The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) requires that all colleges who participate in federal student aid programs must disclose certain information to current and prospective students, as well as to the faculty, staff, and employees.
- Educational Technology Services provides the student an overview of the electronic features at CBC and how students use our Campus and Learning Management Systems for completing courses, registration for classes, checking financials, and accessing email. The handbook provides students, faculty, and outside constituency the standards the school intends to keep.
- The Assessment Handbook is a document that monitors the assessment’s office protocols and documents for assessments and outcomes at CBC.
- The Faculty Handbook is a document that monitors the commitment the college had made with its faculty and the faculty’s commitment to maintain standards by ABHE.
- The Enrollment Handbook is a document that provides protocols and benchmarks for admitting students, processing applications, transcripts, and financial aid awards.
- The Regional Classroom Handbook is a document that monitors CBC’s progress at additional locations beyond the main campus. It highlights protocols, governance, personnel, faculty, and student learning.
- CBC is governed by a *Board of Trustees appointed and elected. The President is accountable to this board governance for the direction of the college.
- The College employs Deans to provide feedback and support to the President’s office and work on his behalf for the ongoing stability of the school.
- CBC is accountable to the Association of Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), the Council for Higher Education and Administration (CHEA) which has accredited our college to grant undergraduate degrees and receive financial aid—Title IV funding and private loans. CBC follows the standards and receives annual audits for receiving federal and private funding for students.
- CBC is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) which performs audits of our financial records. The documents are available upon request.
*The current Board of Trustees members are: Dr. A. Charles Ware, President; Michael Gentry, Chair; Claude Robinson, Sr., Secretary; Bennie Clark, Treasurer; Dr. Brian Simmons, Ray Hashley, and Angela Dabney.
- CBC continues to monitor the strategic goals and monetary allowances of bringing biblical and theological education to students in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and Gary, Indiana.
- Making courses accessible, available, and provide alternate modalities continues to be an increasing need among our students.
- New degrees, delivery options, and other educational deliveries are being considered each year.
- Since CBC is an accredited institution through ABHE, it maintains monthly and yearly progress on students matriculating and the current attrition rate per semester and year.
- Faculty are part of the assessment process as they evaluate courses, curriculum, and make changes to the requirements of the programming available to students.
- CBC is currently on a new academic cycle beginning in the Fall of 2013 and will be running this assessment for the next three years.
- New students are required to take a pre-Bible exam, English placement exam, and general education exam.
- Post-exams and career placement exams are taken during graduation year.
- CBC is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) which performs audits of CBC’s financial records. The documents are available upon request.
- Please see annual budget (Forthcoming).
- Planning is part of the overall assessment of student needs.
- Strategic planning is done every year and the college’s budget reflects changes as monies are allocated per need and availability.
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