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The Application Process

Follow the admission checklist below to learn how to apply to Ethnos360 Bible Institute. Once you start an application, an admissions team member will be in touch shortly to help you through the admission process as well.

1

Review Application Requirements

  • Be at least 17 years of age at the time of registration.
  • Be a high school graduate or have obtained a General Equivalency Diploma (GED).
  • Must live respectfully with Ethnos360’s Statement of Faith.
  • Must live respectfully with EBI’s code of conduct.
  • Give testimony of salvation through faith in Jesus.
  • Have a desire to study the Bible.
  • International students: view admissions requirement
2

Complete the Online Application

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This includes your basic contact information, personal history and testimony of salvation. This usually takes about 30-45 minutes, but you can save your progress as you go.

3

Submit the Application Materials

You will need to submit the following application materials. References are kept completely confidential.

  • Two Personal References: These references should have known the applicant for at least two years and should not be immediate family members. Applicants will often use a family friend, mentor or boss.
  • One Pastoral Reference: This reference is usually a pastor within the local assembly where the applicant attends. However, the applicant may use a spiritual mentor in place if necessary.
  • Highschool / College Transcript
4

Receive An Admissions Response

It takes one to two weeks to process a complete admission application. We recommend contacting your references to ensure they received and completed their reference form. After your application has been reviewed, you will receive a letter or email notification outlining your application status.

FAQ

How long will it take to hear back from the Admissions office?

You should hear back from the Admissions Office within five business days of submitting your application. You will receive an official admissions decision once your three references have been received. References can frequently hold up the application process so we recommend getting in touch with your references to ensure they complete their forms.

When is the application deadline?

Aug. 1 is the application deadline for full-time students both online and on-campus. We recommend completing your application as soon as possible so you can receive your admissions response and make plans.

For students taking an individual class as a commuter, auditor, or online, the application deadline is one week prior to the beginning of the desired class.

Can I transfer credits in from another college?

This usually depends on the courses previously taken. The best thing to do if you are curious about transferring credits is to email a copy of your transcript to our school registrar along with an introduction explaining your question. Registrar: chuck_smith@ntm.org.

What is Ethnos360 Bible Institute's accreditation status?

Ethnos360 Bible Institute will be submitting their application for accreditation through TRACS in the Fall of 2022. EBI expects to be accredited by the Fall of 2024.

Although Ethnos360 Bible Institute is not yet accredited, many Christian colleges and universities do accept our credits. See Accreditation page for details.

What degree do I graduate with?

Students who complete and meet the requirements of our two-year program will receive an Associate Degree in Biblical Studies.

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Mike Day

Admissions Director

262.542.9411 (ext. 1314)
mike_day@ntm.org

 

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