Frequently Asked Questions
These are the questions that prospective students ask most frequently. However, if you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Admissions office at 1-800-940-9422
or e-mail us at email@example.com
Is Valor an accredited college?
Valor Christian College is accredited by the Association of Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), 5850 T. G. Lee Blvd., Ste. 130, Orlando, FL 32822, Tel. (407) 207-0808. Our degrees are authorized by the State of Ohio Department of Higher Education.
What degrees are offered online?
Associate of Applied Science
Do Valor credits transfer to other schools?
Advanced Leadership, Christian Ministries, Church Planting, Evangelism, Organizational Leadership, Pastoral Leadership, and Youth Ministries.
Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry
Evangelism, Organizational Leadership, Pastoral Leadership
Credits from Valor will transfer to more than one hundred ABHE accredited schools. If you wish to attend a non ABHE accredited school it is up to that school, called the “receiving institution,“ whether your credits from Valor will transfer. A state university has the discretion to determine which courses they will accept for transfer credit.
What classes can I transfer in from another college?
VCC has an arrangement, called an articulation agreement, with Ohio Christian University (OCU) in Circleville, Ohio and Northpoint College up to 60 semester credit hours will transfer from VCC to an OCU bachelor’s degree program (on campus or online). If you are interested in transferring your credits from VCC to any other college or university you will need to personally contact each separately.
Credits taken at an accredited college or university will be considered for transfer if they fit within the student’s specified academic program. A grade of “C” or higher is required and a sufficient amount of credit to fulfill our requirements is needed. Official transcripts must be submitted at the time of application to be reviewed.
Will I be able to complete my entire Academic Program online through Valor Christian College?
When do online classes begin? What classes are offered?
For the calendar click here.
Will my degree be the same as a student would earn in your traditional on campus program?
Yes, the degree you will earn in Valor Christian College's Online Degree Program is equivalent to the degree a student would earn in the tradtional classroom program.
How long will the program take?
The Associate Degree takes two (2) years and the Bachelor of Arts degree takes four (4) years. This time period will fluctuate based on the time commitment and the successful completion of the student.
Is there an advisor for the online program?
Yes, each student will be assigned an advisor who will work closely with you. They will be available to assist you when you encounter a problem or need help with your degree program.
How do I contact my professor?
Instructor information will be available on each of your courses in Populi.
How do I register for an online course?
Once you have completed the application, the Registrar will contact you and assist you in the registration process.
How much time will I have to commit to a course?
The student should plan to commit two (2) hours per credit hour per week.
What kind of assignments do the classes require?
Assignments may vary from professor to professor and from class to class. Typically, assignments include threaded discussion, weekly quizzes, reflective papers, reading assignments, and exams.
What defines being a full-time student?
Federal guidelines define the minimum enrollment for full-time undergraduate status as 12 credits within a regular semester. Valor’s online program is designed to allow the student to enroll in and to complete the 12 or more credits required during a semester for full time status. Each online semester (fall and spring) consists of two sessions identified as session one and session two. The standard enrollment pattern for full time status online is two three-credit courses in each session.
How much will the program cost me?
Tuition is $300 per credit hour. A three hour course cost $900. For more information, click here.
How can I enroll?
All degree seeking students must complete an application. The application can be found online at www.valorcollegeonline.com. Complete the application along with the required application fee and supporting documents. A completed application includes teh following:
Does Valor Administer Veteran’s Educational Benefits?
- Paid application fee
- Personal testimony/biography
- Official High School transcript
- Official College transcript (if applicable)
- Pastoral Recommendation
- Spousal letter of support (if applicable)
Yes. Veterans, war orphans and dependents of disabled veterans who plan to attend the college and claim benefits under any of the federal or state educational programs should apply directly to their nearest Department of Veterans Affairs office for a Certificate of Eligibility. This should be presented no later than the time of registration to avoid delay in payment of the subsistence allotment. Students must be enrolled for 12 or more semester hours to be eligible for full-time benefits. Contact the Veteran's Coordinator at VCC at 1-800-940-9422 ext 481 for information.
Does Valor offer scholarships or financial assistance?
Yes, financial assistance is available. Valor is approved for Title IV funding.
Scholarships Available: Apply Now!
Valor Christian College is approved by the Ohio Department of Veterans Services, State Approving Agency for Veterans Education & Training under the G.I. Bill education benefits, Title 38, U. S. Code. Interested parties should contact the nearest Veterans Administration Office or Valor’s Financial Aid Office for more information. Also, the Finance Office offers installment payment plans. For more information contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or dial 1-800-940-9422.
For further financial aid resources and information, please view the Financial Aid section.