Admission to all degree programs is open to men and women who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent from a recognized school, and who also demonstrate evidence of being born again, are yielded to the will of God, and are endowed with the necessary spiritual gifts.
Applicants are considered without regard to gender, national origin, or handicap. However, the school reserves the right to refuse admission to any individual who does not profess a belief or desire to believe in the Christian Faith.
In requiring a high school diploma for undergraduate work, the school recognizes the importance of a broad education as a foundation for specialized theological study. Adequate attention should be devoted to English grammar and composition, literature, speech, logic, and history, whether undergraduate or graduate.
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Applicants for all courses of study must submit an application provided by the school, to the Registrar. In addition, the following are also required:
Applicants are evaluated on the basis of their college academic record, the extent and quality of their involvement in Christian service, their apparent gifts and promise for Christian ministry, and their references. Applications are evaluated when all required information is received by the Registrar.
For international students, we recommend study by correspondence or online courses.Correspondence and Online Courses
Other Admission Policies
Students who have withdrawn from Okanagan Bible College, and were in good academic standing at the time of withdrawal, must apply for readmission through the Registrar's Office. An application for readmission, an application fee, a letter of endorsement and references are required for readmission. Students are readmitted under the same academic standing as at the time they left Okanagan Bible College.
The same policy holds for those who have been dismissed from the school due to academic performance: they must submit a new application for readmission, and if approved, he or she will be readmitted under probationary status for one semester.
Individuals who want to learn more about the Word of God, but do not desire a degree may audit most courses. In addition, regularly admitted students may audit most courses with permission of the instructor and subject to availability of classroom space. Full-time students may audit courses free of tuition, but will not receive any credit. Audited courses are recorded on the transcripts of all students as "Audit."
Okanagan Bible College
and Canadian Graduate School of Ministry
2013 Fall Term