Admission InformationCommunity Christian College welcomes students who can profit from the College's educational program, who are committed to learning, and who enjoy the prospect of learning within a community of Christian scholarship.
The College invites applications from the following:
- Students who have graduated from high school.
- Students who have earned a G.E.D. (General Education Development) Certificate.
- Students who have earned a High School Proficiency Examination Certificate.
- Home-schooled students who are ready to take college courses. Students who have served in the armed forces.
- Students who wish to transfer from another college or university.
Further, current high school students seeking dual or concurrent enrollment can register for courses.
The following are required to apply for admission:
- A completed application form accompanied by a nonrefundable $25.00 application fee.
- An official (sealed) transcript of high school records. A final high school transcript showing evidence of graduation is required if the student has attended high school.
- A copy of a GED or High School Proficiency Certificate, if applicable.
- An official transcript of all college records, if any.
- An admissions interview with an admissions or other College officer.
Students are encouraged, but not required, to submit a copy of any standardized test results [e.g., Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), American College Test (ACT), and/or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)]. Results may be included on the official high school transcript.
The College admits students on the basis of academic promise as perceived by the Admissions Committee after a careful evaluation and review of all of the above.
The strong inclination of the College's Admissions Policy is to admit students who meet the basic requirements and who are eager to join this community of Christian scholarship.
Admissions as a Part-Time Student:
Students are welcome to take courses on a part-time basis, either for credit or as auditors. The admissions process is the same as for those seeking full-time status. Enrollment priority is given to full-time students since the overriding considerations are the preservation of the integrity of instruction for each class.
The sequential curriculum and "off-hours" instructional times give the Associate of Arts degree program very practical advantages. Those individuals with work or family commitments, which make full-time study difficult, can pursue their general education on a halftime basis over four years. Subsequently, Bachelor's degree completion programs offered through area universities may provide a viable option to obtain the upper-division degree.
Admission of International Students:
- Effective December 1, 2004 as required by the United States Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service, all international students who apply to Community Christian College will need to qualify for a Certificate of Nonimmigrant Student Status (F-1).
- As part of the application process, all international students must take the TOEFL test to determine their level of English competency. This may be taken online and results are to be forwarded to Community Christian College. The College Code is 038744.
- Final acceptance of the student will be decided by the college admissions committee at the Sun Valley teaching site.
Community Christian College is open to all without regard to race, sex, ethnic background, color, or disability.