After carefully consulting the terms of admissions presented in this catalog, complete the application along with the other required forms.
Return the application and the other forms as soon as possible.
Have a transcript of high school credits sent to the College.
If you have completed work above the high school level, have these transcripts forwarded to Texas Bible College.
Following the steps listed below will enable us to give prompt and careful attention to your application.
Each applicant is considered for enrollment based on the following criteria:
Transfer students will apply using a regular application form and provide a transcript from their former school(s). Transcripts are to be mailed directly to the Registrar’s Office by the issuing school. Transcripts will be fully evaluated and credits given where applicable.
Applicants who meet these requirements will be admitted without regard to race, gender, or national origin. Our program is open to all qualified applicants.
Any student who has not met all of the requirements for acceptance to the college listed above may be admitted for enrollment on a two-week provisional basis until he or she has met all of the requirements.
After the two-week period, if any of the items are still missing from the student’s file, the College will review the student’s progress, attitude, financial status, class attendance, and behavior to determine if the student will be allowed to continue his studies for that semester.
Students should enroll during the scheduled registration period. Late registration will be permitted for two school weeks after the regular registration period. A late registration fee of $20.00 per class will be charged, and all absences during this period will be recorded on the student’s records.
Refunds on room and board will be made on a weekly basis according to the weeks remaining in the semester. Refunds will be mailed to a forwarding address left by the student within two weeks after withdrawal.
If a student withdraws from TBC during the first week of classes, 90% of tuition and refundable fees will be refunded. If a student withdraws during the second week of classes, 80% of tuition and refundable fees will be refunded. Refundable fees include activity fees, building use fees, yearbook fees, and banquet fees. After the second week of classes, no refunds for tuition or fees will be granted.
Should a student who received a scholarship withdraw before the enrollment period expires, the scholarship is forfeited. The account balance will be recalculated without the scholarship benefits to determine the refund. The student will be responsible for all charges on account.
No refund shall be made to an enrolled student for courses dropped or for courses from which the student was dropped for excessive absences.
The refund policy is in accordance with Texas Education Code Chapter 132 Section .061, in that veterans will be refunded an approximate pro rata share of the total charges for tuition, fees, or other charges.