Financial Services & Fees at Carolina Christian College


Various forms of financial aid are made available. Contact the Financial Aid Director who will answer questions and help estimate eligibility for financial assistance. The Financial Aid Office may be reached during regular office hours (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday) or by appointment. Call (336) 744-0900.

To determine financial aid eligibility in a timely manner, the student must contact the Financial Aid Office at least SIX weeks prior to the beginning of a semester. Identify yourself as a student with questions about financial aid. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available through the Program Office or you can access it online at using School code:035703.



The awarding of grants and loans depends upon a variety of factors, but primarily, the student's demonstrated financial need. Some of the most common forms of grant assistance are as follow:

Federal Pell Grant & Federal Supplemental Equal Opportunity Grant. The grants are a non-repayable grant from the federal government to the student. To apply the student must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Financial aid is based on income and other factors such as the number of family dependents. The student must supply a copy of his/her IRS Form 1040.

Federal Stafford Loan Program. The Stafford loans are either subsidized or unsubsidized. The student can receive a subsidized loan and an unsubsidized loan for the same enrollment period. A subsidized loan is awarded on the basis of financial need. The student will not be charged any interest before beginning repayment or during authorized periods of deferment. The Federal Government "subsidizes" the interest during these periods. An unsubsidized loan is not awarded on the basis of need. The student will be charged interest from the time the loan is disbursed until it is paid in full. If the interest is allowed to accumulate, it will be capitalized. That is, the interest will be added to the principle amount of the student's loan and additional interest will be based upon the higher amount.

These loans must be repaid by making payments beginning six months after a student graduates, leaves college, or drops below half-time enrollment.

Veteran Affairs Benefits. Because of the high standard of academic merit that CCC currently holds, the Department of Veteran Affairs has approved CCC to offer VA benefits through the GI bill. Qualifying students can now have part or all of their tuition financed through the GI bill. Contact Dean Lucas for qualification criteria.

Employee Reimbursement Program. The student should contact his/her company's personnel office to investigate this source of financial assistance.


Carolina Christian College is supported by the contributions of congregations and individuals from around the United States. Without their generous support it would be impossible for the College to provide students with quality ministerial education.

Carolina Christian College does not want to turn students away because they lacks funds to cover educational costs. However, the College has only limited scholarship funds available, and it expects the student to do everything possible to provide for his/her needs before requesting special assistance. Although most of our students work to secure funds to finance their education, we assist those who may have special needs. Each student is expected to assume his financial obligations in a conscientious manner.

Tuition and fees are due at the beginning of the semester. All tuition for part-time students must be paid at registration. Deferred payments may be arranged for full-time students with a minimum of 10% paid at registration and the balance in monthly installments.

No final examination may be taken until accounts are made current. No degree or diploma will be granted or transcript issued until all financial obligations have been satisfactorily discharged.

The College seeks to maintain all student charges at as low a level as possible. However, if future requirements necessitate cost adjustments, the College reserves the right to change fees, modify services, or change its programs without notice.

The cost of an education at Carolina Christian College is subsidized by the generous contributions of many friends of CCC from around the world. The cost that the student pays is approximately 25% of the total cost.

Institutional Disclosure

Graduation Rate:




2011-25/38 Ministry/Non-Ministry

2013-50/0 Ministry/Non-Ministry

Loan Debt




Student Satisfaction

  • 94% of our students agree or strongly agree that our professors are friendly and helpful
  • 96% of our students strongly agree that our classroom environment is conducive to learning
  • 94% of our students strongly agree that the academic advice they were given was beneficial
  • 93% of our students strongly agree that their education has helped them lead others to Christ
  • 96% of our student strongly agree the the teaching method at Carolina Christian College was beneficial

    Source- 2011-2013 IPEDS Data Feedback Report



Application Fee (one time)
$ 50.00
Registration Fee (per semester)
$ 50.00
Late Registration Fee
$ 50.00
Orientation fee
$ 50.00
Student Fees
$ 475.00
Drop/Add Fee (per class)
$ 25.00
Late Exam Fee
Transcript Fee
$ 8.00
Return Title/Change title IV Funds
$ 200.00
Connect/Email Password Recovery
$ 20.00
Admin Fee
$ 100.00
Student ID
$ 5.00
Reinstatement Fee
$ 200.00
Audit per class
$ 50.00
CLEP, DANTES(per credit hour transcripted)
$ 30.00



Undergratuate FEE SCHEDULE

Tuition Bundle (per semester)
$ 3500.00
Graduation Fee $150.00


Full Time Tuition
$ 3750.00
Books (average per semester) $400.00
Graduation Fee $250.00


* All Fees Subject to Change