In order to complete the San Diego Christian College admissions process, prospective students are required to submit:
- Completed Application
- Minimum high school GPA of 2.75
- or Minimum transfer GPA of 2.5
- Official transcripts from all prior colleges. High school transcript is also needed if a) you are a California resident and/or b) you are transferring less than 24 college credits.
Start the process by filling out an application here. It is quick, easy, and free!
Financing Your Education
In order to apply for Financial Aid, please visit the FAFSA website and follow the instructions. Students applying for a program that begins July 1 or later should complete next year’s FAFSA application. The school code for San Diego Christian College is 012031.
Online Program Costs for 2021-22
- Adult & Online Classes – $399/unit
Adult & Online Course Material Fees – $35/unit
Program Fee – $25/unit
There are a variety of ways to pay your bill at SDCC. You may combine these payment options to find the arrangement that best suits your financial needs.
Option A – Financial Aid
All students interested in receiving financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to determine eligibility.The FAFSA determines a student’s eligibility for both federal and state aid. All California residents must submit a FAFSA by March 2nd prior to the Fall semester of enrollment to be eligible for the maximum amount of aid available. Be sure to list San Diego Christian College’s school code of 012031 on the “Selected Schools” tab on the FAFSA! Students applying for a program that begins July 1 or later should complete next year’s FAFSA.
San Diego Christian also encourages students to apply for aid from outside sources, such as private, community, and corporate programs.
Option B – Pay in Full
Pay the balance for the semester in full. SDCC offers a variety of convenient methods to make payments. At SDCC, the following methods of payment are acceptable:
- Check, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order (please write student’s name and ID number on the memo line)
- Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, or American Express)
Option C – Payment Plan
Make automatic monthly payments by requesting a secure link from Student Financial Services to input your credit or debit card information. Each semester’s bill can be paid by up to five (5) monthly payments. If payments are not made in a timely manner, the ability to continue on a monthly payment plan may be revoked.
Option D – PLUS or Private Loans
If you still have a balance owed after all Financial Aid has been awarded, you may choose to take out an additional loan to cover your remaining balance.
It is recommended that students first exhaust their Federal Direct Stafford Loans due to their low and fixed interest rates. If you have already taken out your Stafford Loans, other loan options include Graduate PLUS loans and Alternative (Private) Loans. These are subject to additional steps and credit review by the Department of Education (for PLUS) or a private lender (for alternative/private loans).
Option E – VA Benefits (GI Bill®)
Use your VA benefits eligibility to pay for your educational expenses. Be sure to apply for your Certificate of Eligibility early, making certain that San Diego Christian College is listed as your Place of Training. You will need to provide a copy of your current Certificate of Eligibility before you may begin classes.
Use your Military Tuition Assistance eligibility to help pay for your educational expenses. Check with your Education Officer regarding the process to apply for TA. You will need to provide a TA Voucher prior to each class for which you are using TA. SDCC will reduce the tuition for each class paid by TA to $250 per credit. In this way, TA will pay all tuition for that class. Students are responsible to pay all fees and charges associated with each class.
Option F – Employer Tuition Reimbursement
You will need to provide a copy of your approved Employer Tuition Reimbursement form. Upon receipt, you will be permitted to delay tuition payment for each class until its conclusion. If your Employer Tuition Reimbursement does not cover 100% of your costs, you will need to have payment arrangements in place to cover the remainder of what you owe.
Students must have a confirmed financial aid plan in place before beginning class. SDCC does have a Partner Discount Program. For more information on this program click here.
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