By Mail: Click here to download Registration Forms
$60.00 per Unit (3 Units per Class = $180.00 per class)
$35.00 Registration Fee
$20.00 Application Fee (New Students. One time only)
$120.00 Audit Fee (per Class, plus Registration and Application Fees)
$10.00 Late Registration Fee
$35.00 Deferred Payment Plan Fee (add to total cost of tuition)
$80.00 Test-Out Exam
$75.00 Graduation Fee (One time only)
COST SUMMARY (New Students, add $20.00 application fee to cost)
$215.00 One Class
$395.00 Two Classes
$575.00 Three Classes
$755.00 Four Classes
DEFERRED PAYMENT SCHEDULE
50% of total tuition is due upon registration
25% of total tuition is due within 4 weeks
25% is due by the 3rd month in the semester.
Payments received after the third month will incur a $35.00 late fee.
None After Second Week
Withdrawals are incomplete and transcripts/grades will not be provided
until all financial accounts are settled.
The applicant must exemplify
a Christian lifestyle committed to fulfilling God's Word. There are many demands placed on those who minister. Thus, a pattern of righteous living is essential.
The applicant must possess
an educational background
that enables him or her to successfully perform at the college level.
A high school diploma
or G.E.D. is required for admission into degree programs.
Registration must be completed at the beginning of each semester. Students may not enter class without registering
for class. Continuing students are encouraged to pre-register on-site or by telephone during the Pre-registration dates.
Final and Late Registration
must be completed on-site.
New students may register
on-site during Pre-registration, Final, or Late Registration.
The College encourages all students to Pre-register to avoid a Late Registration fee or missing class sessions.
Students may not attend class until registration is completed
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A student may add a class to his or her schedule as late as the beginning of the third week of classes with the consent of the Academic Dean and with the approval of the Instructor.
It is the responsibility of the student, who adds a course(s) after the beginning of classes, to acquire the information covered prior to their entrance. The student should not expect the teacher to recover materials for late arrivals. This must be taken into consideration when making a decision to add a course.
A student may drop a class from his or her schedule as late as the fourth week of classes.
A student may drop a class, whether passing or failing that class. The Add/Drop Course Forms should be completed and bear the signatures of the student, the instructor, and the Dean.
A student may not simply stop attending classes to drop a course. In such cases, instructors are required to give an "F" as the final grade. The student is responsible
for all costs incurred as a result of failure to give proper notification of having dropped a course.
During the first three weeks, a student may drop a course without notation on however the permanent record will reflect "W" (Withdrawal). From the fourth week to the tenth week, a student may withdraw from a course by completing the appropriate add/drop form. After the tenth week, a student who withdraws from a course will receive an "F"
for that course on his permanent record (except in the case of health emergency or other extreme conditions).