Central Christian College of the Bible Reviews
- Moberly (MO)
- Annual Tuition: $13,900
100% of 2 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 2 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 4/13/2017
- Degree: Religious Studies
- Graduation Year: 2008
"This school is not yet regionally accredited. Their credits often do not transfer to other schools. They are recruiting and indoctrinating people into their dying denomination by offering full-tuition scholarships to every student funded by their churches that they expect you to work for upon graduation and even while in school. You get what you pay for. It was still hardly worth it. They claim to be a "movement" and "non-denominational", but if you aren't part of their (Restoration) movement then you are going to hell. Baptism is another pet doctrine, so if you did not get baptized the right way at the right time by the right people then you are going to hell. Baptism is salvation to them. They openly admit that they are on mission to other churches who have not yet come to a proper or full understanding of their positions so they are going to hell unless they repent and be baptized by them. They have ridiculously strict and legalistic rules and frequently go on power trips with disciplinary actions against students. They also threaten students not to tell anyone else what they say and do to them or they will be further punished. They offer 1 science class and no math classes. Those subjects are not taken seriously by them. Their sliding grading scale and frequent infatuation with pluses and minuses next to letter grades really screws your G.P.A. as well. How is a 96% a B+ or A-? A handful of the professors were okay, but most weren't."
- Reviewed: 3/7/2017
- Degree: Counseling
- Graduation Year: 2017
"CCCB is a small college with a great community atmosphere. They offer a full-tuition scholarship, which enabled me to complete my college degree without going into debt. The teachers care about their students and their success, and go out of their way to help."