At Nebraska Christian College, we are focused on Creating Church Leaders.
There is disturbing data that reveals the minimal impact Church is having upon our society in the United States. Fewer Millennials have any connection whatsoever with Christianity or a religion of any kind more than previous generations in history. It is with utmost urgency that we train up church leaders who will lead these people and the generations after them to follow Christ.
We are searching for those students who are stirred by this compelling vision, who want to reverse this trend in our modern history. It is our desire to have young people who are already leading in their church youth groups, schools, sports teams, clubs, and volunteer organizations. They recognize the need for the Gospel of Christ to be shared far and wide.
We want to equip those students with sound Biblical teaching from our dedicated faculty and with profound practical experiences, led by practitioners currently serving in growing churches around the country. Both aspects are absolutely essential for our students to be fully trained for the task ahead of them.
If this inspires you, then we’d love for you to consider applying to Nebraska Christian College. You can apply here. When applying, we recommend that you collect the following information:
Students are encouraged to look over the application before filling it out. There is a short answer question, contact information for two references, an essay for admissions, and an optional scholarship essay that should be prepared prior to submitting this application. This application cannot be saved, so it is recommended that students prepare these documents before starting the application.
If you have any further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*NC welcomes home schooled students, and in certain instances, a person who has not graduated from high school may be admitted as a non-degree student.
**NC will accept ACT scores printed on an official high school transcript. This requirement is sometimes waived for students who have been out of high school for more than two years.