Accreditation – Authorizations – Affiliations


We welcome you to the Accreditation information page of the Antioch School of Ministry (ASM), a school with the mission of providing Ministerial education, and theological training for anyone interested in obtaining a degree in ministry or Bible studies to further improve their calling and ministry.

The studies offered by Antioch School of Ministries (ASM), , are not in competition with the secular field of training or employment. ASM was established to train men and women of God and equip them with the tools necessary to be mature, productive and be part of the good functioning of the local body of Christ, the Church.

                                      Christian Union Theological Seminary, Inc.

Antioch School of Ministry is a ministry or branch of the Christian Union Theological Seminary, Inc. (STUCI), is a non-profit religious corporation chartered by the State of Massachusetts. STUCI seeks to provide educational courses and training at undergraduate and post graduate levels, to prepare students to enter into a variety of ministerial vocations, to offer spiritual, personal, intellectual, and professional components of a rigorous theological education essential for effective Christian witness and ministerial practice.

Transworld Accrediting Commission International. (TACI)

Because this school is a ministry or branch of the Christian Union Theological Seminary, Inc. Our school is legally and theologically accredited through the seminary by Transworld Accrediting Commission International. TACI is a professional, federally recognized, non-profit educational organization, whose philosophy is to demonstrate accountability to the consuming public for education obtained in non-traditional evangelical educational institutions. TACI provides consulting services that enable educational institutions to comply with accepted standards of performance.

                                     Christian Teacher Training Association (CTTA).

Antioch School of Ministry is a member of the Christian Teacher Training Association (CTTA). CTTA, It is a national association of churches, schools, colleges and seminaries, which support the training and certification of educators and Christian teachers, to advance the highest standards in Christian education. They offer seminars; share resources, and learn about the services and programs to help develop skills and become teachers and leaders of relevant ministries, to effectively serve the Lord in the local church, Bible schools and seminaries

All Grades programs, diplomas and certificates granted by ASM, are for the purpose of preparing students for ministerial vocations