Admissions

21 august

Start Date: Fall 2017
On Campus: South Bend

Apply now for admissions into
World Harvest Bible College!

To be considered for admissions into World Harvest Bible College, please download the application packet by clicking on the link below. WHBC is an accredited institution of higher learning. Consequently, we will need the packet to be completed along with transcripts from high school or college. In the absence of transcripts or diplomas, WHBC performs testing on campus to determine the ability to benefit from continuing education. The Adult Studies Program does not require these, as it is a non-accredited program. Download the catalog for a comprehensive list of costs and fees at WHBC.

Application
Catalog
flexible

Start Date: Open
On Campus: South Bend

Apply for Graduate Studies at
World Harvest Bible College!

World Harvest Bible College offers graduate degrees in ministry and theology. If you already hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution of higher learning, you may apply for graduate studeies. The graduate catalog lists the courses and graduate degrees offered by WHBC. If you hold a bachelors in a field outside of ministry or theology, you can still get on course with an advanced degree. Call admissions at 574-413-6852 and get answers from the campus director, Rev. Daniel Geer.

Applications
Graduate Catalog
29 august

Start Date: Fall 2017
On Campus: South Bend

Enter the Elective Studies Program
for contnued learning and personal growth.

The Elective Studies Program is designed for people who do not want to incure the cost of an accredited degree and do not have the time to give in obtaining it. Using course materials originally authored by Dr. Lester Sumrall, students in Elective Studies gain a deeper understanding of scripture and the ways of the Lord. The cost of each course includes the study guide for that subject. Meetings are 4 weeks for 2 hours per topic; WHBC offers 3 per semester. A certificate of acheivement is given for every student completing three of these courses in one semester. Since the courses are non-accredited, there is no testing required. Learning and conversation are all that is needed for Elective Studies!