At a Glance

Where Bible Education and Missions Are One

Ethnos360 Bible Institute is a two year Bible Institute located in Waukesha, Wisconsin. You will receive a solid Bible education with a unique focus of cross-cultural missions.

Who We Are

The purpose of Ethnos360 Bible Institute is to establish believers in the foundational truths of the Bible with an emphasis on church planting among people groups without the gospel.

Ultimately, we are about three things: the Bible, missions and discipleship.

New Name. Same Vision.

Founded in 1955 as New Tribes Bible Institute, we are a part of a mission organization which recently changed its name from New Tribes Mission to Ethnos360. We have decided to change our name to Ethnos360 Bible Institute in alignment.

While our name may have changed, our vision hasn’t. You can also find out more about why New Tribes Mission changed it’s name.

– Quick Facts –

Bible Program: You will study through the entire Bible in two years chronologically, beginning in Genesis and ending in Revelation.

Affordable: Each semester costs just $4,500 — this includes food, tuition and housing. We don’t want debt to hinder your life and ministry.

Established: In 1955, we had a first class of ten students in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For more than 60 years, we have been training missionaries and ministry leaders.

Enrollment: We have about 250 students on campus. The small size and common purpose mean it’s easy for you to develop deep personal relationships.

Location: We are currently in the process of combining both of our campuses, and all future students will attend our campus in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Missions Focus: Ethnos360 Bible Institute is part of the church planting organization, Ethnos360. Our faculty and staff believe in Ethnos360’s vision of a thriving church for every people.

Faculty: A 3:1 student to staff ratio allows personal discipleship to take place. All staff raise their own support to work at Ethnos360 Bible Institute and are missionaries with Ethnos360.

Intramural Sports: We have a variety of sports throughout the semester ranging from volleyball to soccer. Sports here are competitive but never overly serious.

Philosophy of Ministry

Want more information about how we approach ministry here? Listen to Scot Keen, one of our Academic Deans, discuss Ethnos360 Bible Institute’s philosophy of ministry.