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.
Everything You Need to Know
The Application Process
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.
For on-campus students, the deadline for applying is August 1. We recommend completing your application as soon as possible so you can receive your admissions response and make plans.
For online one- and two- year programs, the application for Fall 2023 is August 21st.
For students taking an individual class as a commuter, auditor, or online, the application deadline is two weeks prior to the beginning of the desired class.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Students who complete and meet the requirements of our two-year program will receive an Associate Degree in Biblical Studies.
Ethnos360 Bible Institute admits students of either sex, and any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. Ethnos360 Bible Institute does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship program and other school-administered programs.