Upper east Adventist school was set up by Pr. O.W Lange in 1941 at the present area. It was then called the Assam Training School. It was initiated in 1942 by Sir Robert Reid, the Governor of Assam. At the point when Meghalaya accomplished statehood in 1972, the name was changed to Adventist Training School (ATS). It served the individuals of East India and Northeast for a long time as a Secondary School until it got moved up to a Higher Secondary School in 1997, perceived by the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE). In 1999 this foundation was associated toward the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU).
The Mission of Northeast Adventist College is
|Institute Type||Private College|
|Name of the Institute||Northeast Adventist College - NAC|
|Location||Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya|
|Affiliated||North Eastern Hill University - NEHU|