Principal: Dr. Anthony Shelton
Anthony has been in Uganda for 12 years. He holds a B.S. in Physics from University of Texas at Arlington, a MaTh from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a PhD in Philosophical Theology from Princeton Seminary. He is currently a lecturer and administrator serving along with his family under the IMB Baptist Mission of Uganda.
Deputy Principal of Academic Affairs: Dr. Clive Jarvis
Clive is a graduate of London (BEd), Lancaster (MA) and Glasgow (PhD) Universities. His PhD research was on the ‘Revival in English Baptists during the 18th and 19th Centuries.’ He has been a Baptist Minister since 1985 serving as Senior Pastor in three churches. He has been visiting East Africa since 2005 and teaches Church History at UBS 5-6 terms each Academic Year.
Dean of Students: Mr Agustav Odonyo
Registrar: Mr. Moses Mulago
Director of Library Science: Mr. Robert Masareka
Deputy Principal of Finance and Administration: Mrs. Faye Cannady
Full – Time Faculty Lecturers
Dr. Jim Perkins
Adjunct part-time Lecturers
George Mbonyebyombi – Kisoro, Uganda
Abel Ssegirinya – Masaka, Uganda
Hillary Wafula – Busia, Uganda
Yokania Ndungo – Kasese, Uganda
Godfrey Wanyama – Kayungu, Uganda
Francis Esomu –
Jimmy Tar – Apac, Uganda
Bernard Mwangulu – Mombasa, Kenya
Godfrey Wanyekiro – Iganga, Uganda
David Ojambo – Jinja, Uganda
Andrew Muwanguzi – Jinja, Uganda
Daniel Isabirye – Jinja, Uganda
Dr. Vernon Sivage:
Vernon and Sandi Sivage lived in Rwanda and Uganda for almost 30 years. They joined the faculty of UBS in 1998 and also served with the Baptist Mission of Uganda, IMB. Vernon holds a B.S. from Texas Tech University, a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a D.Min from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He served in east Africa with the IMB since 1978. He retired from active missionary service in 2015.
Reverend Jack Frost:
Jack and Evelyn Frost served in eastern and southern Africa for almost 30 years. After completing his seminary training and pastoring a Baptist church, Jack answered a call to missions in Uganda. He was asked by the IMB Baptist Mission of Uganda to begin a seminary in Jinja in 1986. He has been serving at UBS since that time. He holds a B.S. from Ohio State University, and a M.Div from The Southern Baptist Seminary. He retired from active missionary service in 2015. Evelyn has served as a medical missionary with IMB for 32 years in Africa, beginning as a journeyman in Rhodesia, then as a career missionary in Tanzania, before coming to Uganda in 1986. The Frosts have two adult daughters in the U.S. who claim Ugandan as ‘home’.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas and Charlotte Abendroth: