Probation and Termination

A student who does not maintain a grade-point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 (a “C” average) will be placed on academic probation for the next semester. If, at the end of the probation term, a student’s GPA is not raised to at least 2.0, the student will be dismissed due to lack of satisfactory academic progress. Students may appeal to the Administration for reinstatement. If reinstated, a student must raise their GPA to 2.0 within a semester in order to be removed from probationary status.

Attendance Policy

Semester Courses meet for ten 1-hour classes. Students may be absent for two classes without penalty. Three absences will lower the student’s grade by one letter. Four absences will result in failure of the course. Since no absences are considered excusable, it is important for students to save their provisional absences for unexpected sickness and emergencies.


With classes meeting for only one hour per week, it is imperative that students arrive on time to complete the educational objectives. Two tardies equal one absence.

If a student misses more than 60 minutes of a Saturday seminar, that student will be dropped from that course and tuition will be refunded.

Late Assignments

Mid-term exams turned in a week late will lower the grade of the project by one letter. Mid-term exams turned in two weeks past the due date will not be accepted.

Final exams and semester projects turned in beyond the due date will not be accepted. Teachers have a rigid schedule to turn semester grades in to the office for report cards and the official closing of the semester.


A student may drop a class without grading penalty if the withdrawal is made before the drop date. The drop date is the end of the fourth week of classes. The procedure for withdrawing from a class is as follows: Submit a letter to the instructor of the class requesting to drop. The letter must be signed by the teacher and then submitted to the College office for approval. The student will be notified if the request is approved.

Transfer Students

Calvary Christian College welcomes transfer students. If the transfer credits involve Bible courses, these may be matched to the specified required program, and a minimum of 60 credit hours would have to be taken from CCC to earn a Bachelor’s degree from CCC.  A maximum of 16 credit hours can be transferred into the Master’s program. Nothing can be transferred into the Masters or Doctoral program.


The transferability of credit earned at Calvary Christian College to other institutions is at the discretion of the receiving institution.

Life Experience Credits

Undergraduate students who qualify may be eligible for advanced standing through Life Experience Credit to a maximum of 24 semester hours of credit. A Life Experience Form will be attached to each application.

Church Involvement

Calvary Christian College will grant credit for each year of faithful involvement in a local church. This means the applicant attended services regularly, participated in group fellowship, supported the ministry prayerfully and financially, and carried out the values of the church in everyday life.

Training Conferences and Workshops

Calvary Christian College will grant credit for each substantive training seminar the applicant attended. Substantive involves a format of learning, a qualified instructor, quality instructional material, relevant subject, and sufficient hours of participation.

Ministry Experience

Calvary Christian College will grant credit for each year of participation in Christian ministry. This may involve ushering, youth work, missions, music ministry, children’s ministry, evangelism, etc.

Christian Library

Calvary Christian College will grant credit for every five substantial Christian books read. Substantial means that the content is biblical, the author is reputable, and the format covers a sufficient range within the given subject.

Graduation Requirements

Graduation ceremonies are held once a year on the third Friday night of September.  Students who have earned a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral Degree may participate.

To qualify for graduation, a student must—

* Gain the required number of semester hours with a passing grade on assignments.

* Pay all outstanding fees.

* Register for graduation during prior Summer.

* Pay graduation fee of $150.

* Have personal file completed with all necessary information.

Confidentiality of Student Records

Calvary Christian College protects the confidentiality of the education records of current and former students. At its discretion, CCC may provide directory information to include the following: student name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, major field of study, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, the most recent previous educational agency or institution attended by the student, and participation in officially recognized activities. Students may withhold directory information by notifying the registrar in writing within 2 weeks of the posting of the annual notice advising students of their rights. Upon visitation to the administrative offices of CCC, students are provided with the right to inspect and review the information contained in their records with the exception of the following: financial information submitted, confidential letters and recommendations associated with admissions, employment, job placement, or honors to which they have waived their rights of inspection and review, or education records containing information about more than one student, in which case the institution will permit access only to that part of the record that pertains to the inquiring student.

Notice of Non-Discriminatory Policy

Calvary Christian College admits students of any race, color, gender, or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We no not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.


A transcript contains all essential academic data such as the courses, grades, credits awarded, degree (with major), and graduation date.

The Official Transcript has the seal of Calvary Christian College, date, and an appropriate signature for students who have attended this institution. These are only issued directly to other institutions, colleges, or employers and are $5.00 each. Official Transcripts can only be released upon receipt of official letters of confirmation.

The Unofficial Transcript is an unofficial record of grades earned by the student at CCC. It is issued to the student and has the appropriate signature and is dated without the College seal. When all course work is completed, and all financial obligations are fulfilled, one Unofficial Transcript will be available at no charge. All subsequent Unofficial Transcripts are $2.00 each. Official or Unofficial Transcripts will not be issued for a student who has failed to meet all financial obligations to CCC.