Steps to Admission to Christian Leaders College

Step One: Enroll at Christian Leaders Institute

Start Christian Leaders Institute and take the Getting Started Scholar Orientation class. This class can be completed in a few hours. You will be given the status of Mission Credential Student after you finish this class. You will then officially be enrolled at Christian Leaders Institute.

Step Two: Complete the Christian Leaders Institute Connection Class and start to receive Mission Credentials. 

After you are officially enrolled at Christian Leaders Institute, you are free to enroll in over 50 ministry and Christian Enterprise classes.  You will be automatically enrolled in the Christian Leaders Connection Class as your orientation to CLI continues. In this Connection class, you will be encouraged to recruit a local mentor in your calling area. This Connection class helps you get “on board” for success in your ministry studies. For instance, in this class and only this class, you will be able to take the quizzes more than once.

At this stage, you will be asked to become a Vision Partner to keep Christian Leaders Institute free and available. You are not required to become a vision partner to study at Christian Leaders Institute.

Step Three: Enroll in the Christian Leaders College

After you complete the Connection Class, you may want to immediately enroll in the Collegiate Credential Class that also enters you in Christian Leaders College.

Those who enroll at Christian Leaders College are still enrolled at Christian Leaders Institute. They now have dual-enrollment in both schools.

If you do enter into the Christian Leaders College, remember there will be low administration fees associated with that decision and other accreditation-related activities.

Your classes remain free of charge, supported by Vision Partners.

Christian Leaders College (CLC) – Christian Leaders College is for students who want to earn a Christian college degree (Certificate, Diploma, Associates and/or Bachelors levels). CLC students take the same free courses as Christian Leaders Institute students. CLC students are charged an administrative fee for their degree and must satisfy standards required for accreditation by the United States Department of Education.
Christian Leaders is currently pursuing accreditation with the Department of Education. Until CLC obtains U.S. Department of Education accreditation, our programs are accredited by International Association of Bible Schools and Seminaries. (IABCS)