How to Apply to RBC

Posted On February 17, 2021

If you’re considering applying to Reformation Bible College, I’d like to give you an overview of what you can expect. The Admissions Team has streamlined the process to make it straightforward for you, our applicant. To start, you complete our simple online application form. This gathers basic information, like how we can contact you, the academic term and program you are interested in, your high school graduation date, and more. It can be completed in as little as five minutes.

Once our team receives your application, we send you a link to a form where you can upload your admissions documents. For the on-campus process, you will need:

  • Official high school transcripts, or if you have completed twelve or more credit hours in college, your official college transcripts
  • 1–2 page Christian testimony essay
  • 4–6 page writing sample
  • Academic and church reference

For our Foundation Year Online applicants, we require your official high school or college transcripts, a 1–2 page Christian testimony essay, and your church reference’s contact information.

As you’re working on these documents, we will be in touch to answer any questions you may have, as well as encourage you in your work.

Once we receive your application packet, everything is taken under consideration, and we will then follow up with an admissions decision within a few business days.

If you are looking at joining us for the fall semester, I encourage you to submit your application and documents for on-campus consideration by March 1. This way, you will receive our early application discount, saving you $500 on your first year of tuition. If you are considering joining us online through our Foundation Year program, you get a special offer, too—submit all of your admission documents by July 1, and your fall enrollment fee will be waived. There’s no better time than now to begin the application process. Please let us know how we can serve you.

We’re here to help and you can reach us at 888-722-1517 or

Madie Martin is director of Admissions at Reformation Bible College.

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