The Admission Department promotes the college among perspective students and helps those prospective students through the application and acceptance process.
Processing Student Applications.
Students express interest in the College and get contact through various means: Facebook, email, phone.
We make sure that the applicant provides the necessary documentation: application, salvation testimony, National Registration Card (NRC) or passport, a letter of recommendation from church leaders, and grade 12 exam results.
If they know they will have financial needs they must write a formal request for consideration to the scholarship committee.
The student is invited to the campus for a formal interview with the Admissions Committee. This meeting can include the following items:
- The applicant’s testimony and desire for ministry training
- The applicant’s interest in CABC
- The applicant’s previous academic records
- The applicant’s financial situation
After successfully completing the interview the student will receive acceptance letter and notification of scholarship if applicable.
We are also involved in promoting CABC in Bible believing churches, pastor’s fellowships, Christian organizations like Scripture Union, YMCA, and Zafes.
Produce admissions adverts to be played on our Central Africa Baptist Radio.
The following events were conducted over the past 12 months to meet the above mentioned responsibilities and goals:
- We have participated in two career exposition meetings organized by the Kitwe District Education Board for pupils in their final year from various high schools with the purpose of giving them information about colleges that are available out there. And about 1,500 grade 12s have been spoken to and give information about CABC through these two events.
- We have done one CABC promo meeting at YMCA in which over 200 Christian school leavers got both CABC and CABR information.
- We have done two college/campus day gatherings at our campus for both high schools and colleges/universities during which lecture samples, a meal, games, and chapel privileges were given to all who attended. Much more they went away with CABC information.
- We have visited two pastor’s fellowships both in the town of Chililabombwe and Chingola within our belt. And during these fellowships the pastors were exposed to CABC and given information including application forms in case they have Timothy whom they may want to recommend.
- We have done about five high school evangelistic visits to some schools and have shared the gospel through the giving out of tracts and verbal gospel sharing.
- Drastic increase of student enrollment in both short and long term courses
- Increased number of pastors attending our pastor’s block classes as well as the conference in December
- Increased number of people that knows about the existence of CABC
- Many contacts with the authorities in schools, universities, Christian institutions, churches.
To God be the glory for great things He has already done and will continue to do through our feeble efforts.
You can contact Kennedy Kaseke, Director of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.