CENTRAL CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
SOUTH CAROLINA, INC.
Motto: "Studying to Show Thyself Approved" 2 Timothy 2:15
The mission of CCU of SC is to equip and empower the body of Christ to
do the work of the ministry and to advance the Kingdom of God. To provide biblical education and training that promotes spiritual growth and maturity and empowers believers to live successful and victorious lives in Jesus Christ.
With God, Expect The Impossible February 2023
Central Christian University of South Carolina holds Candidate Status with the Association for Biblical Higher Education Commission on Accreditation (5850 T.G. Lee Blvd., Ste. 130, Orlando, FL 32822, 407-207-0808.) Candidate Status is a pre-accreditation status granted to those institutions that meet the ABHE Conditions of Eligibility and that possess such qualities as may provide a basis for achieving accreditation statues within five years.
CCU offers a full range of affordable Ecclesiastical Degree Programs: Associates, Bachelor of Biblical Studies and Pastoral Ministry, and Christian Counseling (NCCA) Degrees.
CCU also offers diploma and certified training programs for ministers, deacons, ushers, leaders and others not seeking a degree but want to further their personal spiritual growth and development in the kingdom of God.
132 Monteith Street
Columbia, South Carolina 29203
Office: (803) 786-6594
Fax: (803) 497-3836
Welcome to Central Christian University of South Carolina, Inc.
Generally, admission to Central Christian University of South Carolina, Inc. requires that one must be born again and meet other criteria as follows:
willing to learn
a high school diploma/G.E.D.
completed and signed Application Form submitted with a photo attached
$75.00 Application Fee (non-refundable)
Pastor's Reference Form submitted to Pastor
transcripts requested from all previous schools
complete resume of on-the-job training and life experiences
signed/dated Covenant agreement
Applicants without a fully completed high school diploma/G.E.D. will be considered on an individual basis. The following criteria must be met for acceptance to a regular degree seeking status:
High intellectual achievement and scholarship as evidenced by grades, entrance exams, and academic recommendations, specifically including:
A cumulative GPA of 2.50 based on a 4.00 scale. A minimum 3.00 grade point average in the major is desired.
Each applicant must have a personal interview with an Educational Consultant to review his or her application and transcripts and determine the appropriate degree program the student should follow. These interviews must be in person.
Students are required to work individually with an advisor on an on-going basis throughout each semester. This advisor helps the students set academic goals, develop a course schedule, adapt to college life, and identify and solve potential problems before they become crises. The advisor also assists the student when additional direction is needed.
In keeping with our philosophy, the admissions department gives attention to --
Scholarly attainment as shown by the school record and examination;
Desire for continuing formal education;
Character and personality traits;
You can also request more information with this form:
Thelma W. Wheeler
Dir. of Library Services
Brenda D. Richardson
Library Volunteer Assistance
To request more information:
Contact the Admissions Office
Mon- Fri: 9:30 A.M - 3:00 P.M
Dr. Mary O. Stover
Vice-President/ Academic Dean
Director of Curriculum & Institution and Institutional Giving