and is supported strongly by leading members of the Departments of Religious Studies in neighboring Nigerian universities. In 1994, the College’s affiliation was renewed. CINDICO was founded by Dr. S. K. Abiara.
Universal Gospel Divinity College (UNIDICO)
Ile-Ifé, Osun State, Nigeria
In 1994, following careful review by the Divinity College and University Senates, a second Nigerian College was affiliated with Acadia. UNIDICO is strongly supported by members of the Department of Religious Studies in neighbouring universities. It was founded by the first Provost of CINDICO, Dr. Michael Odelami, himself a graduate of Acadia University, and graduated its first class of Bachelor of Theology (BTh) and Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE) students in 1994.
Bethel Bible Seminary
This seminary, begun in Beijing, and for many years located in Hong Kong, has a strong reputation for its bachelor’s degrees in Theology and its program of Clinical Pastoral Education, with Dr. Fai Luk as its President. After careful review, the Seminary was affiliated in 1997, through Acadia Divinity College, to Acadia University for the award of Master of Divinity, Master of Arts (Theology), and Master of Theological Studies degrees.