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1964

AFLC founds Free Lutheran Seminary out of a desire to train and equip their own pastors.

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1966

Free Lutheran Bible College is added as a 2-year program to establish young people in the Word of God.

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Trigve Dahl Hall is built to house the growing student body and expand offices for staff.

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A second dorm is built to accommodate continued growth.

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2004

FLBCS grows beyond the capacity of its facilities and builds Heritage Hall, which houses classrooms, offices, dining hall, and music department.

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2018

FLBCS becomes a member of the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS)

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2020

FLBCS temporarily goes online in order to continue offering classes throughout the COVID pandemic.

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2021

FLBCS reaffirmed the value of in-person Bible education and welcomes students back to campus.

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2021

A Student Life Center is built, opening up the ministry of the school to greater support athletic programs, student fellowship, ministry events, and further learning opportunities.

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