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ACCREDITATION

A. Authorizations:

Religious institutions that meet the requirements found in Section 1005.06(1)(f) of the Florida Statutes and Rule 6E-5.001 of the Florida Administrative Code are not under the jurisdiction or purview of the Commission for Independent Education and are not required to obtain a license.


The commission has granted us a letter confirming that we are an exempt religious institution and are not subject to government oversight.

B. Accreditations:

Accreditation Service for International School, Colleges & Universities (ASIC) is an independent organization that evaluates the quality of higher education internationally. ASIC aims to offer reliable and objective information to students and the education sector, through an accreditation system based on clear and well-defined criteria. By being accredited by ASIC, Revelation University demonstrates that it is a high-quality institution, with adequate resources, student support and professional ethics. Our international accreditation allows students to know the reality and prestige of our institution. On April 19, 2023, we received Accreditation as a PREMIER INSTITUTION, with an Accreditation Period from April 19, 2021 to April 18, 2025.

C. Certifications:

Our Baccalaureate program in Theology and Biblical Studies has quality certification from the Association for Hispanic Theological Education (AETH), an entity recognized by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), which guarantees compliance with the basic criteria for the development and operation of academic programs. The AETH certification has two objectives.

  • The first is to ensure that qualifying Bible colleges operate in accordance with institutional and educational quality levels.

  • The second objective of this certification is the academic and organizational advancement of the institutions and their educational programs.

This certification, granted on March 1, 2023, is the fruit of our commitment to providing a theological education of excellence that positively transforms the lives of people, churches and communities. The AETH is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and improvement of Hispanic theological education.

D. Authorization License:

The Board of Postsecondary Institutions (JIPs) under the Office of Registration and Licensing of Educational Institutions (ORLIE) of the Department of State, is the body in charge of administering public policy regarding the licensing criteria for postsecondary education in Puerto Rico, within the regulatory framework established by Reorganization Plan No. 6-2018 and Law 212-2018 (Law on Registration and Licensing of Educational Institutions). The JIPs has the power to issue licenses to all post-secondary education institutions in Puerto Rico. Revelation University is awaiting the response of this certification, which was submitted on December 30, 2023.

Academic Agreements: These are the institutions that accept credits from our university:

I. Grace Christian University:

This university, founded in 1939, has a mission to educate brave ambassadors of Christ who positively impact the world. Students who have completed their Bachelor's or Associate's degrees in Theology and Biblical Studies at Revelation University can continue their studies at Grace by transferring 60 credits from their program. In this way, Revelation University candidates will have the opportunity to be part of an accredited and quality academic community. They can choose from the following Bachelor's programs: Business, Leadership and Ministry, Psychology, and Human Services. These programs will equip them with the necessary skills to better serve their society and the workforce. This agreement was established in August 2023 and is the result of a strategic collaboration between the two universities.

II. Western Theological Seminary:

The recent agreement between Western Theological Seminary and Revelation University represents a significant advance in inter-institutional academic collaboration. Through this partnership, Revelation University students will have the opportunity to advance their theological education and apply up to 12 credits of their previous Bachelor of Theology and Biblical Studies studies toward a Master of Arts in Christian Studies at Western Theological Seminary. This agreement not only reflects both institutions' commitment to higher education, but also facilitates a more accessible and efficient path for those seeking to deepen their understanding and practice of the Christian faith. Western Theological Seminary is ATS accredited, so students can be assured of the quality and recognition of their advanced education.

II. ECHAM Theological University: 

Is an institution committed to contextual theological education for the Hispanic church, with the goal of training its leaders for ministry and community service. ECHAM offers various programs that include the study of Sacred Scriptures and ministerial practice. Through this agreement, REVELATION students can access these programs to enrich their theological education. Likewise, ECHAM students can take advantage of the programs offered by Revelation University according to their interests. Additionally, Bachelor's graduates from Revelation University, supported by ECHAM's agreement with Western Theological Seminary, can pursue postgraduate studies in Master of Arts and Doctorate in Ministry at WTS.

III. International Reciprocity Board for Therapeutic Professional Counselors (IRBO):

 

Founded in 2004, IRBO adopted international standards developed by IC&RC to assess a candidate's competence in Detection, Evaluation and Engagement, Counseling, Treatment Planning, Collaboration and Referral, and Professional Ethics. IRBO provides certification for qualified counselors in the field of counseling for alcohol and drugs.

IV. Chaplains of the International Federal Police, Inc:

Although the word "chaplain" does not appear in the Bible, the responsibilities associated with it are indeed found in the Scriptures.

The most important role of a chaplain is to provide religious services, spiritual guidance, and counseling to those in need. For instance, a chaplain working in a hospital or palliative care center offers spiritual counseling and guidance to patients, their families, and even the hospital staff.

Traditionally, a chaplain is a clergy member or lay representative of a religious tradition affiliated with a secular institution such as a hospital, prison, military unit, school, union, company, police department, fire department, university, or private institution. They often have a designated chapel or space for religious services.

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