Where to Begin

Congratulations on your decision to study the Word of God at CCBC. The first step to becoming a student is to apply for admission. Click on one of the following links to start the application process.

CCBC welcomes applicants who have made a faith commitment to Jesus Christ and desire to grow in their relationship with Him, developing their knowledge, character, and abilities for serving Christ in the world. Degree program applicants must be academically prepared for college-level work and demonstrate an ability to benefit from the educational programs of the College.

New Students

Students can apply year-round to take courses through the Online Learning department.  The application process includes the completed application, three references. Once all application materials have been received by the admission’s office, allow 3 weeks for the review process to be completed.

Inactive Students

Students who have previously been accepted to CCBC (Online or Main Campus), and have since been inactive for over twelve months, will be required to complete the reactivation process before taking courses. Students will need to submit a Redmittance Application and one new Pastoral Reference. Students who have been inactive for more than five years will need to complete the full application process. 

Class Registration

Distance Learning offers multiple enrollment periods: Fall 1, Fall 2, Spring 1, Spring 2, and Summer. In addition to these options, students may enroll in Legacy Courses with new start dates each month. Enrollment begins on the first of every month, and stay open for four months. Courses must be paid in full for enrollment to be finalized.

High School, SAT & ACT

Proof of high school completion or the equivalent is required for enrollment in degree programs. Students will be asked to submit a copy of their high school transcript during the admissions process. Those currently enrolled in high school must submit a teacher recommendation. Official SAT and ACT reports are welcomed but not required for admission to CCBC. CCBC’s SAT code is 5982. Our ACT code is 6428.

Calvary Chapel Bible College

ATTN: Admissions
39407 Murrieta Hot Springs Road
Murrieta, CA 92563

Students with Disabilities

This College abides by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 which stipulates that no qualified student will be denied the benefits of an education “solely by reason of a handicap.” If you have a documented disability which limits a major life activity that may have some impact on your work at CCBC and for which you may require accommodation, we ask that you discuss those needs with our Admissions department during the application process so that appropriate accommodations may be considered, planned, and—if possible—arranged.

International Students

English Proficiency 

All international students must demonstrate the ability to understand and speak English, as all instruction, reading, and coursework will be done in English. Applicants must pass the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The following minimum scores are required for acceptance at CCBC: 62- Internet based test. CCBC’s TOEFL Code is 4749. 

International Transcripts

Students who have completed secondary or postsecondary education outside of the United States and desire to pursue a degree must submit an evaluation of foreign credentials from an evaluating agency. Please allow ample time for processing. Any non-English documents must be accompanied by a certified English translation, including a course-by-course evaluation.

Transfer Policy

Students who have studied the Bible, Theology, Christian Living or General Studies at other institutions and wish to transfer credits to CCBC must have their official transcripts sent to CCBC for review by the Registrar. Courses will be examined individually and must be deemed identical or very similar in content to courses offered at CCBC in order to be considered for transfer.