Seminary Application Procedure & Policies
The Graduate Admissions Committee reviews completed applications and respective credentials. Applicants who meet the qualifications for acceptance (noted above) are granted admission to CCU. Applicants whose scholastic records show deficiencies (e.g., low GPA, class rank, etc.) may be granted Conditional Acceptance based on outstanding lifestyle and leadership qualifications.
Acceptance into CCU is valid for one year. Students who defer enrollment for more than two semesters after the term of acceptance will forfeit the admissions status and be required to reapply.
CCU has a rolling admission policy whereby candidates are notified of acceptance or rejection after all application documents have been received.
Students who do not enroll in courses for three or more consecutive semesters will be required to reapply to the university before enrolling for additional coursework.
To apply to a graduate program at CCU, the following must be completed:
Transferring Credits from Another Institution
Submit official transcripts from every college and graduate school from which courses have been attempted. To qualify as a transfer student, a minimum of 12 semester hours of coursework must be completed at a graduate institution that is accredited and recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education.
Submit (if requested by the Graduate Admissions Office) a reference letter from the Dean of Students or designate from the applicant’s former college(s). Transfer students must be in good standing at all previous institutions attended. Good standing must be demonstrated in areas including but not limited to academics, discipline, and finances. Previous academic probation, disciplinary probation, or outstanding financial obligations at prior colleges may negatively affect or preclude admission to CCU.
To be accepted into one of CCU’s Graduate Schools, for a specific semester, the following must be true:
Submitting Your Application
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