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  • Heritage Christian University - Academics - Graduate
    the kingdom of God Each student chooses a major field of study 12 semester hours plus thesis for M A or practicum for M Min along with a minor field 6 semester hours Twelve semester hours of electives allow the student to concentrate more heavily on either the major or minor field of study or to pursue education in peripheral studies offered in our program The areas of study include

    Original URL path: http://mail.students.hcu.edu/academics/graduate (2014-06-13)
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  • Heritage Christian University - Academics - Accelerated College Education (ACE)
    Upon completing the ACE program you ll be awarded the Bachelor of Arts degree in biblical studies Your ACE curriculum will include two semesters of Christian service and two campaigns alongside Heritage faculty staff and students In only one year 33 hours you ll be ready to begin your ministry or go on to graduate studies The program can be completed through HCU s distance learning program with minimum flexible

    Original URL path: http://mail.students.hcu.edu/academics/undergraduate/ace (2014-06-13)
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  • Heritage Christian University - Academics - Academic Policies
    average GPA for courses attempted For each credit hour with a grade of A the student receives 4 0 quality points for each hour with A 3 66 and so on see page 37 Withdrawal failing WF will negatively affect the GPA Withdrawal passing WP will not affect the GPA To obtain the GPA divide the total number of quality points by the total number of credit hours attempted At the end of each semester the administration recognizes students with outstanding GPA s Those with a GPA of at least 3 5 with no grade below C are placed on the Dean s List Those with a GPA of 3 8 or more with no grade below B are placed on the resident s List Placement on either list requires at least a twelve credit hour load satisfactory marks in Christian service and no incomplete work for that semester Students may repeat courses in which they have received a grade of D or below Credit for a repeated course counts only once toward satisfying graduation requirements If a student repeats a course only the last grade will count in computing cumulative grade point average To become a candidate for graduation each student must achieve a cumulative GPA of at least 2 0 on all work attempted at Heritage Christian University Those who do considerably better are distinguished with graduation honors those with 3 40 3 59 graduate cum laude with distinction those with 3 60 3 84 magna cum laude with great distinction and those with 3 85 4 00 summa cum laude with highest distinction TRANSCRIPTS The Registrar maintains a permanent record of the courses a student has attempted along with grades distinctions suspensions dismissals and degrees conferred With the written request of the student the Registrar will release transcripts to other parties such as other colleges or employers The official transcripts will be mailed direct The Registrar will release the first transcript at no charge to the student After that the charge is 5 00 per transcript The Registrar will release a transcript only when students have met their financial obligation to the college Requests for transcripts must include the names and addresses of the parties to whom they should be sent along with the appropriate fee social security number current address phone number and personal signature A turnaround time of two working days is normal for transcript requests ACADEMIC PROBATION Any semester GPA below 2 0 will automatically place the student on academic probation for the next semester The GPA for the following semester must rise to 2 0 or above If it does not the student must withdraw from school but may return after one semester with approval from the Dean of the College New students may be accepted on academic probation if their previous academic history is unsatisfactory They also will have one semester to raise their semester GPA to 2 0 or above If they do not they must withdraw from school but may

    Original URL path: http://mail.students.hcu.edu/academics/policies (2014-06-13)
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  • Heritage Christian University - Academics - Accreditation
    be enabled to view this email address The State of Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education licenses Heritage Christian University as a private university The United States Office of Education Register lists the university making Heritage Christian University students eligible for grants and federal loans The Alabama State Approving Agency recognizes Heritage Christian University for educational benefits to veterans Heritage Christian University meets the U S Department of Immigration and Naturalization

