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Home-Schooled Students

California Baptist University provides a welcoming environment for college students who have been home-schooled. CBU's small classes and caring faculty and staff enable our home-schooled students to make a successful transition to college. Take home-schooled student Patrick O'Brien for example:

"I was home-schooled for my entire elementary and secondary education. The transition to California Baptist University was not difficult at all. In fact, I found the change in learning style quite enjoyable. In the way of music, I have had the opportunity to sing with the University Singers and play trumpet in the Brass Ensemble. I was able to compete nationally in springboard diving, placing seventh nationally. I have also been involved in student leadership working as a Resident Assistant and serving in Campus Ministries as a discipleship leader." -- Patrick O'Brien

How to Apply

Home-schooled students interested in attending California Baptist University should submit an application$45 application fee, two letters of recommendation, SAT or ACT scores, and one of the following: Official High School Transcripts or General Education Diploma or State Proficiency Exam.

Many home-schooled students accumulate credit at community colleges during their high school years; please have official transcripts sent from any college where units have been earned in order to receive proper credit.

Priority Application Deadline

The Undergraduate Admissions office upholds a rolling admission policy, which means that we do not have a set deadline for general application; however you will not receive your financial aid or be enrolled until you have been accepted to CBU. Submit your Fall 2016 application by the Priority Application Deadline of December 1st 2015, and you will know by Christmas whether or not you have been accepted! 

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Contact Information

For more information, contact Allen Johnson in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 1.877.228.8866.