Traditional Students are defined, for the purpose of admission, as students who are recent high school graduates (or whose graduating class would have graduated within the past five years).
Traditional Students wishing to attend Guido Bible College must meet the following requirements:
Nontraditional Students are those who have been out of school for five years or more (or for GED students whose graduating class would have graduated 5 or more years prior to the expected term of entrance). Nontraditional Students wishing to attend Guido Bible College must meet the following requirements:
Students wishing to attend classes without earning credit or working toward a degree may choose to Audit a class. These students do NOT need to meet the requirements for Admissions, but must still pay all fees and are expected to fully comply with course requirements.
Credit may be transferred in to Guido Bible College from a previously attended college, university, or Bible school.
Credit will only be given for courses that are comparable to those offered at Guido Bible College.
Entrance Exam Policy: All new students will be required to take the appropriate entrance exam to determine the level of understanding in the areas of English and Math. Placement tests cannot be re-taken.
Biblical Knowledge Assessment Policy: All new students will be required to take the Bible knowledge test at the Student Orientation program or before the admissions process is considered complete. This test is given to all students at the completion of each academic year. This test is used for the assessment of institutional effectiveness in achieving educational objectives. This test does not become a part of the student’s academic record or have any influence on the individual student’s academic progress.
All students preparing to graduate will be required to take the same assessment of Biblical knowledge before the end of his/her final semester. This test is used for the assessment of institutional effectiveness in achieving educational objectives and will not have any bearing on a student’s approval for graduation. This test will not become part of the student’s academic record.