Welcome New Students
Welcome to life as a Central Christian University student! Whether you will be attending as a campus student, an online student, or a student at one of our Centers, we are excited to have you as a part of the CCU family. Our goal is to make your transition as smooth as possible, and this page provides information to keep you in the loop as you prepare for your first year at CCU.
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
Welcome from the President
Juan Carlos Amesty, Ph.D
Welcome to Central Christian University! On behalf of the entire staff, I want you to know we are glad you will be attending CCU and are excited for your arrival. I am looking forward to meeting you and your family. Professors are getting ready for classes; exciting activities and conferences are in place for this year; and we are eager to get started. If you should have any additional questions, please feel free to call upon our staff. They are ready and willing to help you and your family with any questions you may have.
See you soon!
Juan Carlos Amesty
After you have received your letter of acceptance, your assigned academic advisor will register you for your first course. Once registered, a CCU professor within the designated faculty will be in contact with you to start your course.
After you have received your letter of acceptance, your assigned academic advisor will register you for your first course suiting your schedule. Once registered, you are ready to start your classes!
Scholarships and grants are types of gift aid that do not have to be repaid to the University. At our university they take the form of University scholarships or outside scholarships.
The following criteria must be met:
You are a full-time student.
Active in Ministry.
You are meeting the Satisfactory Academic Progress standards.
Married. (Exceptions may be granted)
Please note that scholarships are applied to the students’ tuition dues when they become available and are not guaranteed to all who apply. For more information e-mail: email@example.com
Christian education should be considered an investment for your future.
But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. (Phil. 4:19)
General Tuition Rates: 2017-18
$140.00 annual registration fee
$150.00 per undergraduate course ($50.00 per credit hour)
$180.00 per graduate course ($60.00 per credit hour)
$240.00 per doctoral level course ($80.00 per credit hour)
$650.00 Chaplains of Florida
$750.00 American Chaplain
$2,160.00 Biblical Studies
$1,800.00 Mission Medical Technician
*Fees include cap, gown and tassel
Transcript Fee $65.00
Diploma Replacement $150.00
STANDARD PAYMENT PLAN:
Under the Standard Payment Plan, I will pay the monthly fee designed accordingly to my area of study. I will pay fees incurred alter during the term when billed by the University. I will pay a finance charge of five percent (5%) per month (annual percentage rate of 60%) on any amount not paid when due.
MONTHLY BUDGET PLAN:
Under the Monthly Budget Plan, I agree to pay University costs and fees in twelve (12) monthly payments during the academic year (four payments per semester), on or before the due dates. I understand that I will pay finance charges monthly for the use of this plan, at the rate of 1% per month. Finance charges are calculated by taking the account balance from the previous month (my “previous balance”) and subtracting payments and other credits received on my account. I understand that I will determine the amount due based on information provided by the University.
– Each faculty has a grade point average each student must maintain in order to continue taking classes to fulfill graduation requirements.
– Tuition and fees must be paid in full prior to applying for graduation.
– Unethical and disruptive behavior can lead the University to dismiss you from its student body.
– If a student does not take classes for three (3) consecutive months (without reason), he or she may have to re-apply to the University in order to continue taking classes.