Arkansas Baptist College, established in 1884, is a private historically black liberal arts college at Little Rock, Arkansas. It has a campus at the west of the Mississippi river, consisting of approximately 1,000 students. The university has programs in religious studies, business administration, human services and criminal justice. It is also home to the African American Leadership Institute and was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1976. Louis Jordan, the 50s King of the Jukebox and Glenda Black, founder, editor & publisher of Good News Magazine went to school here. ABC integrates Christian-based values into education, leading to moral and spiritual development.