Attendance at Pacific Baptist Bible College is a great privilege. This privilege is offered to students who, in the opinion of the administration, are in harmony with the college’s spirit and guidelines. When a student applies for admission, he agrees to abide by this institution’s rules and standards of conduct. Persons desiring to enroll may apply by requesting an application from the Admissions Office or printing out the forms available online. The applicant must complete the application and submit it with the proper fees. Every applicant must give a clear, written testimony of his salvation, a brief account of his present Christian service, and a written copy of his vocational goals. It is expected that applicants demonstrate Christian character, a teachable spirit, and a sincere desire to know and do the will of God. To be enrolled in PBBC, one is required to attend the weekly services and a soul winning ministry of the Pacific Baptist Church or one’s own local church. Pacific Baptist Bible College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic programs, and any other school-administered programs.
Applicants from other colleges or Bible institutes must have all transcripts from the schools previously attended sent directly to the Admissions Office of PBBC, whether or not credits have been received. Transfer students must be in good standing with the last school they attended. Credit is given for all subjects equivalent to those offered in our catalog and in which a grade of “C” or better has been earned. An evaluation of the transcripts must be made by the Admissions Office to determine which credits can be accepted and to determine the classification of a transfer student. A student must earn a minimum of 30 semester credit hours in residence at Pacific Baptist Bible College to receive a degree from this institution. Credit toward a Pacific Baptist Bible College degree will not be transferred from more than two institutions besides those which were attended while the applicant served in the military. Any applicant who has attended any other college must have their transcripts sent to PBBC by every college or institute that he has attended, even if he does not desire to have the credit transferred. It is the responsibility of the student who requests the transfer of credits from another college to make available the catalog of that school to the Admissions Office of PBBC.