If you’ve been following the progress of OBU at New Life Church over the past few months, you’ve probably noticed that most of our recruiting efforts have been aimed at traditional-aged students who want to pursue the associate of arts degree full time. We are now ready to announce that there are several other ways you can take advantage of an OBU at NLC education. Read to the end—we believe there’s something here for everyone.
Pursue a degree full time. This is the traditional way to benefit from the OBU at NLC program. There is still time to join the pioneer class. Click here to apply today. Remember—if you want to be considered for scholarships, you must be fully admitted by July 15.
Take a class and transfer the hours to another institution. Maybe you’re studying business at a college that doesn’t offers courses in Bible or ministry, and you need some elective hours. No problem! You can take a course at OBU at NLC and transfer the hours elsewhere. Make sure you talk with your home institution first to find out how (and if) the particular hours will transfer. Then apply here. Normal tuition rates apply.
Sit in on a class for no credit. If you don’t need college credit but just want to dig deeper into Scripture or church history (or whatever your heart desires!) for your personal edification, you can enroll as a non-credit student. Come to class, read the books, and benefit from an exciting learning environment—but don’t worry about homework! Non-credit students pay a reduced fee. (Please fill out the form below.)
Gather one evening per week to dig in to the Scriptures. If you don’t need college credit and you can’t make it to a mid-day class, join us one evening a week to explore the Bible. Teaching will be led by Brandon O’Brien, director of OBU at NLC. This option is available to anyone, of any age, at New Life Church and the greater Conway area—weekend attenders, NLC Serve or Life Group leaders, students from area colleges, or folks from area churches. Participants will be charged a small fee to cover the cost of materials. (Please fill out the form below.)
If you want to know more about any of these options, we want to hear from you. Take a minute to fill out the form below, so we can connect you with the right opportunity. We’re excited to learn, serve, and grow with you in 2014!
Contact Josh Rauls, admissions counselor, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the program.