Most courses offered by the college are fully accredited. The college is accredited with the State Government of Queensland to teach the Australian College of Theology (ACT) degrees and diplomas. It is also linked with significant educational bodies in the interest of maintaining high academic standards.
The ACT was established in 1891 as an examining college for theological awards. During its long history, it has developed a wide range of undergraduate and post graduate awards in cooperation with its approved teaching institutions. Crossway College is approved to teach ACT awards from the lowest to the highest level. Crossway faculty members regularly contribute to the programs of the ACT as examiners and committee members. The principal of Crossway serves as a director on the ACT board. ACT degrees are approved by the New South Wales Higher Education Board as recognised courses in advanced education and by the Australian Council on Awards for Advanced Education. ACT awards are widely recognised by church and mission bodies.
The South Pacific Association of Evangelical Colleges, formed in 1969, is a fraternity of Bible and theological colleges in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. Membership standards cover such items as academic program, teaching faculty, administration, doctrinal basis, plant and facilities. Crossway College is a foundation member of SPAEC.
The Asia Theological Association was established in 1970. It is composed of theological educational institutions which are committed to evangelical faith and scholarship. It seeks to equip the people of God to fulfill the Great Commission within diverse Asian cultures. Crossway College has been a member of ATA since 2007.