FAQs

FAQs

You've got questions - and we've got answers. Check below to find out the answers to many commonly asked questions.

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Q. How do I get started?

A. You can apply online now.

Q. How do online classes work?

A. Central Christian College of Kansas offers asynchronous online classes, which means that there are no specific class times. Log on when and where you want based on what’s convenient for you. This type of flexibility allows you to easily integrate your coursework into your professional and personal life.

Q. Is Central Christian College of Kansas an accredited school?

A. Yes. Central Christian College of Kansas is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Q. Is an online format comparable to the traditional, on-campus format?

A. Yes. Numerous studies have proven that distance learners perform as well or better than their on-campus counterparts. In addition, many employers look very favorably on the fact that online students have the discipline to pursue a degree while working and manage their own schedules.

Q. What financial aid options are available?

A. There are a variety of financial aid options. Some possible ways to finance your education include:

  • Employer Tuition Reimbursement
  • Veterans’ Benefits
  • Scholarships
  • Federal Financial Aid Grant and Loan Programs

Visit our financial aid page for more information.

Q. Will a college degree make a difference in my career?

A. In our increasingly competitive world, employers place greater value on education than ever before. Today, college graduates, on average, earn an income of 75% more than high school graduates. Over the course of a career, college graduates, on average, earn almost $1 million more than a high school graduate. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Education is essential in getting a high-paying job. In fact, for all but one of the 50 highest paying occupations, a college degree or higher is the most significant source of education or training.”

Q. Will my diploma be categorized as “online”?

A. No. Central Christian College of Kansas diplomas state the student's name and degree earned, with no distinction between residential or online degree programs.

Q. Does CCCK Online Accept Transfer Credits

A. Yes. Central Christian College of Kansas Online allows you to transfer a maximum of 90 credits toward your associate’s or bachelor’s program.

This generous transfer policy means:

  • Less time spent on general education courses
  • Complete your degree more quickly
  • Save money based on the number of units you transfer over
Q. How Will I Know if My Credits Will Transfer?

A. Transfer credits will normally be awarded if earned at a regionally accredited institution and completed with a grade of C- or better. Central Christian College of Kansas’ transcript reflects a cumulative grade point average of all courses taken at Central Christian and those that have been transferred in.

Courses awarded a P (pass) or S (satisfactory) can also be assessed for transfer credit. Courses with grades below a C- are not eligible for transfer credit. Audit (AU) courses also are not eligible for transfer credit, but can be considered by departments in association with pre-requisites or participation requirements.

Individuals looking to transfer credits to Central Christian College of Kansas Online degree may want to speak to an Enrollment Advisor especially if the individual has:

  • A degree from an accredited two-year program (ex. Associates or community college courses)
  • Taken courses at an accredited four-year institution
  • Taken courses at an approved unaccredited institution
  • Taken CLEP or AP examinations
  • Have documented Military Training  
Q. I’m a veteran or actively serving military personnel, will courses I've taken during the time I served be accepted?

A. Central Christian College of Kansas recognizes the transferability of learning received as part of military training. Evaluations of military credit will adhere to the recommendations of the American Council of Education (ACE) Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services.

Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard:

Individuals serving in the Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard will need to submit the following:

  • ACE Joint Services Transcript
  • Additional documentation as required

Air Force:

  • Students graduating from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF), with an Associate of Arts degree, will be accepted as having met the General Education requirements for graduation (such as Speech, English, and Social Science) with a maximum of 64 credits eligible for transfer. Students may still need to complete certain Christian Worldview requirements, which are not included in the General Education requirements, but are a part of the educational requirements mandated by the College.
  • Students graduating from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) with a Professional Certification will receive transfer credit, though may still need to complete certain general education requirements. Transcripts from the Air Force will be evaluated under the guidelines of Category Three.
Q: What to Expect When Filling Out the Form?

A: You can expect:

  • A call from an enrollment advisor
  • Help with the application and financial aid
  • Information about requirements, courses and start dates
  • Enrolling at CCCK Online
  • Preparing for your first day of class!
Q. What are the minimum technology requirements for online courses?

A. Computer requirements include:

  • A Pentium 4 or later Windows computer with Windows XP or Vista or later
  • An Apple PowerPC G4 or later Apple computer with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later
  • Minimum 2 GB of memory (RAM)
  • A current word processing software application
  • A headset with microphone

Browser Requirements

  • Internet Explorer or Firefox for Windows computers
  • Firefox for Apple computers

Internet Access

Broadband Internet connection is required. Examples of broadband Internet include high-speed DSL or cable Internet connections.

Additional Software Requirements