NON DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Bethel Christian University, admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the University.
It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and other school administered programs.
All new students who wishes to withdraw from class may do so provided he or she submits a written application to withdraw within TEN days of admission. Existing students may withdraw from any course or a program at any given time by writing officially, requesting for a withdrawal form. This must be submitted to the University’s Registrar for clearance and approval. Grades of WP and WF will be recorded against the student’s transcripts for the course in which he enrolled at the time of withdrawal.
If a student leaves without completing his or her course or program in the middle of a semester without officially applied for withdrawal, the grade of I or WF will be recorded on the student’s transcripts.
The administration of Bethel Christian University is vested on the Board of Directors. They are responsible for setting up the spiritual, Academic and administrative policies of the University.
The General Administration and Academic Affairs is vested and delegated to the President, Vice-President, Academic Dean and the Registrar.
STUDENT CONFIDENTIAL RECORDS POLICY
Bethel Christian University is committed in protecting the confidentiality of all records of current and former students, containing their scholastic information. Your privacy is very important to us.
The University will only collect any voluntary information provided by the student for the purposes of admission. Your information will not be shared with another person or a third party without your written consent except those that has been stated below.
Bethel Christian University may disclose information such as; Student’s name, address, Phone number, Date and place of Birth, Field of study, Years of attendance, Diplomas, Degrees and Awards received, and any Official College activities participated. Student may request in writing to the University to withhold the above information to the office of the Registrar.
You have the right to access your academic information and records with the exceptions of Financial Records/Statements, Pastor’s Recommendation letters, Evaluation records, student’s Admission forms, records containing other student’s information.
We will only retain personal information as long as necessary for the fulfillment of the purpose of the University. We shall protect your personal information by all SECURITY means to safeguards against any unauthorized access or use.