The vision of the University is to intentionally alert the world of the second coming of Jesus Christ by educating Christian servant-leaders from diverse backgrounds and languages who serve in church, organized and non-traditional ministry settings, while other graduates begin to see their circular work in the society as service to God worthy of being done diligently, knowing that the Master is coming soon.
Authorization to Award Degrees
South Carolina Secretary of State
Resurrection Power University of Theology and Technology is a Christian religious institution of higher education, declared as a body politic and corporate by the State of South Carolina, with all the rights, powers, privileges and immunities, and subject to all the limitations and liabilities, conferred by Chapter 31, Title 33, of South Carolina Code of Laws and Acts amendatory thereto.
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE)
RPUT is exempt from the oversight of the South Carolina Higher Education Commission, and is legally authorized to award diplomas, certificates, and degrees “with specific theological, biblical, divinity, or other religious designations”, that prepare graduates for service in ministry, and award degree. Federally speaking, RPUT is IRS recognized and listed as a religious institution with all the exempt rights and privileges.
Institutional Membership: ACCESS
Resurrection Power University of Theology and Technology is an institutional member of the Association of Christian Distance Education (ACCESS). The mission of ACCESS is to provide leadership in the field of Christian distance education through resources, online community development, and promotion of various forms of distance education.
Resurrection Power University of Theology (RPUT) is currently a Corresponding Institution with Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS). TRACS’s Accreditation manual states that a Corresponding Institution is one which has made initial contact with TRACS and is actively pursuing the process toward accreditation. Corresponding category, however, does not guarantee that an institution must ultimately be accredited by TRACS. TRACS is recognized as a national institutional accrediting agency by the U. S. Department of Education (USDE) and is a member of the U. S. Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
Although RPUT is vigorously pursuing accreditation, it is not yet accredited by any accreditation agency that is recognized by the USDE or CHEA. Prospective applicants are therefore advised to clear from their sponsors if they would accept a degree that is awarded by this University before they continue.