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PROGRAM EXPENSES

Charges are subject to changes as directed by the Board of Trustees. Central Christian College of Kansas reserves the right to make changes without prior notice.

  • EXCEL and Online programs in, Ministry Leadership, Criminal Justice, and Associate of Arts: $371 per credit hour.
  • Healthcare, Psychology, and Organizational Leadership (Online): $425 per credit hour. 

OTHER FEES (AS APPLICABLE)

Application Fee (EXCEL Only) ................................. $20
Credit for Prior Learning Assessment Fee ... $50/credit
Exam Credit Assessment (AP, CLEP, etc.).... $50/exam
Directed Study Fee……………………………. .... $100/credit
Retake Fee .............................................. $100/course
Graduation Fee (Regardless of Attendance) ........ $100
Withdrawal Fee ................................................. $50.00
Technology Fee ...................................$50.00/Module
All accounts are due the beginning of each term. 

TRANSFER STUDENTS

Transfer students are defined as students who have received any college credit beyond enrollment in a dualcredit or concurrent enrollment program.

In addition to the requirements listed under the Application for Admission, transfer students must also provide: 

  • An official, final college transcript from all prior colleges attended3. A cumulative 2.0 GPA is required to be accepted. Cumulative GPA is figured from all transcribed data. Students whose cumulative college GPA is below 2.0 will be evaluated by the Admissions Review Committee and may be accepted on provisional acceptance and enrolled in prescribed college success courses.

Only credits from regionally accredited or articulated colleges are eligible for transfer. Therefore, a student may be admitted on credits that would not be eligible for transfer. See the Transfer Credit Policies section of the Catalog for more information concerning transfer credits.