In order to apply for admissions to the Living Epistle Bible College, the prospective student should fill out completely the Application for Admissions Form and return it to the Living Epistle Bible College.
No student will be officially accepted for admissions until the College has in its file the following items:
1. The application form completely filled out and signed by the student.
2. The required application fee.
3. A Written profile (Autobiography) of the student.
To formally become a student at the Living Epistle Bible College the following steps must be completed:
1. A completed application must be obtained
2. The required application and registration fee $90.00 (non-refundable) must be paid.
3. Copies of all degrees certificates and academic studies must be presented for our records.
4. Complete autobiography must be submitted with application.
5. Any ministerial credits received, written in resume form.
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Applicants expecting to attend Living Bible College must have an interest in equipping themselves for the working of the ministry of the Holy Bible and for the Perfecting of the Saints of God. The Great Commission given us by Christ in the book of Matthew, the 28th chapter, verses 19 and 20 which read, (19) Go ye therefore and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of Father and the Son, and the Holy Ghost (20) Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I (Christ/God) have commanded.
Students entering Living Epistle Bible College must have (sealed) official transcripts showing copies of grades, certificates, diplomas, degrees, and advanced studies before they can be placed in advanced status placement is done only under the direction of the Official Board of Presidents. There may be, however, certain criteria to be met, before placement.
Transferrable grades must be “C” or above and maintain a 2.0 GPA or better. Official Assessment of each student is done on a one-on-one basis, with the President/Dr. Tyrone D. Hunter, before completion of enrollment.
STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT
Living Epistle Bible College seeks to provide an atmosphere conducive to the reverent study and to the development of strong Christian character. As a Church of God’s institution, the philosophy is based upon the Holy Scriptures. Therefore, it is one of the requirements of this said body of Christ, that all attendees come dressed in modest apparel to show a Godly moral respect for who and what a Christian should be representing.
“Then adorn yourself with glory and splendor, and clothe yourself in honor and majesty.”
The college believes that it shares responsibility for the intellectual, social, moral, and spiritual development of each student. Stealing, cheating, lying, use of tobacco, drinking of alcoholic beverages, use of illegal drugs, immorality, disrespect of school authorities, and commission or conviction of a criminal offense will not be tolerated. This institute does nottolerate or condone any sexual conduct or sexual contact.
Be prompt in getting to class. It is very important that you attend regularly, in order to remain in the Living Epistle Bible College and receive all the benefits of the program. Attendance will be a part of your grade.
NONE DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Living Epistle Bible College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, or gender. All are welcome to attend as long as their life exemplifies Christ.