West Coast Baptist College Online Application

FAQs

The standards of scholarship and Christian faith at West Coast Baptist College require a review and evaluation of every applicant. All application forms must be filled out completely. Letters of recommendation, statement of salvation testimony, moral character, integrity, and academic records will be considered. No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity of the school because of race, color, sex, or national origin. However, only persons who have a testimony of biblical salvation and have a sincere desire to serve Christ are eligible for admission.

When to Apply

A prospective student may apply anytime. There is no application deadline date, but we encourage you to apply early to reserve your space. Please submit your application to the Admissions Office during your junior or senior year in high school. Once an application is received, it will be processed as soon as possible. No reservation is final until the prospective student completes all forms and receives an official letter of acceptance.

To view more admissions policies, visit wcbc.edu/admissions/admissions-policies.


I'd like to take college classes, but I'm still a senior in high school.

High school seniors who would like to take college classes are eligible to enroll in our Fast Start Program. Students can earn up to 9 college credits while still in high school! The Fast Start program allows high school seniors to take up to 3 Bible classes through video lectures recorded during actual classes on the campus of West Coast Baptist College. The cost is $280 per credit hour.

When creating an account, select the option "Fast Start" under the "Online Programs."

I'd like to earn my masters degree from West Coast Baptist College.

There are two ways you can earn your master's degree, on campus or online. The application process for the master’s on campus program is the same as the undergraduate program for someone applying to come to campus. The application process for the master's online program for someone applying to earn their degree online is shorter and doesn't require parental information be filled out in the application.

Students applying for the master’s online program are required to provide college transcripts and two pastoral references. Students applying for the master’s on campus program are required to provide college transcripts, one pastor’s reference, one personal reference, along with a medical information form.

To learn more about our master's program, visit masters.wcbc.edu.

Which forms am I supposed to complete?

Applying for a college can be a bit overwhelming at times. It seems there is so much paperwork required before you step into your first class. Here at West Coast, we understand the struggle, and our admissions office is here to put you at ease. We strive to make the application process as seamless as possible, getting the paperwork out of the way so you can embrace and experience all college life at West Coast has to offer. Here is what you'll need to submit broken down by program::

Fast Start Program

  • Application for Admission
  • Pastor's Reference Form

Undergraduate Program

  • Application for Admission
  • Medical Form
  • Pastor's Reference Form
  • Personal Reference Form
  • High School/College Transcripts
    SAT College Code: 3717
    ACT College Code: 0473

Graduate Program: On Campus

  • Application for Admission
  • Medical Form
  • Pastor's Reference Form
  • Personal Reference Form
  • College Transcripts

Graduate Program: Online

  • Application for Admission
  • 2 Pastor's Reference Forms
  • College Transcripts

One Year Bible: Online

  • Application for Admission
  • Pastor's Reference Form
  • Personal Reference Form
  • High School/College Transcripts

How Do I Submit My Transcripts?

Transcripts can only be released from an academic institution with the permission of the student. Because of this, you will need to contact your high school or college directly regarding your transcripts. A transcript request form has been provided if requested by the sending institution.

I've completed the application, what do I need to do now?

After completing the application, you will need to pay the program fee. To pay, login to your account and click "Pay Now" at the top of the page. On the program payments page, select which program you need to pay for and continue through the checkout process.

I need my pastor or friend to fill out a reference form, where do I direct them to fill out the form?

Applicants needing a Pastor's Reference Form or Personal Reference Form will need to submit a request. When logged into your account, click "Send a Reference Request" under the create tab. There you will select the type of form needing to be submitted and a field to enter the reference's email. A request email will be sent containing a link to fill out the reference form. You will be notified by email when your request has been received.

I'm a pastor or friend of an applicant who was asked to fill out a reference form, how do I fill out the online reference form?

If you were asked to fill out a reference form and have not received a formal reference request, please ask the applicant to send a reference request. If you have received a reference request email, please click on the link provided in the email to be directed to the reference form page.

I've completed my application and I've paid the program fee, what's next?

After completing the application and paying the program fee, someone from the admissions office will contact you regarding your enrollment at West Coast Baptist College.

What type of financial aid scholarships do you offer?

Visit wcbc.edu/admissions/scholarships to learn about and apply for any of our eligible scholarships.

Does West Coast Baptist College have any tax benefits?

West Coast does have tax benefits! Visit wcbc.edu/admissions/tax-benefits to learn about our variety of annual tax benefits.

Can I download the application forms?

Yes, you can download any of the application forms if you want. Click here to download any of the forms.

I still have a question.

If you still have a question that needs to be answered, we would be more than happy to assist. You can call our Admissions Director at 888.694.9222 ext. 3110, or you can fill out the form below to ask any question you might have regarding your application to West Coast.


Non-Discriminatory Policy

West Coast Baptist College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. However, only persons who have a testimony of biblical salvation and have a sincere desire to serve Christ are eligible for admission.

Reasonable Accommodation Policy

West Coast Baptist College will reasonably accommodate otherwise qualified individuals with a disability unless such accommodation would pose an undue hardship, or would result in a fundamental alteration in the nature of the service, program or activity, or in undue financial or administrative burdens. Changes in teaching techniques occur continually as instructors discover new ways to aid handicapped students. The term “reasonable accommodation” is used in its general sense in this policy to apply to employees, students and visitors. Student requests for reasonable accommodation should be addressed to the Vice President of Student Affairs.

A student must self-identify as an individual with a disability and provide appropriate diagnostic information that substantiates the disability. The office of Student Affairs will then assess the impact of the disability on the student’s academic program and record the required academic accommodations in a memo to the instructor. All diagnostic information is confidential and therefore memos can be sent only at the student’s request.

Individuals who have complaints alleging discriminations based upon a disability may file them with the Director of Student Services.

To view more admissions policies, visit wcbc.edu/admissions/admissions-policies.

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