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Piedmont International University is a recognized leader of Bible centered higher education
training students to find significance for effective ministry at a most affordable price.



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33% Students involved in ministry receive up to one third in scholarship.

96% of our students receive financial aid with over 1.1 million awarded.

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News & Annoucements

Southeastern Bible College to Merge with PIU

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John Wesley University to Merge with PIU

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Medina inks with Piedmont International

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This year's edition of our seminary's scholarly journal has been published
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In the Spotlight

Bring Accredited Seminary Training to Your Church

Piedmont's innovative e4-12 program allows you to get seminary training in and through your church.
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Alumni Spotlight

Russ & Judy Gordon | 2017 Lifetime Service Award

Russ and Judy Gordon—2017 William C. Haas Lifetime Service Awa...

This year's William C. Haas Lifetime Service Award was presented to Russ and Judy Gordon. Learn about their four decades of ministry in Brazil in this video. Photos from our 2017 Annual Conference will be posted next week.

Posted by Baptist Mid-Missions on Friday, July 14, 2017

Student in the Spotlight

Montana So | Hurricane Relief

Beth Ashburn

The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) made a call for assistance for disaster relief for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in the Houston area.  Volunteers have already set off for Houston followed by a truck full of supplies and clothing. Among the young volunteers headed to Houston is Montana So, an 18-year-old freshman at Piedmont International University.

“To be young and be on fire for God, it is important to not just express your passion for God on a microphone but also through feeding someone or helping someone rebuild what they lost,” said So.  “When people see you in action, they are inspired to be involved, and hopefully that’s what will happen here.”

You can read the story as featured in the Winston-Salem Chronicle here.