Open Door Bible College is a distinctly Christian center for higher education. The student's acceptance into the school will be based upon our ability to meet the needs of the student. That determination will be made from information on the application form, information from his previous school(s), the student interview, and other means which would help us properly evaluate the student to determine academic, emotional, social, and spiritual needs.
Notice of Nondiscrimination
Open Door Bible College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs (when available), and athletic and other school administered programs.
Students are required to submit an application package accompanied by the application fee before the application process begins. Upon receipt of the completed application package and accompanying application fee, the school office will contact the student to set up an appointment for evaluation and an interview. The following information is required before the student may be considered for acceptance: completed application package, previous and current year report cards (for the High School Extension Program), copy of the high school diploma and an official copy of the high school transcripts, and a letter of recommendation from his pastor.
All new students are admitted conditionally on a probationary basis. The school reserves the right to terminate a student's enrollment at its discretion. There is no refund for early termination.
Students who enroll in 12 credits hours or more in a semester are considered full-time students. Students who enroll in less than credit hours in a semester are considered part-time students.
Students must fill out a withdrawal form in the office, stating the reason for withdrawal.
Open Door Bible College expects full cooperation from both students and parents in the education of the student. If at any time the college feels that this cooperation is lacking, the student may be asked to withdraw. Also, if the student's behavior or attitude indicates an uncooperative spirit or one that is out of harmony with the standards of the college, whether or not there is any definite breach of conduct, he may be asked to withdraw.