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Welch College

United States
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About Welch College

Welch College, formerly the Free Will Baptist Bible College, is a private four-year college in Nashville, Tennessee, founded in 1942. It is one of several higher learning institutions associated with the National Association of Free Will Baptists.

Campus information

In lieu of the traditional Greek letter organizations, Welch sponsors student-led "societies" that serve a similar social networking function to the Greek system. There are currently four men's societies and four women's societies. Most students are required to participate in societies. They serve as some of the college's most visible student-led organizations.

Societies are kicked off with Rush Week at the beginning of the school year. Each day a society presents itself to the freshman class. Rush Week culminates in Rush Night, where each freshman chooses which society they would like to join. Once a student joins a society, they attend monthly meetings and can participate in society sports, service projects, and other on- and off-campus activities. Available societies are:

  • John Bunyan Society
  • Pi Gamma Chi Society
  • William Jennings Bryan Society
  • Alpha Chi Omega Society
  • Christina Rossetti Society
  • Charlotte Bronte Society
  • Louisa Mae Alcott Society
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning Society

Welch College is located on a 9-acre (36,000 m2) campus in Nashville, Tennessee, on West End Avenue near Interstate 440.


Welch College does not provide on-campus accommodation.


Courses available 10

Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Business, Management 1 English Language 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 6 Sports Science 1


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