ICCS maintains an “open door” admissions policy on a first come, first served basis. Any applicant who is at least 18 years old, has a high school diploma (or GED, or international equivalent) may be admitted to the College, except TOEFL is required for non-native English speakers).
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Students will be notified upon acceptance of application.
Application is accepted via online form at www.ICCSonline.net. Registration is accomplished by administrative personnel. Payment of tuition and fees are accomplished through the student’s School Management System account.
1. Submit a completed ICCS application form, with required attachments, and application fee
2. Interview with advisor to discuss educational plan and select classes
3. Complete TOEFL (if required)
4. Complete enrollment contract (if required)
5. Request classes to Admin@ICCSonline.net
6. Pay tuition and fees
7. Take ICCS Online Orientation Course
8. Start classes
NOTE: The National Association for College Admission Counseling provides excellent student and parent resources for preparing, searching, applying, financing, and succeeding in college. More information can be found at http://www.nacacnet.org/studentinfo/Pages/Default.aspx.
Students may be required to submit an enrollment agreement to be admitted to the school, based on student loans, scholarships, or grants. The enrollment agreement is for the entirety of the program, however, students will pay for each semester/term separately. Students may cancel and/or change this enrollment agreement at any time after fulfillment of individual term/semester/class commitments. Students completing one program and entering another must submit a new enrollment agreement, however, their tuition and fees will be limited only to the remaining requirements. Continuing education and training students who are not seeking an academic certificate or degree are not required to submit an enrollment agreement. Enrollment agreements are not required for most students.
Once a student has been admitted and maintains continuous enrollment, they may complete one level of achievement and continue through higher levels of achievement without having to re-apply. For example, if a student finishes the Certificate program and desires to continue through the Associate of Arts program, followed by the Bachelor of Arts program, they may do so.
The International College for Christian Studies admits students and provides employment to individuals of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, creed, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation, physical disability, or veteran status. It does not discriminate in any of these categories in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, loan, or grant programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs, and provides all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities to all students generally accorded or made available to any students at the school.
Individuals with physical limitations are welcome to attend any and all courses as well as serve in faculty and staff positions; accommodations will be made in accordance with requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
All recruitment and admissions material complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the ADA, and the Internal Revenue Service. Inquiries regarding ICCS’s compliance with the ADA, or requests for accommodations for persons with disabilities can be directed to:
International College for Christian Studies
EEO/ADA/Affirmative Action Coordinator
PO Box 6164
San Antonio, TX 78209
The International College for Christian Studies (ICCS) believes all people should have the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge to increase their ability to perform their jobs, improve their life, and/or develop their relationships with God and other people. Resources permitting, and as long as the standards are maintained, instruction shall be adapted to individual student needs. This principle applies to flexibility in instructional strategies while maintaining high academic standards.
The official language used at the College is English, and although ICCS will ensure the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to taking individual classes, non-native English speakers must pass the Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam with a score of 550 for paper tests and 78 for internet-based tests to be granted admission to an academic program. Accommodations will not be made to allow for participation in educational and vocational programs in other languages. All classes, seminars, and written material are in English. For general information on taking the TOEFL, please visit https://www.esldirectory.com/english-language-exams/toefl-exam/. ICCS uses the TOEFL iBT® as our standard. For more information, please https://www.ets.org/toefl/test-takers/ibt/about.html. ICCS is a member of the TOEFL Designated Institutions Network. When you are ready to take the exam, our assigned TOEFL iBT® Code: C859; please ensure you use this code so the scores are sent directly to us.
Confidentiality/Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
The following statement concerning student records maintained by ICCS is published in compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. The release of information to the public without the consent of the student is limited to that designated as directory information. Directory information includes full name, mailing address, telephone number, year and place of birth, major field of study, dates of attendance, degrees, certificates and awards, name of the previous educational institution attended, student classification, and enrollment status. Any student objecting to the release of all or any portion of such information must notify Admissions and Records within the first 12 class days of the semester. The restriction will remain in effect until revoked by the student.