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Academic Policies

We want to help you graduate fully prepared for service and leadership in the church and world. To help you achieve your potential and fulfill your passion, we have specific policies designed to help you maximize your academic experience.

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Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalogs

The Academic Catalogs, available for both undergraduate and graduate-seeking degree students, is the official set of rules and regulations by which degree assessment is measured. The academic course catalog provides you with the latest available information on programs, courses and requirements!

Review the Academic Catalogs

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Policy for the Return of Financial Aid Received Through Title IV Funds

Federal regulations require each educational institution of higher learning to have a written policy for the refund and repayment of aid received by students who withdraw from all classes during a term for which aid has been received. These policies are effective only if the student completely terminates enrollment (for example, the student voluntarily withdraws from all courses or is dismissed from all classes).

Review the Policy

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Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

The Satisfactory Academic Progress policy establishes guidelines to ensure all students complete their program of study within a maximum timeframe regardless of enrollment status (full-time, part-time, etc.).

Learn more about the SAP policy