Would you like to learn in an environment focused on your educational, vocational, and spiritual development?
Our campus life experience focuses on helping you achieve your Christ-centered goals, allowing you to become a Christian but graduate as a leader. CCCB provides an environment that nurtures your spiritual growth through classes, community, and events with staff and faculty who care. Relationships are an essential part of the learning process.
Our students learn and grow in a nurturing yet challenging environment that features opportunities for service, recreation, and lifelong making.
Throughout the school year, there are special functions designed to contribute to the growth of the student or of the people who support CCCB. In addition to the regular events listed below, there are special events sponsored by the Student Council and hosted by our staff and faculty.
- New Student Orientation is held before the start of each semester. New students are introduced to the college and informational sessions are given to help them become acclimated to their new surroundings. Orientation is required for new students.
- Trivia Nights are held every semester where you can come test your knowledge against some pretty smart folks.
- Hiking locally where students get to experience the beauty of central Missouri.
- Christmas Ball the campus community comes together annually in late November/early December to have a formal diner and dance.
- Saints Nights we designate a couple basketball games each year as a night to come out and support our Saints teams.
The Student Council is the liaison between the College and the student body. It represents student interests to the administration and faculty. The Student Council plans spiritual and social activities each year and assists with New Student Orientation. Student Council provides students with opportunities to experience and grow in Christian leadership. The Student Council is comprised of the class officers elected from each class as well as evening representatives. Class officers choose the Student Council president, vice president, and secretary/treasurer. All students are encouraged to share their ideas and concerns with their representatives/class officers. The Associate Director of Student Development serves as the overseer for the student council.
Our Athletic Department is so much more than just coaching and recruiting. They also contribute to the physical health and well-being of our campus by organizing and managing sporting activities for faculty, staff and students. Expect to see things like Ultimate Frisbee, Frisbee Golf, Pool, Ping Pong, Corn-hole, Volleyball, and others. Students can be in class one hour and the next be competing with the person that just barely passed that last quiz.
Wellness can mean so many things. At Central it means we help students learn how to make life choices that benefit the mind, body, and spirit. How? In our cafeteria, we have designations for the healthiest choices for each meal being served. Students can take a CPR class on campus to become certified as a way to serve their campus, their students, their churches, their ministries. Additionally, we have a room where we have designated equipment for exercise including free weights, weight machines, and cardio equipment.
As a traditional undergraduate Bible college, Central equips men and women for leadership in the Kingdom of God both nationally and internationally. The Athletics Department at Central not only fully supports this mission, but strives to enhance the College's effort by providing quality programs that promote servant leadership, academic excellence, athletic excellence, and unity/fellowship with other believers.
Athletics have played a role at the College since 1958, and continue to grow and improve in every way. CCCB offers six intercollegiate sports at the varsity level: men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross country, and men's and women's soccer.
CCCB is a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Division II and competes within the Midwest Christian College Conference, a league of fellow Christian colleges from Iowa, Kansas and Missouri, who are all members of either the NCCAA or the Association of Christian College Athletics (ACCA).