About Hyles-Anderson College
Hyles-Anderson College is a Bible college located in Crown Point, Indiana and is operated as a ministry of the First Baptist Church of Hammond, Indiana. The college was founded in 1972 under the direction and leadership of Dr. Jack Hyles and Dr. Russell Anderson. Since 1972, we have been training pastors, evangelists, missionaries, musicians, Christian school teachers, and church leaders to reach the world with the message of the Gospel. With over 8,400 graduates serving the Lord in 55 foreign countries, all 50 states, and in over 1800 US cities, Hyles-Anderson College has become an international ministry that has helped reach millions for Christ.
The primary goal of Hyles-Anderson College is to produce well-rounded servant leaders who will do great works for God. Students are challenged to grow deeper in their relationship with Christ through regular chapel services and Bible classes. They are given the opportunity to serve through a wide variety of outreach opportunities ranging from teaching small children to ministering in local nursing homes, within a local church setting. Students also enjoy an exciting social life and create friendships that will last a lifetime.
Our college has a rich heritage and a proven record of training many of today’s most effective Christian leaders, but we are not content to rest on the merits of yesterday. The successes of our past have laid a firm foundation for the effectiveness of our future as we strive to teach, train, reach, and impact the next generation to do “greater works than these.”