UNDERGRADUATE APPLICATION PROCESS
Candidates for Admission
Applicants should be Christians seeking to know God and who would like a Bible education. Since BLI’s curriculum is on an undergraduate level, regular students should be high school graduates or have a G.E.D.
Biblical Life Institute admits qualified applicants regardless of gender, race, color, and national or ethnic origin who are personally committed to faith in Jesus Christ.
Acceptance to BLI is determined by:
- Aptitude for undergraduate-level study
- Fitness for life at BLI
- Christian character
The admissions department evaluates each component of the application. Even if applicants have struggled in a specific area, they are encouraged to continue with the application process.
All prospective students must:
- fill out our free online application
- request an official high school and college transcripts from all attended schools and have them sent to Biblical Life Institute*
- send SAT scores to Biblical Life Institute if high school GPA is below 2.5
*Students interested in only taking a single class (online or on campus) or our Short Term Courses of Study must fill out the online application but do not need transcripts sent to the school.
Once all of the application components have been received and evaluated, you will receive an update on your admissions status from the dean along with the next steps in the admissions process.
Transfer Students must be in good standing with their previous institutions. No credit will be granted for previous courses with a grade of less than “C” or its equivalent. Grade point averages for graduation will be based only upon work done at Biblical Life Institute. A transfer student must take a minimum of 64 hours at Biblical Life Institute in order to graduate from Biblical Life Institute.
Once all of the application components have been received and evaluated, you will receive an update on your admissions status from the academic dean along with the next steps in the admissions process.
Questions or Concerns:
If you have any questions about the admissions process, please call the admissions department at 724-295-2464, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the contact information request form.
Interested in a Short Term Program or a Single Class:
Students interested in taking a single class, whether online or on campus, or students that are interested in our Short Term Courses of Study must provide evidence of graduating high school along with filling out the online application form. Once the request components have been received and evaluated, you will receive an update on your admissions status from the academic dean along with the next steps in the admissions process.
A student who wishes to attend a BLI class without receiving credit should fill out the Request to Audit form.