Covid-19 Prevention Plan
The primary activities of non-working CCBC graduates include further education (28%), raising children/caring for family (54%), and volunteering with a church or Christian organization (46%).
* The term “recent” on this page refers to data on graduates from the years 2014-2017.
Note: The results reported above are based on an online survey of CCBC graduates conducted April 16th–24th, 2018. Out of approximately 3,700 CCBC graduates, 699 graduates participated in the online survey, with a completion rate of 87%.
Representative List of Institutions to which CCBC graduates transferred or entered into degree programs
- Azusa Pacific University
- California Baptist University
- Gateway Seminary
- Grand Canyon University
- Liberty University
- Veritas International University
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
Calvary Chapel Bible College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Under our Consumer Information, we need to list our retention rates:
The following retention rates are from the past four years (2018–2021):
Our average retention over the past four year period (2018-2021) for first time, new traditional students is 35.63%.
Our average retention, over the past two years (2020-2021), for first, time new non-traditional students is 17%.
Please find the annual retention data below for years 2018–2021:
In fall 2020, 47 first time, new traditional students joined our on–campus programs and 32% (15 students) returned in fall 2021.
34 first time, non-traditional students joined our Online Learning program and 18% (6) first time, new non-traditional students returned fall 2021.
In fall 2019, 131 first time, new traditional students joined our on–campus program and 29% (38 students) returned in fall 2020.
68 first time, non-traditional students joined our Online Learning program and 16% (11 students) returned in fall 2020.
In fall 2018, 285 first time, new traditional students joined our on–campus program and 38% (95) students returned in fall 2019.
There is no reported non-traditional student data for 2019.
In fall 2017, 266 first time, new traditional students joined our on–campus program and 43.5% (116) students returned in fall 2018.
There is no reported non-traditional student data for 2018.