|Campus setting||Contact the university / college|
|Living cost||USD 1,500 per month|
|Student population||Small (1,000 or less)|
|International students||Contact the university / college|
Alaska Bible College is located about 40 miles northeast of Anchorage in the heart of the Matanuska Valley. The town of Palmer is the gateway to Alaska’s interior, the last stop on the Glenn Highway before the vast wilderness of the Talkeetna Mountains and the Copper River Valley. Palmer is a historic farming community home to world record pumpkins and cabbages nurtured by the Midnight Sun of the Alaskan summer. The climate of Palmer is typical of coastal Alaska during the school year, ranging from 60 degrees above zero during the fall and spring to 20 degrees below zero for short periods in mid-winter.
As students prepare for ministry, it is important to learn how to live and function in a close Christian community. For single students, living in a group environment is an opportunity to grow in this area. Housing for single men and women is available through ABC. There are no coed residence halls.
Dorm students may have a roommate and share a community bathroom with other students. The rooms are furnished with beds, dressers, desks, and lamps. Students provide their own twin bed sheets, pillows, blankets, and spreads.
Students may stay in the dorm during break periods for an additional charge. Meals are not provided during breaks.
Dorm Housing requires a security deposit of $50 (refunded after passing a cleaning inspection).