COLORADO – On October 8, Dr. Christopher Cone announced Rocky Mountain Bible College and Seminary’s plans to rebrand as Colorado University. The move reflects a desire to continue emphasizing the centrality of the Bible in RMBC’s education programs and maximizes the opportunities for students and alumni. The rebrand also positions RMBC as committed to a high level of quality and interdisciplinarity in its academic programs. The name change will be effective immediately, and Colorado Biblical University will prepare for a full launch in January. Colorado Biblical University will offer enhanced programs in Early College for high-school students to earn dual credit, Associates and Bachelors degrees in Biblical Education (A.B.E and B.B.E) at 30 and 60 credit hours, respectively, a 30-hour Masters degree in Biblical Education (M.B.E), a 60 hour Masters degree in Biblical Counseling (M.B.C), and a 54-hour Doctor of Education in Biblical Education (Ed.D). CBU will begin enrolling students in January.
CBU’s logo includes pages of a Bible framed in purple, reminding of the royalty of Jesus Christ, and CBU’s focus on His kingdom. The color purple was also chosen for its traditional place in Rocky Mountain Bible College’s logo.