Admissions

Admisssions

Admisssions 

Admissions Requirements

Admissions Requirements

Students must be committed to the absolute Lordship of Christ, through an ongoing relationship with Him, and by a desire to reach great maturity in Him, in full obedience to His will. Students are strongly encouraged to be active members of a church in their area. An Application for Admission, completed in its entirety, must be submitted and be accompanied with a cover letter stating the student’s educational and spiritual goals.A comprehensive secular and religious resume must be submitted that includes complete information regarding education, employment, secular and religious seminars attended, church work experience, special training and all additional pertinent information.

 At the time of application, copies of transcripts from other learning institutions may be submitted. Before graduation, however, original Official Transcripts must be directly sent to Rhema University. A letter, or letters, of recommendation may be requested from the Dean of Admissions on a case by case basis.
Copies of degrees, awards, certificates or other related pertinent information must be included in the Application of Admission. A $50.00 application fee must be received along with the Application of Admission.

 A snapshot of the student, no smaller than 2”x2”, must also accompany the Application for Admission. Admission to Rhema University is subject to approval by the Admissions Committee. The decision of this committee is final.

Students must be committed to the absolute Lordship of Christ, through an ongoing relationship with Him, and by a desire to reach great maturity in Him, in full obedience to His will. Students are strongly encouraged to be active members of a church in their area. An Application for Admission, completed in its entirety, must be submitted and be accompanied with a cover letter stating the student’s educational and spiritual goals.A comprehensive secular and religious resume must be submitted that includes complete information regarding education, employment, secular and religious seminars attended, church work experience, special training and all additional pertinent information.


At the time of application, copies of transcripts from other learning institutions may be submitted. Before graduation, however, original Official Transcripts must be directly sent to Rhema University. A letter, or letters, of recommendation, may be requested from the Dean of Admissions on a case by case basis.

Copies of degrees, awards, certificates or other related pertinent information must be included in the Application of Admission. A $50.00 application fee must be received along with the Application of Admission.

 A snapshot of the student, no smaller than 2”x2”, must also accompany the Application for Admission. Admission to Rhema University is subject to approval by the Admissions Committee. The decision of this committee is final.

MORAL AND ETHICAL STANDARDS

We expect every student to display conduct that is conducive to everyone’s spiritual, physical and mental health. We strongly encourage students to refrain from the of non-prescribed narcotics, intoxicants, the ignorant use of degenerate English through profanity and sexual behavior that belongs exclusively to those engaged in matrimony.

 

CORRECT PRIORITIES

Rhema University strongly urges each student to lead a disciplined life. Regardless of whether classes are being taken through correspondence or in a classroom setting, it is important that prayer is a part of your daily life.

Admissions Disclosure

Rhema University 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 at the school. Rhema University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Attendance at Rhema University is considered a privilege. Students will forfeit this privilege if they do not adhere to the moral and ethical standards and ideals of this university. This institution reserves its sovereign right to determine what credits it will transfer in towards its degree program based on its own institutional criteria. Rhema University also reserves its right to withdraw a course at any time; change tuition and other fees, as well as change any other regulations that may affect the student body. These changes will be put into effect as the university deems necessary and will apply to prospective students well as students who are currently enrolled.