COVID-19 UPDATE:  Campus visits are currently being offered both 100% Online and In-Person! All In-Person visits must be scheduled in advance, and all visitors must follow our Covid-19 Protection Policies. (See Below)

Visit Campus

Kentucky Mountain Bible College is currently offering Real-Time Virtual and In-Person Campus Visits! We can provide you with a place to stay, good meals, fellowship, and a campus tour-at no charge! You will be able to worship in the Luce Chapel, sit in on classes, talk to students, and join in campus life.

We’re happy to host you anytime! To schedule a visit, please contact us
at 1-800-879-5622 ext. 130, use the Contact Form to the right, or schedule a meeting with an Admissions Counselor!


What to Expect on a Campus Visit:

When planning a visit, please allow at least two hours for your campus visit.

When you arrive, enter the Administration building (located on the right next to the Chapel) and go to the first office on your left, ask for David Lorimer.

You will receive your suggested schedule and other information.

A campus visit offers:

  • A 45 minute walking tour of the campus
  • Free food (all meals are served in Brengle Dinning Hall) and free lodging
  • The opportunity to sit in on some classes (if classes are in session) and chapel
  • Getting acquainted with many of our students, faculty, and staff
  • A meeting with the Chief Admissions Counselor.


  • A meeting with the Financial Aid Director to discuss options for funding college
  • A meeting with a member of the Administration and/or a Program Adviser
  • A meeting with the Registrar about classes
  • A meeting with the Business Manager about possible payments toward your school bill (by request)
  • A hike to see the beautiful surroundings of God’s creation
  • A driving tour of Jackson, Kentucky

Come See Us!

We are happy to discuss any questions or concerns you may have and help you start/continue the application process!

Free Application

When you visit campus, we’ll waive your $25 application fee!

KMBC guys typically wear collared shirts and slacks on a school day.

Note: The dress code is not required for guests.

KMBC girls wear nice tops and medium length skirts on a typical school day.

Again, the KMBC dress code is not required for guests.

Visiting Kentucky Mountain Bible College During COVID-19

  1. Before you travel:
    1. If you have an elevated temperature or any symptoms of COVID-19, please contact us to reschedule your visit.
    2. If you are coming from a state that has a 15% or higher positive testing rate, we ask that you postpone your visit, or have a current negative Covid test before arriving on campus.
    3. This list of states changes regularly and can be found at under the “Travel Advisory” heading. (about halfway down the page)
  2. When you first arrive:
    1. You must report to the Business office in the Paulo Administration Building upon your arrival. There you will be given a temperature check and a brief health screening. You will receive a visitor sticker indicating you have done your health screening.
      1. This must be repeated each day of your stay before interacting with any students, faculty, or staff.
      2. You must wear the sticker you are given in a visible area at all times.
  3. During your stay:
    1. Understand that you may not be able to access some buildings or areas of buildings due to COVID-19 restrictions.  Please talk with your visit host before entering any area other than the main floor of campus buildings.
    2. You must wear a mask whenever you are unable to maintain social distancing of 6 feet.
    3. Masks are provided in the business office if you do not have one.
    4. Overnight visits in the dormitories are not available at this time. We can provide overnight guest room accommodations for you and your family if needed.

Kentucky has a lot to offer!

While you’re here consider enjoying an excursion to your itinerary. Here are a few of the many highlights in the area.

Natural Bridge State Park

Slade, Kentucky

If you’ve never been to Eastern Kentucky, you’ll be amazed at God’s glorious creation! Kentucky has many beautiful parks including the famed Natural Bridge State Park and Red River Gorge.

Horse Capital of the World

Lexington, Kentucky

In addition to some fun shopping, Lexington offers a rich cultural and historical experience including the Ashland Henry Clay Estate, Aviation Museum, and of course the famed Kentucky Horse Park.

Historic Shaker Village

Harrodsburg, Kentucky

The historic Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is a landmark destination. Discover inspiring legacies, fresh-air adventures and spirited hospitality throughout the Shaker Village’s 3,000 acres.

Creation Museum

Near Cincinnati, Ohio

The Creation Museum and Ark Encounter by Answers in Genesis are located only two and a half hours north of KMBC in Petersburg, KY. If you haven’t already been, it’s certainly worth the trip!

We look forward to having you here to visit!

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