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Admission Requirements

High School Graduates

To enroll in any Pathways programs most students will need:

  1. A valid High School diploma from any government-recognized North American high school, or from any private school accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), or high school equivalency (GED). High School transcripts must present:
    • Four 30-1 level courses (or equivalents) with a minimum grade average of 65%.
    • Two of the 30-1 level courses must be English 30-1 and Social 30-1 or equivalent.
    Students from Quebec or Newfoundland will have completed Grade 11 and one year of CEGEP or university level study respectively.
  2. Two personal references.
  3. A written statement of your spiritual history.

These items, along with the Application Fee, must be provided in order to complete your application for admission. Contact the Enrolment Office for more details.

The College recognizes that individual understanding of a personal faith commitment varies. The Admissions Committee may admit students who are unsure or unclear of their relationship with Jesus Christ, provided they indicate a potential to profit from the RMC experience and are willing to abide in accordance with the College's policies on student life.

Academic Probation

A student may be admitted on academic probation and is limited to enrolling in the one-year Certificate in Christian Discipleship program for the first semester if the student’s high school transcript presents:

  • Four 30-level courses (or equivalents) with a grade average of less than 65%
  • English 30/ELA30-1 (or equivalent) with a grade of less than 65%

No High School Diploma

Occasionally, students without high school equivalency may be admitted under special conditions. Contact RMC for more information.

Transferring Students

Students in good standing from accredited post-secondary institutions who meet all other aspects of the general admission requirements can expect admission to RMC. Official post-secondary transcripts will be evaluated for potential transfer credit on a course-by-course basis according to the student’s program requirements. A minimum of 45 credits or one-half the program must be completed at RMC. Click here for more details.

We want to share with you our excitement for a new way of learning at Rocky Mountain College.

Pathways is our new “distributed learning” model. It is taking our classroom courses out of the box, and down the road to where you are.

With our focus on discipleship, leadership and social care, Pathways now enables students, professionals, and life-long learners, to take advantage of our programs and courses no matter where they are.

Courses are available to Anyone. Anywhere. Anytime. Often times God speaks to us and we yearn for a richer life. But obstacles appear.

Pathways is about removing obstacles and allowing access to quality learning experiences. We foster changed lives both locally and globally.

It is our hope that we can show you a new pathway to learning, ministry and a richer, more meaningful life. Thank you for exploring RMC’s Pathways program.

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