Admissions Information

If you are interested in attending Calvary Chapel Bible College , you must submit an application that includes three personal references along with a non-refundable application fee of $25. The application may be obtained through downloading it from our web-site

The Admissions decision is made by our Admissions Review Board on the basis of the following:

Spiritual Maturity – Information contained in the application is thoroughly evaluated. This includes the student’s Personal Life Profile, Spiritual Life Profile, and Statement of Faith.

Personal References – References from three sources, one of whom must be a pastor. We also ask that they be from people who have known the applicant for at least one year, and are not related by blood or marriage.

Academic Preparedness – Evidence of completion of high school or a G.E.D. Program. If the student does not provide this information before admission, he or she will be automatically enrolled in the Certificate of Completion Program, which cannot later be upgraded to a Degree Program. (The Certificate of Completion Program is intended for the non-high school graduate.)

Home Schooled Students – Home-schooled students who wish to pursue a degree will need to provide an official record of completion from their home school association.

Once all of the application material has been received by the college, the student is usually notified of a decision within a few weeks. Please submit your application one month prior to the semester start.

Registration – Students are to register in person during the scheduled registration days. Students will receive credit through the Office of the Registrar.

Student’s Records – Enrollees are advised that CCBC maintains school and student records for no longer than five years beyond the student’s final term of enrollment, with the exception of transcripts and academic records.

Students desiring to transfer credits from an evangelical Bible college or seminary in order to fulfill a portion of their CCBC elective requirements, should have Official Transcripts sent to the Admissions Office at CCBC along with a catalog containing the college’s Statement of Faith and the course descriptions.

Other students may wish to transfer to CCBC with general education. If the student has a completed Bachelor of Arts Degree, or an Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts, from an approved/accredited college or university with a grade of ‘C’ or better, he or she may pursue the Bachelor of Biblical Studies here at CCBC.

Students interested in transferring with an existing degree should have Official Transcripts and a copy of their Diploma sent to the Admissions Office at CCBC, with the request that a complete evaluation be performed. Evaluations are not automatically performed. If, as a result of the evaluation, the student falls short of the required course work, they can then take the necessary courses at a local community college concurrently.

Include as much information as possible in your correspondence. We welcome your inquiries and will return the information to you as quickly as possible.