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We were honored to be acknowledged recently by the American Cancer Society at their Great American Smoke Out Press Conference. A portion of the press conference included the recognition of Davis College because we received an “A” on the American Cancer Society’s Dean’s List Report due to our 100% tobacco free campus. In their remarks,

Davis College is excited to announce approval to offer completely online a four-year Bachelors degree.  This is in addition to the One-Year Bible Certificate, One-Year TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) Certificate, and Associates degrees currently being offered. Courses are available in Bible and Theology, Liberal Arts, and Professional Studies. The online courses mirror

Davis College’s 2015 Scholarship Reception will take place on Thursday October 22nd at the Doubletree Hotel in Binghamton. The evening begins with hors d’voures and beverages at 6:30. Current students will be giving testimonials followed by keynote speaker Grace Fabian, class of 1959. The evening concludes with coffee, tea and desserts. Your presence and pledge

Davis Days 2015 Davis Days 2015: Celebrating Our Heritage is only a few weeks away. From October 1st through October 3rd, the campus will be remembering the great men and women that have helped build this school through the years. The college is pleased to welcome back  as our keynote speakers Dr. Woodrow Kroll (Class


The Davis College Falcons men’s basketball team won their 3rd national title last weekend at the 11th Annual Bible College National Invitational Tournament (NIT 2015), hosted by Dayspring Bible College in Lake Zurich, Illinois. Team member Mark Riches (from Melbourne, Australia) was named tournament MVP as he averaged 18.6 points per game, including 22 points

Now Introducing: FLEX – Financial Liberty Exercised! Davis College is excited to announce the launch of our new FLEX (Financial Liberty Exercised) program that will be offered to all incoming freshmen, beginning with Fall 2014 enrollment. This new FLEX program provides a safety net for students – freeing them to pursue their chosen career without