BASIS OF ADMISSION
Calvary Chapel University at YDI invites applicants who are able to present a clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and have acknowledged a call from God to attend the college. In selecting students, the Admissions Committee admits students who are most likely to contribute positively to the college community. They prayerfully consider all factors that demonstrate the applicant’s ability to succeed.
CCU at YDI is designed to be an arena to disciple the body of Christ. Also essential are:
• Evidence of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a consistent Christian lifestyle.
• A desire and willingness for each student’s faith to be challenged.
• Willingness to abide by the doctrinal position and standards of conduct of the college.
• Fill out and submit the CCU online application. Click Here:
• Pay $50 non-refundable application fee (in the online application)
• Request Transcripts (in the online application)
• Personal/Pastoral reference (in the online application)
NOTIFICATION OF ADMISSION
Once the CCU Admissions Office receives the last item from your application packet, the CCU team will make a decision regarding your acceptance. You can expect to receive notification within one week of the application file being complete. Once a decision on your admission is made, you will receive information from the CCU Registrar on registration, finances, and orientation.
Special Admissions Cases
Admission of High School Non-graduates
Applicants who are not high school graduates may still be considered for admission. CCU/YDI accepts students who have acquired equivalency certificates or diplomas through GED tests or a High School Proficiency Examination. Each case will be handled on an individual basis. The call of God in the applicant’s life and the success of the student will be given greater consideration. These applicants should follow the regular admission procedures.
Admission of Home-Schooled Students
Applicants who are home-schooled and do not have an official high school transcript to submit to the college with the application packet are required to take the General Education Development (GED) Test or a High School Proficiency Examination. If the student does not have access to an official transcript or does not subscribe to a transcript service, the student will be sent a transcript evaluation form to be completed by the primary teacher. The transcript evaluation and academic reference may be completed by a parent if that individual is the primary teacher.
Course of Study
CCU at YDI’s mission is to train students to live their lives to “Learn Jesus, Live Jesus, Love Jesus.”
For a list of courses for either the 24 Unit Certificate in Youth Ministry or the Bachelors Degree in Youth Ministry go to:
2015-2016 School Year
Students will check-in to the CCU/YDI campus between August 27, 2015 to August 30, 2015. Student Orientation is August 30, 2015, and classes begin August 31, 2015. Fall Module 1 begins 8/31/15 and goes until 10/25/15. Fall Module 2 begins the next day 10/26/15 and ends December 20, 2015. Spring Module 1 begins 1/4/16 and ends 2/28/16. Spring Module 2 begins 2/29/16 and ends 5/1/16.
The school year runs 10 months with Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter breaks. Students are required to vacate the campus during the Thanksgiving (11/23 – 11/29), Christmas (12/12-1/3) and Easter 3/25-4/3) breaks.
Tuition, Room, and Board plus CCU Online Courses included:
$595 per month (paid on the 1st of each month).
Fall Module 1 tuition is due by July 6th and Spring Module 1 tuition is due by December 7th.
Application Fee: $50 (in CCU Online Application)
Book Fees: Anticipate $200 – $450 per semester. All books ordered in advance of each module by the student on Amazon.com.