Jacksonville, Texas is a relatively small city with a total population topping 14,500 as of 2010. Jacksonville located north of Rusk and south of Tyler in the rolling Hills of East Texas.
One of the main agricultural products in Jacksonville is tomatoes, which has gained the city the title “Tomato Capital of the World”. One of the city’s most popular annual events is the “Tomato Fest” celebration which takes place every June.
Notwithstanding its small population, Jacksonville has two private junior colleges, Lon Morris College and Jacksonville College, which also happen to be the only private junior colleges in the state. The city is also home to the Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary, an institution affiliated with Baptist Missionary Association of America.
Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary
1530 East Pine Street
Jacksonville, TX 75766
main phone: (903) 586-2501
admission fax: (903) 586-0378
Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary reports a total enrollment of 58+ students and offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s, Master’s and First Professional degrees and degree completion programs.