In May of 2007, Dr. Jerry Tetreau became the Chancellor of IBC and David Brock became the third president of IBC. The combined vision of Dr. Singleton, Dr. Sproul, and Dr. Tetreau continued to expand under Dr. Brock’s leadership. In the fall of 2008, IBC added a third undergraduate major: the Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Church Music. In the fall of 2009, IBC began to use conferencing technology to teach classes simultaneously on campus and in other states. Two years later, IBC added sites in California, New Mexico, and Colorado.
IBCS expanded the college complex in the spring of 2011 by adding the Re:vive Student Center, the Heritage Chapel, the Stanley L. Bushey Administrative wing, and four classrooms. The Kay Downs Sproul Media Center, named in honor of TBC’s first librarian, was added to the complex and officially opened on May 6, 2012.