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Financial Aid



Where you go to college is one of the biggest decisions of your life.

You need in-demand degrees, outstanding faculty & staff, flexible class room formats, and a great campus location for any stage of life you are in.

That is why Central Baptist College exists!  However, we understand you need to know your cost so that you can make the best decision and reach your full potential after graduation.


CBC Freshmen

Qualify for federal & state aid and/or CBC Scholarships


CBC Freshmen

Average amount of grants & scholarships

$1 Million

More income 

Average additional income over a lifetime with a college degree!

We believe all students, who desire to, should be able to benefit from academic excellence in a Christ-centered environment; Freshman, Transfer, High School, or Adult student.

CBC FAFSA School Code: 001093

Cost Before Scholarships & Aid*


On Campus Classroom Experience

Below is the per credit hour amount, without fees, housing and before scholarships. Students can earn, on average, 40% worth of scholarships.  In addition to state & federal grants and loans. 

Per Credit Hour:


Mother and Child


Non-traditional adult learners in-class or online

Below is the per credit hour amount, without fees and before scholarships. Students can earn scholarships up to 25% off the cost of tuition. In addition to state & federal grants and loans. 

Per Credit Hour


Online Learning.


Summer, Winter & High School concurrent

Below is the amount for the summer & winter session courses only.  Click below to see all other course costs.  High School concurrent, single courses, internships, and Human Resources Certification. 

Starting at:


*Scholarships & Aid
(CBC Academic, Athletic, Music Scholarships & Grants; State Grants & Federal or Private Loans) 

Once all eligible aid is applied to your student account not all of your expenses may be covered completely.  Please work closely with the Financial Aid & Business Office to understand how much you may owe after your aid is applied and how to make payment.  The current annual average student scholarship & grant financial aid package is $9,947.

Our Commitment

We seek consistency and honesty in our plans and actions; we act as partners with our students, and we strive to provide the best customer service possible.  While staying committed to our financial, ethical and spiritual stewardship responsibilities.

Financial Aid & Process

Apply for Admission

This allows our Personal Admissions Counselors to create a personalized scholarship & aid package for you.

Complete your FAFSA

We will receive your FAFSA information within 2-3 days. After processing, we will send you a financial aid offer which will include the grants, scholarships, and student loans for which you are eligible.

Aid Package

Next, contact us with any questions, then complete your aid acceptance, and pay your tuition deposit.  This deposit is not an extra fee; it is applied to your total account balance.


Explore all the Central Baptist College scholarships that are available to qualifying students

Loans, Grants & Work

See how you could qualify for a federal work study job, Pell Grant, a student loan or get hired on campus.

Estimate Expenses

Estimate your your final cost after all your possible financial aid is applied to your account balance with our worksheet or net price calculator.


Emergency Grants

In response to the COVID-19 health crisis, the U.S. Department of Education allocated emergency grant funds for students in higher education.

Veteran Benefits

Central Baptist College meets requirements for training various branches of our active servicemen and women along with chapters of the Veterans Administration programs.

Thank you for your service!

Financial Aid Education

We are here to help educate you in financial aid best practices. You will find videos & webinars to help you with the FAFSA, state & federal aid updates, and responsible borrowing. 

Employee Tuition Remission

Employees who would like to pursue a degree or a course for themselves, or a dependent can request the benefit here.

Financial Aid Staff

Office Hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Thursday
Summer Hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Thursday (May 8th – July 28th)

Fridays: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Lori Lee

Director of Financial Aid

(501) 205 - 8911

Mandy Curtis

Amanda Curtis

Financial Aid Counselor

(501) 205 - 8833

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Carey Wise

Financial Aid Services Coordinator

(501) 205-8811

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