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Undergraduate students registered for 12 or more credits are considered full-time. Graduate and Professional students are considered full-time when registered for 9 or more credits.



Undergraduate students registered for 6-11 credits are considered half-time. Graduate and Professional students are considered half-time when registered for 4.5 to 8.5 credits.



Regular and punctual attendance is conducive to improved learning and smooth class operation. It also assists teachers in the steady and successful teaching of the curriculum. Good attendance, in Chapel services as well, is a requirement for graduation. Poor attendance may affect your grade. Students missing more than three classes may be automatically given a failing grade for the course, unless, under adverse circumstances, arrangements have been made with the teacher or registrar.



Students are permitted to take make-up exams or redo unsatisfactory papers if the instructor agrees that it is permissible according to each situation. Extensions of time for class and dissertation papers must be requested of the instructor in writing before the end of a term. After that, students will have at least two months to complete the work before the "I" (incomplete) becomes an "F" on the permanent record.



The majority of the textbooks can be purchased at The Bible Church of Christ Christian Bookstore (open Wednesdays through Fridays from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Tuesdays open from 12:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.) If a particular book cannot be found in the bookstore upon registration or during the course of the year, you may place an order with the bookstore through the registrar.



Students desiring to change a class should do so before the third night of classes. This also should be done in writing and submitted to the Registrar's office. There may be a fee for any late class changes. Withdrawals are permitted at any time during the year provided the Registrar's office is notified at least one week in advance. Students will be charged for the complete course for withdrawals 1 month after registration. We reserve the right to cancel any class when there is insufficient space or enrollment or teaching staff. Failure to attend classes does not constitute official withdrawal. For students who pay their tuition in full, an official student request for withdrawal for BCCTI will be honored and refunds made according to the following:


Students can receive bachelor's degree programs for both full- and part-time students.


Our graduate programs include master's and joint degrees, as well as specialized certifications. 



Your education is a major investment in yourself and in your future. At The Bible Church of Christ Theological Institute, we invest in you, too, because your success is our success. Grants are based on students' financial needs and overall strength as applicants and are awarded as supplements to students' financial assistance packages. Academic scholarships reward academic achievement. Recipients typically represent students with the highest GPAs and test scores. For students who apply and qualify for need-based financial assistance, the academic scholarship becomes part of their financial assistance package. Whether you're a first-time applicant, a transfer student, or a graduate/professional student, our experienced financial aid officers may review tuition fees with you and assist in creating your financial aid package. Once your application is complete, your admissions counselor will inform you of your eligibility for any financial aid available (grants, scholarships, outside aid, etc.). Most grants and scholarships require that the student be full-time (20 credits per semester).



The Bible Church of Christ Theological Institute is an environment that is as conducive to personal connection as it is to higher learning. Our diverse community of undergraduate and graduate students makes the most of  The Bible Church of Christ Theological Institutes' experience by participating in student organizations, volunteer initiatives, spiritual opportunities, and campus activities unique. The Hub for Spiritual Life engages the Pepperdine community in vibrant and consistent experiences of worship and spiritual care.



·   A resume highlighting professional and volunteer experience

·   Transcripts

·   Personal statement of commitment to your community

·   Reference letter

·   Reliable internet connection



Registration by mail is possible if you send in an application form with a partial payment of at least 10% of the specific class contribution tuition (certified check or money order please) payable to The Bible Church of Christ, Inc. This should be done at least two weeks before classes begin. Within the week, before classes start, you should appear at the Registrar's Office to verify and validate your application. Our mailing address is: The Bible Church of Christ Theological Institute 1358 Morris Ave Bronx NY 10456 Attention: BCCTI Registrar.



Pre Registration takes place on August 22nd - 30th (can be completed by submission of online application). On-site registration takes place during the fall of the year (August 30th - September 3rd from 7:00 am to 9:30 pm) at 1358 Morris Ave Bronx NY 10456.  You may also register in the evening when classes begin (Tuesday from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm. 


1. Open and complete the registration application.

2. Once received student will be scheduled for an interview to discuss: program/degree options, tuition fees, payment plans, financial aid, etc.


ADMISSION APPLICATION (Printable / Download)



*Student Handbook and other forms are available after completion of registration and enrollment.

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