Before you flame me, I have been through the archives and have read what most have said about them (from a mill, to a reputable school). I'm leaning towards them being closer to a mill, but after emailing them, here are the schools that they claim accept their credits... Lindowood University accepted bachelor’s degree St. Charles, MO Bob Jones University accepted credits for at least 1 student Bethel Seminary West San Diego, CA American Christian College and Seminary Oklahoma City, OK accs.edu Liberty University accepted bachelor’s degree for entrance to Master of Arts in Min Lynchburg, VA and Master of Divinity (a number of students have reported) I have several students’ acceptance letters for verification. This school accepts our degrees, but not individual credits. In December, 2007, a student reported being accepted in the doctorate program at Liberty with 90 credit hours at the graduate level from Andersonville Theological Seminary. Dallas Theological Seminary accepted credits for at least 1 student (reported by student, not verified) Trinity Theological Seminary Newburgh, IN accepted 9 hours toward the completion of a PhD Vision International accepted bachelor’s degree Ramona, CA required 30 credits of General Ed courses from secular college Lancaster Bible College Lancaster, PA accepted credits. Allowed student to complete general ed classes only by attending classes one day a week or totally online (student choice). This student was interested in a degree that would be recognized by the military for the chaplaincy. Lancaster meets the requirements for the Chaplain Candidate Program and is regionally accredited. My question is... Liberty?!? Has either Liberty's standards declined, or has Andersonville's standards increased for them to accept the BA from Andersonville?