Requirements to Enroll as a Freshman at Central Christian College
We're delighted that you're considering enrollment at Central Christian. To be defined as a freshman, you must be a high school graduate with no more than 15 hours of earned credit from a regionally accredited or otherwise recognized post-secondary institution of higher learning.
If you meet the following requirements, you will be considered for full acceptance. Acceptance is granted on a combination of cumulative GPA and ACT/SAT test scores. If you do not meet all criteria, you may be granted probationary and/or conditional acceptance.
- Have a cumulative GPA of 2.6 or higher on a 4.0 scale or have scored at least 52 on your GED
- Have an ACT score of 18 or higher or an SAT score of 860 or higher (math and critical reading sections combined)
International Freshman Student Status
To be an international freshman on our campus you must have fewer than 15 credit hours from a regionally accredited or otherwise recognized post-secondary institution. To be considered for full acceptance, you must meet the following three criteria.*
- You must rank in the top 40 percent of your graduating class.
- You must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.6 or above (on a 4.0 scale) or a General Education Degree (GED) of 52.
- You must have an ACT score of 18 or higher or an SAT score of 860 or higher (math and critical reading only) or a TOEFL score of at least 61 (internet-based), 173 (computer-based) or 500 (paper-based).
You can apply to Central Christian College as early as the end of your junior year (with six completed semesters) in high school by submitting your completed application, scholastic records, an SAT or ACT score and required references. Senior-year test scores and grades should be submitted when available.
Recommended High School Courses
Everyone admitted to Central Christian College must have graduated from a secondary school or be the recipient of a GED. In order to prepare yourself for the challenges of college, we recommend you take the following courses during your secondary education:
- Four units (years) of English
- Two units (years) of math including algebra and geometry or two years of algebra
- Three units(years) of social studies which should include: one unit of American History and one unit of United States Government
- Two units(years) of science, one of which must be a laboratory science
- One unit(year) of computer technology