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How to apply to Central Baptist College

Applying for admission at Central Baptist College is easy! Simply select and complete the correct online application below. If you need assistance, please contact us, and we will guide you to the application that best matches your educational goals. Shortly after you submit your online application, an Admissions Office representative will contact you and begin to guide you through the admission process. Now, select the link below that best identifies you, and get started!

Traditional College Program (Recent high school graduate degree seeking students):

First Time Entering Students
Transfer Students
International Students

Re-admit Students (Attended CBC in the past)

At Central Baptist College, we want to get to know our applicants better. That’s why we’ve partnered with ZeeMee, a free service that lets you easily add short videos and photos to your college application. Through ZeeMee, you can tell us more about your interests, accomplishments, and challenges you’ve overcome, both inside and outside the classroom. Just create your free profile at and paste your link into the CBC application. Please note that submitting a ZeeMee profile is completely optional, but it’s also a fun way to set yourself apart and share your story with us. We’re excited to learn more about you! 

PACE & Online Degree Programs (Full time working adult degree seeking students):

Non-Degree Seeking Options (Students that just want to take a few classes & not seek a full degree):

Summer Sessions
HS Concurrent Credit
Human Resource Exam Prep Course

In cooperation with the Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act-Statute 104. All information pertaining to graduation rates, student-athlete graduation rates, transfer rates, and campus safety and security statistics are made available on the Institutional Research page.

Before registering for courses each semester please access the Act 852 Economic Security Report from the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services. The report includes employment and earnings outcomes of Arkansas’s graduates from state-supported institutions of higher education.