Each candidate/student desiring admission to IIBT must submit a completed application packet to the IIBT Admissions Office. The packet must include a pastor’s recommendation, a short autobiography, documented previous transcripts, documented independent study, and a resume of recent work experience.
If a candidate/student has attended any Bible Colleges or Liberal Arts schools, the candidate/student should use the request for an official transcript, a link to which is on this page, to be sent to IIBT. It must include: 1) Ministry; 2) Start date; 3) End date; 4) Responsibilities; 5) Accomplishments; 6) Number of hours per week.
If a candidate/student attended any Training Centers or schools where no transcripts were given, a complete list of courses, dates taken, grades, and name and address of location/church where the classes were taken is needed. This must be sent in on official letterhead and be notarized.
The total cost of tuition cannot be determined until a complete evaluation is done. The cost depends upon the required amount of courses to be taken for each program level.
Transfer and Granting of Credit Hours
IIBT accepts transfer credit hours from other educational institutions which are appropriate to the student’s program. Bachelor level students may transfer up to a maximum of 72 credit hours of the REQUIRED courses and 54 credit hours of ELECTIVE courses. In order to be eligible for graduation from the IIBT Bachelor program, a transfer student must complete a MINIMUM of 18 credit hours of REQUIRED courses from IIBT. The IIBT Associate program is exactly fifty percent of the Bachelor program. Only credit hours with a grade of .C. and above will be transferred from other educational institutions. The credit hours granted for occupational experience in the ministry depend on the student’s position and how that experience relates to a degree program.
All tuition and fees are due and payable at registration. Students unable to pay the full amount of the tuition may be approved upon request under various payment plans.
Students residing in the United States may pay via PayPal or by check. International students are required to submit payments through PayPal. No course work will be released until payment has been received.
Notification of withdrawal from a program must be made in writing. The application and/or evaluation fee are non-refundable. After the a student starts a program, refunds will be made according to the following schedule:
First Week 100%
Second Week 75%
Third Week 50%
Fourth Week 0%
A student desiring to withdraw from the program must submit a completed withdrawal form to the Admissions Office. (Available upon request). A student who withdraws officially will receive a grade of .W. (withdrawal) in all courses in which a passing grade has been maintained. A student who does not withdraw officially will result in forfeiture of any financial refund that would otherwise be due.
Final grades are, based upon the student’s individual work, such as: homework, quizzes, exams, and written papers.
Upon approval of the instructor, a student may repeat a course for which a grade of .D. or .F. is received. The last grade received will be used in computing the student’s cumulative grade point average.
Intent to Graduate:
Each candidate qualifying to graduate from IIBT must file an Intent to Graduate form at least six weeks prior to the time of graduation. All candidate forms must be forwarded, together with the Graduation Fee, to the Admissions office. When a student is working on his/her final course, the Intent to Graduate Form will be available on their Student Portal.