Rosedale Bible College
About Our College
RBC began in 1952 near the town of Berlin, Ohio, as a six-week Bible school that met in a local Mennonite church. The school was founded to equip students to grow spiritually and academically to serve effectively in the church and society. In 1964 the college moved to its present campus and became known as Rosedale Bible Institute. The ensuing years saw growth in both course offerings and length of the school year. In conjunction with accreditation and degree granting privileges recognized by the Ohio Board of Regents, the institution changed its name in 2001 to Rosedale Bible College.