At the North Carolina Bible Institute, it is easy to apply for our online programs. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact our administration office at 910-395-5593 or email /admissions.
How do I apply?
- Complete the online application
- Speak with a member of the NCBI staff by calling or emailing our administration office
What is needed to apply?
- Application filled out in full
- Transcript release from any institutions you have attended
Do you require ACT/SAT scores?
- No, we do not require these test scores as part of your application
What is the admission deadline?
- NCBI offers a rolling enrollment
- There is a $60 application fee to apply (Non-refundable)
Can I transfer credit to NCBI from other schools?
- Yes, you might be able to transfer in credits for a more advanced program
- All transcripts are to be submitted from the original institutions
- Only accept credits from accredited Institutions
Need to know...
Our Program Basis
- It is the purpose of the North Carolina Bible Institute Administration to provide continued educational programs to students who are looking to educate themselves in the Word of God. We believe that we offer the finest Christian education available in a streamlined fashion.
What we believe
- We are fundamental, evangelical, Bible-believing school based upon canonized Old Testament and New Testament scripture as the inerrant and infallible Word of God. We accept that the Bible is God’s instruction manual for life, and it is not open to any single or denominational interpretation but is written to all mankind.
- It is our belief that God created the earth and the universe in six literal days and that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, born of a virgin. We believe that Jesus died on the cross at Calvary, arose from the dead three days later, and now sits at the right hand of God as our High Priest. We believe that those who have been born-again through the Blood of Jesus Christ will reign in Heaven for eternity. Finally, we believe that non-believers will be sentenced to a burning hell for eternity.
Curriculum and Reference Materials
- The North Carolina Bible Institute seeks to offer the highest quality curriculum and reference materials. Resources are subject to change, at the discretion of the Executive Board of Directors, and not all subjects are offered every year.
Student Nondiscrimination Policy
- The North Carolina Bible Institute admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin with all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students of NCBI. The North Carolina Bible Institute does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its policies, loan programs or other school administered programs.
- All students are required to give a testimony of having accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and Lord. Each student is expected to conduct himself/herself in a manner that will, at no time, bring reproach upon our Savior or upon NCBI.
- All students must be a working part of a local church. Time spent in participation within the local church will be logged and turned into the North Carolina Bible Institute. These hours are figured into the student’s semester credit hours as personal ministry. God’s Word demands that we be doers of the Word and not hearers (or students) only.
- NCBI’s admission policy is an open enrollment. You must complete an application along with $60 application fee. You must provide a copy of your high school diploma or transcript/GED completion. Your application will be reviewed at which time you will receive an acceptance letter or a letter with an explanation of non-acceptance.
- The North Carolina Bible Institute reserves the right to allow, or not to allow, credits earned at other institutions for similar courses taken at that institution. If credit is awarded, the candidate will be assessed $2.00 per credit hour. These hours may not exceed 60% of the required hours for graduation from the North Carolina Bible Institute.
- Students may change or drop a program at any time during first week after notification of their acceptance into the North Carolina Bible Institute. A student must notify the North Carolina Bible Institute in writing of the intention to withdraw or drop a program.
About our Students
- The North Carolina Bible Institute is proud of our students’ accomplishments, and we are thankful that they are carrying on the high traditions of the North Carolina Bible Institute. We commend our students with the highest honor for their study and great accomplishments. These men and women have dedicated their life to the ministry of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, whether as a full-time minister or as laity, establishing the Kingdom of God upon the earth.
Information about student complaints
- The state Authorizations Unit of the University of North Carolina System Office serves as the office state entity to receive complaints concerning post-secondary institutions that are authorized to operate in North Carolina. If students are unable to resolve a complaint through the institution’s grievance procedures, they can review the Student Complaint Policy (PDF) and submit their complaint using the online complaint form at: https://studentcomplaints.northcarolina.edu/form
Student Nondiscrimination Policy
The North Carolina Bible Institute admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin with all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of NCBI. The North Carolina Bible Institute does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its policies, loan programs or other school administered programs.