"Blue Mountain College was founded in 1873 by Brigadier General Mark Perrin Lowrey. The 140+ year old co-educational institution has a stellar history of educating young women and men. The distinctive atmosphere of Blue Mountain College is attributable to a blending of several factors: the college's sense of its mission as a Christian and specifically a Baptist institution, the traditions created by a distinguished founding family and Christian educators, a careful balancing of liberal arts and vocational studies, a special kind of student life with a system of student government and honor uniquely available in a small Christian liberal arts college, and a family-like environment where students, faculty, and administrators genuinely believe in the worth of the individual" (Source: https://bmc.edu/bmc-history). The student to faculty ratio is 17 to 1 and the total undergraduate enrollment is 925 students. The college offers 24 undergraduate degrees.
Blue Mountain College has not taken any actions with respect to the anti-racism movement. Blue Mountain College does, however, teach a course on diversity and multiculturalism. No mandatory Critical Race Training is required of students.