Q. What type degrees does Northeastern Regional Bible College offer?

A. We offer degrees and certification in the following disciplines:

Q. Can I take courses without pursuing a degree or certification?

A. Yes. Individuals not interested in pursuing a degree may take courses as a non-degree student. Course credits earned in a non-degree status may later be transferred to a degree program.

Q. Is the College licensed and accredited?

A. Yes. We operate under the license and accreditation of Central Christian University (CCU), located in Wynne, Arkansas. CCU is accredited by Transworld Accrediting Commission (TAC) out of Riverside, California and is an Approved Learning Center by the American Society of Christian Therapists (ASCT) and the National Christian Counselors Association (NCCA). The University is also licensed by The Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina. CCU has been in operation since the late 1970’s, and has several affiliates and regional study sites across the United States as well as Europe, Africa, Asia and the West Indies.

Q. When was the College established?

A. Northeastern Regional Bible College (NRBC) was established by Cornerstone Christian Church of Oxford, North Carolina in January, 2006. The school officially opened on September 5, 2006. Even though NRBC opened in 2006, plans for the school had been underway for several years prior to this date. As a matter of fact, Cornerstone Christian Church has served in the past as a study site for individuals seeking to earn a diploma through Central Christian University.

Q. Can I do home study or will I be required to take classes on site?

A. NRBC is designed to allow maximum flexibility for the students. Course credit can be earned through independent study, seminars, traditional classroom setting or a combination of all three.

Q. What does it cost to take courses through the College?

A. The cost will vary depending on the type degree plan you chose. However, for the 2010/2011 academic year, the cost per undergraduate course ranges from $150 to $165. Students are also responsible for purchasing their books, any study materials and supplies needed for the course.

Q. Is there an installment plan available for students not able to pay the full cost up front?

A. Yes. Although accounts are due and payable at the beginning of each semester, students enrolled in a degree program who are unable to pay their bill in full will have the option of utilizing the tuition installment plan (TIP). This plan allows a student to make a down payment, followed by monthly installments. Details of TIP may be obtained by calling our office.

Q. Does the College offer financial aid?

A. Yes. A limited number of grants and scholarships are made available to those students who qualify.

For more information about Northeastern Regional Bible College please contact us:

Northeastern Regional Bible College
Phone: (919) 847-8274 or (919) 690-1982
Fax: (919) 847-2813 or (919) 690-1824
Email: northeasternRBC@aol.com