Timely attendance to class, submission of assignments, and maintaining comprehension of the assigned reading places the student in the best position to be successful.CBS requires that a prospective student be a professed believer in Jesus Chris as the sole means for salvation.Moreover, the successful student has a mindset to be challenged (but not overwhelmed) to glorify God through his or her seeking a deeper relationship with Him.
However, each student is encouraged to obtain his or her own computer.CBS student services offer world class service to our students.Resultantly, the advisor not only recommends applicable classes, they also assist in helping the new student in realizing overall success through our student success center. CBS also requires each student in a bachelor’s program to complete a “Research and Writing” class.This class familiarizes the CBS student will all methods and venues for composing research papers of a sorts. CBS employs a number of approaches to ensure student success.CBS provides a world-class education at a reasonable investment. Our application is online and represents a “turn-key” process for admission to the college.
Upon full completion of the application and receipt of all required documents (transcripts, shot records, SAT/ACT scores, etc.) the CBS admissions team carefully reviews each application in order to determine admission status. If you wish to meet with an admissions officer, make sure to set up a meeting via email or calling beforehand.
The academic advisor offers a “one-stop” approach at student success beginning at the first week of the student’s first class until the last day of the final class before the student graduates.
James Sprunt Community College is an equal opportunity educational institution and employer.
If it is during application, usually two months before the beginning of a semester, try to schedule an appointment to ensure they are not too busy to meet with prospective students.
The profile of our most successful student is one who seeks to fulfill the imperative in 1 Cor. which (paraphrased) exhorts the believer to “do all to the glory of God”.
Contact the Dean of Students for other work-study opportunities.