|Tuition (per course)||$200.00|
|Class/Private Music Fee||$50.00 / $100.00|
|Student Identification & Library Card (new or replacement)||$20.00|
|Returned check (per check)||$13.00|
|Traffic Violation||$2.50 ($5.00 after 24 hours)|
*Dually enrolled students are not subject to Technology fees or Student Services fees.
The college reserves the right to amend any of the information on this fee sheet.
Tuition Payment & Refunds
Payment in full should be made at the time of registration. Any student whose account
has not been cleared by the first day of class will be not be permitted to enter/access class
and will have his or her registration voided. In such cases, any portion of the tuition paid
will be refundable in full.
A student may drop a course for which he or she is registered at any time prior to the first
day of class and receive a full tuition refund. This registration change will be subject to
the registration change fee.
Any student who chooses to withdraw from a course that is in progress will not be
eligible for tuition refund and will be subject to the registration change fee.
High school juniors and seniors may apply for admission as dual enrollment students by submission of the “Dual Enrollment Student Application”.
Dual enrollment applicants are not subject to any application fee.
The applicant must submit as part of their application their high school transcript. Also, the application requires a signature granting approval for the student to be engaged in college level work from the appropriate school official at his or her high school (or authorized home school instructor).
Clear Creek Baptist Bible College does not guarantee the acceptability of its credits toward any secondary school division or homeschool curriculum. Applicants should examine the acceptability of such credits with their school prior to applying.
Students are eligible to earn up to a total of 28 hours while in dual enrollment status.
First semester dual enrollment students may enroll in no more than 7 hours. If the student’s GPA is 3.0 or better after the first semester of enrollment, he or she may enroll in up to 12 hours in each subsequent semester provided his or her GPA remains at 3.0 or better.
Standard requirements for obtaining transcripts apply to dual enrollment students. Transcripts will not be sent to a dual enrollment student’s high school/homeschool without completion of a transcript request form and payment of the applicable fee.