High school applicants who have submitted their unofficial transcripts may be accepted on a provisional basis, but they may not register or begin classes until a final official high school transcript has been received.
Enrolling students with GPA’s below 2.0 may be accepted on academic probation. Academic probation is not a penalty, but it is rather an opportunity for the College to give additional help to those students. Those on academic probation must meet with their Academic Advisor to arrange for support services and register for courses. At their advisor’s discretion, students may be required to limit their course load, meet with designated faculty, staff, or support personnel, and/or enroll in remedial programs or courses. The advisor may also require mid-semester reports from a student’s instructors. Students accepted on academic probation may be required to enroll in an A.A. program.
Applicants who have been accepted for admission but are unable to register for the current term may defer their start date for up to two years. After two years, the Readmission Policy must be followed.
Students who have been withdrawn from Crossroads for two years or more, or who were previously dismissed, are required to reapply. Should a student choose to re-enroll after two (2) or more consecutive semesters, they will be subject to the catalog and regulations in effect at the time of their reentry. Readmission students are required to complete the readmission essays and not the new student essays:
Ministry Experience: this should include an overview of your ministry involvement since you last attended Crossroads Bible College. Please explain how this experience has impacted your life and character. Please describe the things you have enjoyed the most about the experience and challenges you have encountered.
Reason for Readmission: this should include the reason for readmission to Crossroads Bible College. Also explain your future plans, including what you plan to accomplish through your education.
Note: Students who have been dismissed must also write an essay about how the student has changed and how they plan to ensure ongoing spiritual growth.
Non-Discrimination Policy: Crossroads Bible College admits students of any race, color, nationality and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded to any student of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or handicap in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered activities.