A quality Baptist Bible College should include (my opinion, no particular order) 1. Commitment to the Word - every student with a 25-30 credit Bible core taught by good professors, heavy on doctrine and practical application, methods of interpretation, etc. Daily chapel and required church attendance 2. Commitment to the Church - every student involved in a local church ministry, perhaps shifting at least twice to different churches/ministries to get real internship and exposure to a variety 3. Commitment to Baptist heritage - every student required to understand Baptist history and church history, Baptist distinctives 4. Commitment to Academic core - solid required classes in philosophy, history, English, language, technology, the sciences/math. Fully accredited with the national key group (not secondary or no accreditation) and fully vetted for teacher-certification in the education program 5. Commitment to Fine Arts - lots of music, drama, performance teams 6. Commitment to Athletics - full sports program, including tackle football, wrestling, soccer, basketball, baseball, etc, for men and women 7. Commitment to real Campus life - lots of internal facilities, activities and programs to enhance daily life for students 8. Commitment to Ministry - training for pastors, missions, youth and all full-time vocational ministries, plus training for laymen to function well in the church setting 9. Commitment to Facilities - having good dormitories, state-of-the-art technology, library, dining commons, etc 10. Commitment to Future - growth oriented, hiring PhD quality professors, expanding programs, visionary President and Administration. Hope these make sense. Would like to see additions to this list or questions about items included. It is certainly NOT comprehensive!