extension sites

Main Campus

Main Campus:
817 S. McPherson Church Road
Fayetteville, NC  28303

Concord Site

Concord Extension Site
West Cabarrus Church
7655 Bruton Smith Blvd
Concord, NC 28027

Monroe Site

Monroe Extension Site:
Lee Park Church
2505 Morgan Mill Rd
Monroe, NC 28110

West Cabarras Church

7655 Bruton Smith Blvd.
Concord, NC  28027

2019 Spring Extension Site

Lee Park church

2505 Morgan Mill Rd.
Monroe, NC  28110

2019 Spring Extension Site

The Spring Semester will begin on Monday, January 21, 2019. All classes run from 6:30–9:00 p.m. Please complete the registration form and return it by January 14, 2019.

 

Seated Classes vs. Online Classes:

Seated Classes

We will be offering our tuition-free How to Study the Bible course at both West Cabarrus and Lee Park. Additionally, we will be offering a New Testament Survey course (West Cabarrus) and a Worldviews course (Lee Park).

Online Classes

If you’re not able to attend a seated class, we also offer a fully accredited online program. A variety of classes are offered each semester. Spring A term begins January 22 and runs for 5 weeks. Spring B term begins March 5 for an additional 5 weeks.

 

3 Ways to Take a Course:

  1. Audit Student — If you are interested in personal enrichment, and not course credit, consider the “Audit” option. The fee is $100 per course (no registration fee).
  2. Degree Student — If you want to complete a degree or receive “credit” for the course to apply to a degree later, then you would need to begin an application and enroll as a credit student. For now, start the registration form below and we can help you with the rest.
  3. How to Study the Bible — We offer the “How to Study the Bible” course tuition-free as our gift to the community. Our goal is to give you a tool that will help you the rest of your life. If you decide to later become a student, we do allow this course to transfer without issue (so long as you pass, of course). A book fee of $60 is required to cover the course materials. These materials will be delivered the first day of class.

 

Payment Options:

Our Business Office offers a variety of methods to pay for your course. In general, we require the How to Study the Bible class to pay upon registering (i.e., before class starts). Degree-seeking students may pay in installments, or if you are eligible you may receive Federal Financial Aid. Contact Aby Curley for details (ACurley@ccbs.edu).

 

Other Questions:

If you have other questions, please contact Bethany Minich at (910) 818-0009 or online@ccbs.edu.

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