    Original URL path: http://mail.students.hcu.edu/accreditation (2014-06-13)
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  • Heritage Christian University - Christian Service - Christian Service Ministries
    two 2 hours per week in the selected area of ministry Step by step instructions concerning Christian Ministries usage will be available to the student from the instructor Brad McKinnon JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address There are currently eleven different areas of Ministry The student must choose an area of Ministry each semester Each Ministry course can be taken no more than twice Listed below are the current areas of Christian Ministry and a brief description of each House to House Evangelism Students knock on doors to interest people in studying the Bible in their homes Jail Evangelism Students visit among inmates at the city or county jails at specified periods and in limited numbers Hospital Nursing Home Students offer comfort to patients and look for evangelistic opportunities Preaching Students preach at least once a week and make follow up visits Bible Class Teaching Students teach a weekly Bible class in a local congregation and visit their students in search of evangelistic opportunities Youth Ministry Students participate as a youth leader or assistant leader in a local congregation evangelizing the young people and organizing evangelistic projects Visitation Students take part in a congregational visitation program and

    Original URL path: http://mail.students.hcu.edu/service/ministries (2014-06-13)
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  • Heritage Christian University - Christian Service - Christian Service Reports
    report Every employee and student completes a Christian Service Report form for every week regardless of what other class or program they are involved in It is encouraging to see how much work a small but dedicated group has accomplished HCU is attempting to follow the apostolic example of keeping a record of work so a report can be made to individuals and congregations The totals for the entire year

    Original URL path: http://mail.students.hcu.edu/service/reports (2014-06-13)
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  • Heritage Christian University - Christian Service - Christian Service Campaigns
    March semester In addition special campaigns may be arranged in the summer To graduate with a bachelor s degree a student must have completed eight 8 HCU campaigns exceptions to this requirement are made for transfer students Compulsory campaign attendance ensures practical experience in personal evangelism and ministry in general Below is a description of a traditional HCU sponsored campaign However the HCU Christian Service Department attempts to be as flexible as possible with the understanding that this is the host congregation s campaign and local needs may require different formats and approaches Some campaigns have included work at local colleges and universities hospital nursing facilities etc as well as special seminars youth activities and service through benevolent programs Traditional Campaign Format A faculty staff member or Senior level student leads and organizes the campaign group Campaigners leave HCU on Saturday and drive to the location of the campaign The students travel together to the location of the hosting congregation in vans arriving Saturday evening The students are housed with members of the hosting congregation On Sunday the congregation with the aid of the students begins a weeklong evangelistic meeting preached by the campaign leader Students knock doors each morning

    Original URL path: http://mail.students.hcu.edu/service/campaigns (2014-06-13)
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  • Heritage Christian University - Admissions - Undergraduate Admissions
    Estimated Cost Per Semester at HCU TUITION 4 476 00 REGISTRATION FEES 420 00 TEXTBOOKS SUPPLIES 500 00 ROOM AND BOARD 2 945 00 HOUSING FEE 300 00 TOTAL 8 641 00 Based on full time enrollment 12 credit hours Dorms are 1500 00 per semester meal plan is 420 00 per semester and provides breakfast and lunch four days a week during the fall and spring semesters only An additional per semester estimated food expense of 1025 00 is added here for meals not covered by the meal plan during the semester The housing fee is the required reservation fee and a maintenance fee 150 each for the first semester only for resident students The university retains the maintenance fee and the reservation fee is refunded within 10 days after written request by the student at the end of the contract period withdrawal from school move out or graduation SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION It is recommended that all applicants complete the Scholarship Application Form in order to be considered for a number of HCU in house scholarships The HCU Scholarship Committee meets in early July for fall semester scholarship awarding and mid December for spring semester scholarship awarding Applicants must submit the scholarship application by the following deadlines Fall semester deadline is June 15 and Spring semester deadline is November 8 College Readiness Test HCU requires applicants under the age of 31 to submit College Readiness Test CRT scores such as the ACT HCU Code 5116 or SAT HCU Code 0805 Official test scores must be at least 17 on the ACT or 800 on the SAT Scores must be sent to HCU directly from the testing agency CRT scores on school transcripts will not be accepted as official Scores must be received by the appropriate application and or scholarship deadline

    Original URL path: http://mail.students.hcu.edu/admissions/undergraduate (2014-06-13)
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