What Is Herbert W. Armstrong College?
Herbert W. Armstrong College was established in 2001 as a privately supported co-educational institution offering courses in theology, liberal arts, and applied arts and sciences. The college is patterned after Ambassador College established by the late Herbert W. Armstrong, which was closed after his death. In addition to theology, its curriculum includes history, literature, language, social sciences, natural sciences, mathematics, music and physical education. The college continually supplies student volunteers to excavations in Jerusalem under Dr. Eilat Mazar. Armstrong College is located on a 171 acre campus just north of Oklahoma City. For more information about the college call 1-405-285-6000 or visit www.hwacollege.org.