Northeastern Regional Bible College






Admission to degree seeking status requires an official transcript of high
school graduation. G.E.D. students may be admitted upon presentation of a test score of 50 or
higher. Applicants must submit an Application Form, a letter of reference from a pastor or peer,
all transcripts, and the non-refundable $75 Application fee.
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The following criteria must be met for acceptance to a regular degree seeking status:
1.  High intellectual achievement and scholarship as evidenced by grades, entrance exams, and academic recommendations.  Specifically included:
a)    A cumulative GPA of 2.75 based on a 4.00 scale.  A minimum 3.00 grade point average in the major is desired.
b)    Each applicant must have a personal interview with an Educational Consultant to review his or her application and transcripts and determine the appropriate degree program the student should follow.  (These interviews should be in person, but telephone interviews are acceptable.)
2.  Students are required to work individually with an advisor on an on-going basis throughout each semester.  This advisor helps the students set academic goals, develop a course schedule, adapt to college life, and identify and solve potential problems before they become crises. The advisor also assists the student when additional direction is needed.
In keeping with our philosophy, the admissions department gives attention to – 
(a)   scholarly attainment as shown by the school record and examination,
(b)   desire for continuing formal education,
(c)   character and personality traits,
(d)   emotional health,
(e)   leadership qualities.



Students transferring from recognized theological seminaries will be given advanced standing to the extent that their credits approximate the curriculum of Northeastern Regional Bible College.  Since NRBC deems its courses essential for graduation, it will seldom be possible to extend credit for subjects bearing minor similarity to those listed in the prescribed curriculum. 

No courses used as credit toward undergraduate degrees will be accepted as credit toward a graduate degree.
Courses graded less than "C" will not be transferred.  A copy of previous transcripts are to be sent to the NRBC’s Administrative Office for evaluation.   
Upon completion of each evaluation, a NRBC counselor will notify the student regarding the number of credits accepted for transfer.  This information will be added to the student's transcript at the time of the evaluation. 
Students must complete a minimum of 15 undergraduate hours to be eligible for any degree.
Applicants will work individually with an advisor to assist in setting educational goals and develop a course of study for the semester. 


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