Face mask must be worn at all times while on BCBC campus.



The Certificated Program requires students to maintain a (C+) average (2.5) GPA or better in overall course work.  It is recommended that prospective teachers maintain a “B” average (3.0) GPA or better in overall course work.



Bethany Christian Bible College encourages and expects students to develop a spiritual awareness of ethical and moral issues.  Students are expected to live a life that is reflective of a firm commitment to Jesus Christ and the Word of God and be practitioners of Christian standards of behavior.  BCBC expects the evidence and manifestation of a mature Christian character in the classroom, the Church, and society.  BCBC reserves the right to exclude individuals who fail to adhere to the code of conduct.  “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 2:5).



Students’ dress at Bethany Christian Bible College should reflect high Christian standards of personal self-image so that each student may share in promoting a positive Christian atmosphere within the College and community.   “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 2:5).



Classes are held Monday through Thursday, 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm.



Students who fail to attend the first session of a class may be dropped. Students are allowed only two (2) absences per class each quarter.

  • WEEKS 1-5

During the first five weeks of the quarter, a student may drop a class by filing a “Change of Program Status” card.   No grade is assigned and the enrollment does not appear on the student’s permanent record.

  • WEEKS 6-10

A grade of “W” may be assigned up to the beginning of week eleven (11) for students who submit a “Change of Program” Status Card.  Class will appear on students permanent record with a “W.”

  • WEEK 11

Final Examinations—No drops or withdrawals are allowed during this week.



Refer to the quarterly master calendar for deadlines to withdraw.  A student must drop a class by submitting a “Change of Program Status” card in triplicate to the Registrar.



Students will receive a grade report upon completion of each class. A transcript of grades will be on file with the registrar.  A student who does not officially drop a course shall receive a grade of “Fail.”  A grade of “Inc.” (incomplete) may be given at the teacher’s discretion.  A “ Fail” grade will be issued if the incomplete is not satisfied by the end of the following quarter.



BCBC courses may be repeated for credit.  The previous course grade remains on the record, but only the highest earned letter grade will be computed in the grade point average.



The BCBC student body has been organized to assist the Christian Education administrative staff in planning classes and activities which will enhance the overall BCBC program for the common good of all students enrolled in the College.



The BCBC library is located in the Christian Education Office.  It is available to the student body and staff for studying, reading and research.  The library houses references, fiction and nonfiction books.  The collection also includes filmstrips, cassettes and other instructional materials.  The library is equipped and organized to meet the academic objectives of the College.  The reference collection and audio visual materials are for use on site.  Staff and students may borrow books on a limited loan basis.  Library hours are Monday through Friday, 4:00 to 7:00 PM.



The BCBC bookstore serves students and staff. Textbook and classroom supplies are available for purchase.  Personal checks are accepted.  Bookstore hours are Monday through Friday, 4:00 to 9:00 PM.



Student are responsible for the purchasing of your class textbooks via bookstore or online, except for core classes textbook. They are sold in the Christian Education office.



BCBC welcomes students who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and personal Savior and has a desire to (1) learn more about God’s Word and (2) elevate their personal and spiritual growth.  A maximum of ten (10) units of related courses may be transferred from another Bible-teaching institution.

          Classes taken more than seven (7) years prior will not be acceptedAfter successful

          completion of one (1) quarter of course work, new students should meet with an

          academic advisor to plan a course of study.



After successful completion of one (1) quarter of course work, students who have submitted an application for the Certificated Program will be notified of acceptance by mail.  Upon receipt of the acceptance letter, students should meet with an advisor to determine a course of study for completion of the Certificated Program.



BCBC is not responsible for the damage, loss or theft of any personal property



BCBC regrets that we are unable to provide childcare