Certificate Enrollment Fee
Students pursuing ministry or career certificates are charged for the course of study they are interested in. The fee applies the first semester a student enrolls in the certificate to cover the advising and instructional cost.
Change of Program Fee
After completing 60 hours, students who change their degree or ministry program will be charged to begin the new course of study.
Change of Schedule Fee
Students who add, drop, or change sections of a course are charged a flat processing fee.
Course Retake Fee
Students who drop or fail a course will be charged an hourly fee when they retake it. This charge is applied the second time a course is taken unless the student is paying tuition.
Dual Enrollment Fee
Students who are simultaneously enrolled at Central and a partner institution are charged a fee per hour to cover costs of coordinating schedules, financial aid, and billing.
When completing a degree, a student is charged for the expenses of a diploma and commencement. A diploma fee is charged for a reprinted diploma.
Incomplete Registration Fee
Returning students have until July 1 to complete their schedule, confirm their Residence Hall status, and pay a $200 non-refundable deposit either through personal funds, financial aid, or other verified funding source(s). Those who have not by July 1 will be charged the incomplete registration fee.
Independent / CCCB Online Upcharge
Students registered for independent studies or CCCB online courses pay an hourly upcharge, unless they do not receive the Full-Tuition Scholarship, in which case they pay tuition. Partnership online courses through CCOE or KEEN have a higher charge than CCCB courses.
Students who start the registration process after 3:00 pm on the last day of registration are charged per credit enrolled for late registration.
LOGOS Bible Software Package
All new and transfer students must own a copy of LOGOS Bible Software: Bronze and LOGOS Academic Training, valued at $890. Purchasing through the College obtains academic pricing for the students and insures that the software and training are available for the Orientation and Bible classes that utilize it.
Students who enroll at Central for the first time are charged the matriculation fee after acceptance. The fee is reduced by half if paid by May 1 or within 14 days of acceptance (up until the first day of semester registration). It covers set-up of student records and financial aid, academic inventories, academic scheduling, transcript evaluation, and guidance to develop a plan of study towards a degree.
Students returning to Central after two or more consecutive semesters of non-enrollment are charged to re-establish their enrollment and scholarship.
The semester fees cover a wide range of student services for onsite students, including Library usage, limited printing, intercollegiate and intramural sports, college e-mail account, personal mailbox, expenses for student-led ministries, attendance at various banquets, student identification card, parking permit, admission to most College events, and computer lab access.
Residence Hall students are charged room & board to cover the cost of housing, utilities, and 16 meals per week in the cafeteria. Students can choose to pay an additional fee if space availability allows for a single-occupancy room.
Residential and commuter students have $300 per credit hour applied to their bill. Those who qualify for the Full-Tuition Scholarship will receive a credit equal to the amount of tuition applied to their account to a maximum of $4800 per semester. At registration, students must pay any remaining tuition charges due.
Online students pay $200 per credit and do not receive the Full-Tuition Scholarship.