CE COLLEGE FAQ's


  • WHAT IS CE LEADERSHIP COLLEGE?

    CE Leadership College is a 2 or 4 year program partnered with Southeastern University to offer a nationally accredited Associates or Bachelors degree in Ministerial Leadership.  Students will be immersed in the learning context and culture of Church Experience and gain practical ministry experience in several areas that will develop their leadership.

  • WHEN CAN I APPLY?

    CE College offers rolling admission meaning that you may now apply for the spring and fall semesters.

  • WHAT DOES THE APPLICATION PROCESS LOOK LIKE?

    Each student will be applying to CE College on our partner website with Southeastern University found below.  Once you fully finish your application, we will receive a notification that you have applied and if you have been accepted.


    https://partners.seu.edu/churchexperience/

  • WHAT IS THE COST OF CE COLLEGE?

    The annual cost will be $10,380.  There are many different grants that are available for you to apply for to help cover the cost, and over half of the students who attend SEU are able to get financial assistance.  Once you are accepted, you can apply for grants through the SEU website.   


  • WHAT DOES A TYPICAL SCHEDULE LOOK LIKE?

    CE College will have classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays where students will be equipped by amazing professors, gain practical experience, and work towards an associates or bachelors degree.  Students will be able to earn practicum hours by putting their gifts into action in their areas of interest throughout the week, including Sunday ministry experiences.

  • IS THIS AN ACCREDITED PROGRAM?


    Yes, CE college is partnering with Southeastern University and Southeastern University is an accredited university and is authorized to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s, and doctorate degrees.  


  • HOW LONG IS THE PROGRAM?

    There are two-year degrees (Associates)  and four-year degrees (Bachelors).  If you are only able to attend evening classes; then you can finish the Associates Degree in four years.

  • DOES THE COLLEGE OFFER FINANCIAL AID OR STUDENT LOANS?

    Because Southeastern University is a regionally accredited institution, its partnership with CE college allows students to pay for their college experience using federal financial aid.  To be eligible for such funding, the student must file an application for Federal Student Aid, also known as a FAFSA, and maintain 12 credit hours each semester.

  • WILL CREDITS FROM OTHER COLLEGES TRANSFER, OR CAN I TRANSFER CREDITS TO ANOTHER COLLEGE?

    Yes!  Southeastern University is a nationally accredited school.  Classes from a nationally accredited school will transfer.  Each school varies, but most general and some spiritual classes will transfer depending on which school and their accreditation.