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Frequently Ask Questions
- There are mainly three simple reasons why the students chose JBC. Firstly, it is because the medium of instruction is English, but interpretation service is provided concurrently during class hours for the students who are not proficient in English. Secondly, because of affordable tuition fees, the existing students and prospective students are attracted. We only charge $40.00 per credit hour. Thirdly, it is because of our flexible class schedules which meet the need of working adults who are mostly available in the evenings and weekends.
- Classes are held on Friday evenings and Saturdays to meet the needs of working students. Our class schedules normally do not conflict with the schedules of most working adults. In the National Capital Region Campus, we only provide Saturday classes from 8:00AM to 5:00PM.
- Prospective students or current students, who have been residents of New York State for a minumum of one year, are eligible to apply for Federal PELL Grant and Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) for the students enrolled for Davis College programs if they meet the eligibility requirements. For now, only Students from Buffalo campus are eligible for PELL grant and TAP as the state approval for Davis College's teaching site with JBC has not been granted in Maryland yet. However, the prospective students or current students from all teaching sites, who are in need of financial aid, may be eligible for Wesley Scholarship or Judson Scholarship if they wish to apply. The school has made the tuition fees very reasonable and affordable to prospective students. Students are expected to complete 12 courses per academic year. There are 3 credit hours per course. Students enrolled for Davis College programs are eligible for Pell grant. The students upon their successful completion of Diploma in Ministerial Studies are eligible to pursue their Bachelor Degree with Davis College provided they hold High School Diploma from their motherland or in the United States.
- Judson Bible College (JBC) is a member of Association for Christian Distance Education (ACCESS) and certified by Seminary Extension (SE) JBC is a teaching site of Davis College, which is accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education and Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE)
- Yes, JBC is affiliated with Davis College. And, the courses designed for Diploma in Ministerial Studies at JBC are accepted by David College only if JBC students hold High School Diploma. JBC students who have successfully completed their 2-year Diploma courses, are eligible to transfer their credit hours toward Davis College program as a third year students if they only manage to pass High School or equivalent education at the time. This means, transfer students will pursue another two-year Degree courses for Davis College program for Bachelor Degree in Ministerial Studies.
Davis College was accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education in 2005. The Commission is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education for accrediting activities in the Middle States region, which includes the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Island.
In 2006, Davis College was reaffirmed for its accreditation with the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) for the next ten years. ABHE provides accreditation and services for institutions and programs of biblical higher education within Canada, the United States, and related territories. Davis College has been accredited by ABHE since 1985.
- There are a few advantages for joining JBC for those who are serious and determined about pursuing Theological studies and serving God in future. Students are attracted to JBC because of its reasonable tuition fees and experienced Bible teachers, scholars, and professors.