Join our Family

Enrolling into college can be confusing. At Indiana Bible College we have simplified the application process so that you can meet application deadlines and criteria with ease. The IBC enrollment staff is also available to assist enrollees with any concerns and inquiries they may have. Our goal at Indiana Bible College is to make the admissions process as comprehensive as possible by providing students and parents with the resources they need to succeed.

Meet the Requirements

Spiritual Requirements

Students are required to live according to Biblical Christian disciplines at all times. Applications of these disciplines are found in the United Pentecostal Church Manual and college policy.

Students must be faithful in chapel and church attendance and paying of tithes and offerings. Practices which are known to be morally wrong by Biblical teaching are not acceptable for members of the college community.

Physical Requirements

Included in the application packet is a Student Health Certification form. Applicants are required to complete, sign, and submit this form.

IBC’s academic policy requires faithful class attendance. Any applicant with physical or medical problems that could prevent the student from being able to faithfully attend classes should inform the college in writing.

Academic Requirements

Students applying for Indiana Bible College must have a High School diploma, or equivalent.

Those wishing to apply for the OYB (one year bachelor) and TYB (two year bachelor) must have the appropriate number of college credits (128 and 64 respectively).

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Fall 2019 Application Deadline | July 12, 2019

How to Apply

Fill out, and submit the online application.

Parts of the application:
1. Online Application for Enrollment
Download, fill out and email to
2. Consent Form
3. Health History Form
4. Transcript from previous schooling
5. Pastoral Reference (to be completed by the Pastor)
6. Application fee $40 (Mailed to IBC)

Review Process

Once we receive all components of your application, we will send you a letter of receipt. The department dean will review your file. Be patient with us, this process may take a little while.

Welcome to the Family

After your application has been received, reviewed and accepted you will be notified by both email and postal mail.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition/ Room and Board

Full-time tuition (12 – 19 credits)
$1850.00 per semester
Part-time tuition (11 or fewer credits)
$150.00 per credit hour
Tuition (Above 19 credits)
$70.00 per credit hour
$50.00 per credit hour
Room and Board
$1950.00 per semester

Miscellaneous Fees

Application Fee
Activity Fee
$175.00 (Per semester)
Official Transcript
Graduation Fee
$100.00 (Paid semester of graduation)
Late Registration Fee
Late Registration Fee
Returned Check Fee
$39.00 (Per check)
Proficiency Exams
$25.00 (Per exam)
Room Deposit
Vehicle Registration Fee
$25.00 (Per semester)
Music Lessons
$195.00 (Per semester)
Estimated $250.00 per semester
General Off-Campus Student Fee

Annual Costs

Activity Fee
Room and Board
Estimated Annual Cost

Required Payment Schedule

Fall Semester
$2475.00 due at or before Registration in August*
$500.00 due September 15
$500.00 due October 15
$500.00 due November 15

Spring Semester
$2475.00 due at or before Registration in January*
$500.00 due February 15
$500.00 due March 15
$500.00 due April 15

*This includes tuition, all fees (except room deposit and lessons) and the first four weeks of room and board.
Fees are payable at registration and may not be placed on the student’s account.
Tuition, room and board, and fees are subject to change