Registrar

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Welcome to the Office of the Registrar at Champion Christian College. The Office of the Registrar maintains the integrity of academic records and implements college regulations and standards.  The following resources are available through our office: course registration, schedule of classes and official academic records.

We are located on the second floor of the Champion Building.
Email: Registrar
Phone: 501-624-5288 ex. 401

ACADEMIC POLICY

Champion Christian College faculty members teach classes from a Biblical worldview and to the highest academic standards. Students attend each class for which they are registered and are expected to apply the appropriate time and energy necessary to earn the best possible grade in each class. In addition, students are expected to respect both professors and fellow students and exhibit deportment that helps create a positive learning environment in each classroom.

Honor Roll

Students who meet the following GPA criteria may qualify to be named on the college dean’s list for a given semester: Dean’s List – 3.50 – 3.85 President’s List – 3.86 – 4.00

COURSE INFORMATION AND SCHEDULES

Academic Calendar

The Academic Calendar contains information on Drop/Add date for course and other important information.

Fall 2017/18 Class Schedule

2017/18 Fall Class Schedule

Degree Programs and Concentrations

  1. Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies (minimum of 120 credit hours)
    A student must complete the Bible and General Education Core Requirements.
    Area of concentration: Student must choose a minimum of 32 credit hours in an area of professional studies and a minimum of 18 credit hours in a related area of professional studies in consultation with an academic advisor. All courses must be passed with a minimum “C” grade.Areas of Concentration: Business; Criminal Justice; Health Sciences; Sport Management
  2. Associates of Arts in Professional Studies ( minimum of 60 credit hours)
    A student must complete the Bible and General Education Core Requirements.
    Student must choose additional directed elective course in an area of professional studies in consultation with an academic advisor.
  3. Bachelor of Arts in Church Ministries ( minimum of 120 credit hours)
    A student must complete the Bible and General Education Core requirements.
    Student must choose an area of concentration and directed electives in consultation with an academic advisor. All courses must be passed with a minimum of “C” grade.Areas of Concentrations: Elementary, Secondary Education; Pastoral Studies; Youth and Family Ministry; Missions Ministry; Music Ministry
FERPA

FERPA (The Family Educatinal Rights and Privacy Act) is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of education records. FERPA provides guidelines for using and releasing student education records.

FERPA gives students certain rights with respect to their education records. These four primary rights are:

  1. The right to inspect and to review their education records.
  2. The right to ask for records to be amended.
  3. The right to request that the school not disclose directory information
  4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education regarding non-compliance with the requirements of FERPA by the college.

Name and address of the office that administers FERPA is:
Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, S.W.
Washington, DC 20202-5920

TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM

Please complete the following Transcript Request Form to request transcripts.

ACADEMIC APPEALS

The scope of Champion Christian College’s Academic Appeals Policy includes issues of improper grade assignment, charges of plagiarism, charges of cheating, discriminatory treatment of students, and instructor inconsistency with the written grading criteria. Champion students have the right to appeal the above mentioned academic issues within nine weeks after the official termination of the course. To  initiate an appeal, a student meets with the Vice President of Student Services, located on the 2nd floor of Champion Hall, to discuss the proper procedure. This meeting also ensures that the student has thought out the complaint and has exhausted any hope of resolving the matter informally with his/her instructor. To obtain a copy of the Academic Appeals Policy, students may refer to the CCC Student Handbook or obtain a copy of the policy when they meet with the Vice President of Student Services .

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