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All who are contemplating admission to the college should submit an application.  

College applications are available here and seminary applications are available here, or through the Admissions Office.

Audit applications are available here.

The following items are required:

  • Completed college application form answering all applicable questions in full.
  • A non-refundable application fee of $25.
  • A recent photograph of the applicant (and spouse, if married).
  • If married or engaged, a completed Spouse Reference Form.
  • Distribute four personal reference forms and have them mailed directly to the college:
    • Pastor/Elder
    • Church leader
    • Academic Instructor
    • Employer
    • If the applicant does not have access to one of these four categories of references, substitutions can be approved by the Admissions Office.
  • Official high school transcript showing that diploma was conferred or evidence of GED. GPA must be included.  It should be sent directly from the institution to the college Admissions Office.
  • A personal interview may be arranged with the Dean or designated representative. If married, an interview with the applicant's spouse may be requested.

A decision for admission will not take place until all required documents have been received.   Once everything is received, a decision will be made as soon as possible, and the applicant will be notified and will receive a registration and information packet.

Non-Degree Students

Students who are not intending to complete a program or who have not been officially admitted to a degree program are classified as non-degree students.  Enrollment as a non-degree student is permitted for no more than 12 credit hours for two semesters (a total of 24 credit hours).  Permission to enroll for an additional 12 credit hours must be requested by the student and approved by the Dean.


At the beginning of each semester, orientation is held for incoming students.  Attendance is required.  An unexcused absence may require postponement of matriculation until the following semester.  Orientation sessions are critical for adequate matriculation into the college and include introductions, tours, various student instructions, an opportunity to get to know fellow incoming students, and an evening for new students and their spouses to meet the faculty in a social setting.

Accommodation For Disabled Students

Admitted students with identifiable physical/learning handicaps must make those known to the college administration, and the administration will likewise make every reasonable accommodation.