Central offers seven ministry-related degrees, which include: Bible, Christian Counseling, Christian Education, Christian Ministry, Cross-Cultural Ministry, Preaching Ministry, worship ministry, and Youth & Family Ministry. We also offer a variety of online degrees, liberal arts degrees, and certificates through partner institutions such as Indiana Wesleyan, Moberly Area Community College, and Hope International University. More information about these programs can be found at study/.

Academic Progress

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is the standard of measurement a school uses to ensure a student is successfully progressing through their degree requirements. There are two components of SAP, a Qualitative (Based on the Cumulative Grade Point Average - CGPA) and Quantitative (Based on the pace of progression to ensure completion of the degree within the maximum time frame).

Withdrawing from too many classes will have a negative impact on PACE and may lead to being suspended from Federal and institutional financial aid as well as Academic Suspension. Repeating a course may affect a student’s CGPA and/or PACE. For the CGPA, the higher grade will be used to figure the student’s CGAP. However, both classes will be used in the calculation to establish how a student is progressing through their degree program; in other words, their pace.

Deficiencies of SAP Students not making Satisfactory Academic Progress will be placed on Academic Alert, Academic Warning, Academic Suspension, or Academic Probation. For more information about these designations and SAP, please follow this link: Satisfactory Academic Progress.


Central complies with the provisions of Title III of Americans with Disabilities Act as a public accommodation and works to provide reasonable accommodation(s) to qualified persons. These accommodations follow the College’s ADA procedures regarding reasonable accommodations that do not constitute an undue burden or fundamental alteration for the College. A person with a disability is someone who has a physical or mental impairment, has a record of such impairment, and/ or is regarded as having such impairment. A student is considered a qualified student with a disability if he or she can meet all standards and perform all functions required for admission, participation, and continuation in Central’s programs and activities.

Central will make any appropriate and reasonable adjustments for students with disabilities to ensure accessibility to academic activities (courses and examinations) and non-academic activities (admissions and recruitment, admission to programs, academic adjustments, housing, financial assistance, and counseling). Students desiring help with a disability must notify the Academic Services Office of the disability, provide current and comprehensive documentation concerning the nature and extent of the disability, and articulate their needs for the disabilities service provided on campus. Complaints concerning disabilities can be presented to the Student Development Office. For more information, click on this link: Accommodations.

Student Identity Policy

In the world of online education, Central Christian College of the Bible must take appropriate steps to ensure the integrity of its online program against student identity fraud. Every student who registers in an online course or online program must be the same student who participates in and completes the course or the program and who receives the academic credit. The following measures are used to verify the identity of students from admittance through graduation.

Students of Central are expected to conduct themselves with complete honesty in regard to their personal identification information. Any dishonesty regarding this information is considered identity fraud and may result in immediate withholding of financial aid, immediate dismissal, (with no refunds given), and contact of appropriate authorities.

Students of Central are expected to conduct themselves with complete honesty in all work they submit for their courses. Any dishonesty regarding work submitted in courses will result in penalties set forth in the Academic Dishonesty Policy.