911 E. Urbandale Drive, Moberly, MO 65270 | 660-263-3900

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Why should our family choose Central Christian College of the Bible?

CCCB ADMISSIONS PROCESS
CCCB FINANCIAL AID PROCESS
  • File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) soon after January 1 of the year you plan to attend. This form determines your eligibility for federal and state aid, including loans and need-based institutional aid. Be sure to list Central Christian College of the Bible (code 014619) on the FAFSA when prompted.
  • Review your Award Letter. You will receive this letter in the mail soon after your application is processed by the Financial Aid Office.
    • The Financial Aid Office determines this package by reviewing your FAFSA.
    • The financial aid awards listed in your Award Letter may be adjusted as new information is received.
  • Submit all items requested in your Award Letter to the Financial Aid Office.
    • This is also a good time to determine if you want to apply Loans.
  • Review your revised Award Letter (if applicable).
    • You will receive a revised award after submitting new information and/or all items requested by the Financial Aid Office.
    • Once you have submitted your enrollment deposit you will have access to the student portal where you can select the Student Financials tab and review your financial aid status.
  • Continue your enrollment process at Central and review your payment plan options.

Our family has chosen Central Christian College of the Bible, now what?

 

  • The Student Handbook describes our campus expectations and services. You will receive a paper copy at registration, but you can also take a look at it online by clicking here.

 

 

  • Students living in the dorm need to bring the essentials that will work with the space available. Click here to get a packing list from Student Development.

 

  • When you come to campus, visit the CCCB Bookstore to pick up shirts and other Central merchandise. You can also shop online at www.cccbstore.com.

 

  • Mark your calendar for Heritage Day. A couple of weeks after school starts, we host an event for friends and family members of the college community to attend. Heritage Day is a great chance for parents and grandparents to come to campus and experience CCCB for themselves. Find out more about Heritage Day by clicking here.

 

  • Get connected with the community by reading our newsmagazine, theTORCH. Past issues are available online here

 

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