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Admissions Policies

Admission Requirements

Candidates for admission must provide the following:
  • Evidence of their acceptance of and surrender to Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord. This must be in the form of a detailed written testimony describing the candidate’s life before conversion, the conversion experience, and life since conversion.
  • Evidence of proven Christian character. Character references from candidate’s pastor, Christian mentor(s), and friends will be considered.
  • Demonstrate the desire, willingness and commitment to serve Him as a minister either in the local church, on the mission field, or both. Candidate’s current Christian service involvement and future life-plan will be considered.
  • Evidence of a lifestyle that is consistent with the standards of conduct that are expressed in the Bible and a daily walk with Christ that reflects a devotional life that produces compassion, discipline, spiritual and emotional maturity. A positive recommendation from a minister or designated leader in the church, as well as other character references, will serve as verification of this lifestyle.
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop strong interpersonal skills and friendships and be able to nourish and influence others positively.
  • References that show candidates to be active members in an evangelical protestant church and regular participants in worship and educational activities.

Admission Process

Guido Bible College accepts all applicants who complete the following:
  1. Submission of a completed application with a $50.00 application fee (nonrefundable).  Written detailed description of conversion experience.
  2. Essay explaining reason for choosing to attend the Guido Bible College and how the education will be utilized.
  3. Two letters of reference from a pastor and Christian friend.
  4. High School transcripts or GED completion diploma.
  5. College transcripts from previous college if transferring to Guido Bible College.

Admissions Policy for Traditional Students

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:

  1. High School or General Education Diploma
  2. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores of 330 Verbal and 310 Math or American College Testing Program (ACT) scores of 12 English and 14 Math. Students who score at least a 450 in Verbal or Math with no CPC deficiencies in English or Math will not be required to take the placement test.

Admissions Policy for Nontraditional Students

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:

  1. High School or General Education Diploma
  2. Nontraditional Students are required to take the placement test.

Admissions Policy for Auditing Students

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 Transfer Policy

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.

Student Assessment Policies

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.

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