The requirements for admission to Faith include a definite knowledge of Christ as Savior, an honest desire to know and to do the Lord's will, a genuine concern for the lost, a teachable heart and mind, a commitment to the doctrinal position of the College, a willingness to abide by the standards of the College while a student, and a readiness to apply oneself intellectually. Because of the school's specialized training and the standards of its constituency, applications from divorced persons or those married to divorced persons will not be processed. Faith Baptist Bible College admits qualified students who are personally committed to faith in Jesus Christ, regardless of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, or physical handicap.
Students applying to Faith are to have completed a high school program consisting ideally of a minimum of 4 years of English, 3 years each of science and math, and 2 years of social studies. All students are expected to have an official high school transcript including their final cumulative GPA, class rank, and ACT/SAT scores. GED passing scores are acceptable as a substitute.
Faith welcomes applications from students who have been home-schooled. Such students must meet all admissions standards. Home-schooled students must validate the work they have completed by a verifiable transcript and/or an acceptable acknowledgement such as a diploma. A home-schooled student may be asked to complete either the GED or the ACT to substantiate his or her preparation for entrance into college level academic study.
Post-Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO)
Dual-enrolled students may submit an application to participate in Faith's PSEO program as outlined by the Iowa Department of Education. Interested students should contact the Admissions Office and their local school district for additional information.
Students with Disabilities
Students with documented disabilities should comply with the normal application process. In addition, the student should note any special concerns for their academic success. Faith's director of health services and the coordinator of accommodations may assist the Admissions Office. Click here for more information.
Students with a Military Background
Spring Chorale TourMarch 6–15
Attend one of the Chorale's concerts in Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri.
Spring Chorale ConcertMarch 20
Join us on the Faith campus for the annual spring Chorale concert.
Scholarship WeekendMarch 19-21
For seniors who have applied to Faith. Get to know Faith personnel and interview for substantial scholarships.
Faith Pulpit DayMarch 30
This years Faith Pulpit Day will explore exposition in preaching, in theology, and in counseling.
Student Leadership SummitApril 16-18
Evangelist Will Galkin and Dr. Paul Hartog will help teens confront their culture rather than conform to it.