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The school’s name was then changed to Southern California Bible College as the college continued to grow, receiving regional accreditation and eventually membership in the Western Association of Colleges and Schools.
By 1999, the college was granted university status and its current name was adopted.
More than 2,000 students are enrolled at Vanguard, including over 1,800 undergraduate students with an average student to faculty ratio of 15 to 1.
A selective University, Vanguard admits 68% of applicants and boasts an overall retention rate of 78% with an overall graduation rate of 56%.
It is our hope that those who may need to limit their school selection based on geography will be well-served by this ranking.
OBU has also been recognized as one of the best colleges and universities in the western United States by The Princeton Review among other national recognitions and accolades.Vanguard University is comprised of multiple academic departments, including: the Department of Anthropology and Sociology; Department of Biology; Department of Business & Management; Department of Chemistry; Department of Communication; Department of English; Department of History and Political Science; Department of Kinesiology; Department of Liberal Studies; Department of Mathematics; Department of Music; Department of Psychology; Department of Religion; and the Department of Theatre Arts.A four-year Bachelor of Arts or Science degree is available in 30 majors and concentrations in addition to a number of Adult Degree Completion programs and Graduate Study options.Vanguard University’s began in 1920 when the school was opened with the intention of preparing Christian workers for the various ministries of the church.Originally named the Southern California Bible School, by 1939 the institution was chartered by the State of California and was made eligible to grant degrees, becoming the first four-year institution of the Assemblies of God.
CUO offers these rankings not because any one area is superior to another, but that while not necessarily a top consideration in the decision, geography can often play a part in school selection.