Metonoia Christian College is dedicated to helping people earn their diploma. Unlike most colleges, MCC will give you a diploma based 100% on your real-life experience. MCC currently offers diplomas from 33 fields of study!
Becoming a Student
How do I sign up?
Go to Get Diploma Now tab on this web site. Fill out the appilcation and mail with payment.
How much does it cost?
Enrollment and college life credits is $99.95.
Diploma fee $39.95
What degree will I get?
At this time, MCC issues Associate and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Christian Studies in 33 fields of study.
What can I do with this degree?
This degree will prepare you for work in Christian ministry and will be accepted by many churches and Christian organizations to meet their education requirements.
Many companies require their employees and potential employees to have a college degree, but not all require the degrees to be in any certain area of study.
When can I get started?
Any time. We welcome new students year round.
MCC College is a non-traditional college that uses an apprenticeship approach to education. You earn your life work credits by working in the field of study you apply for.
Do I need a high school diploma?
Yes, all MCC students must have a GED or High school diploma to receive credit for completing a college course. However, a student will be duel registered and will receive college credits after GED is earned and processed by the college.
What if I don’t have a high school diploma? www.completehighschool.com
If you do not have a high school diploma, we offer a high school equivalency test that will grant you a high school equivalency diploma once you pass the tests.
How is this test different from the local GED test?
The Nicaea Academy Online High School test is an alternative to the local GED test, covering subjects that are part of the daily curriculum at Nicaea Academy’s High School.
How can I prepare to take the tests?
Passing the Nicaea Academy Equivalency Tests may require some preparation on your part. Some individuals prepare by taking classes or studying GED books and other materials. Others are comfortable with simply brushing up on a few of the subjects where they feel they need practice. To determine how you should best prepare for the tests, students may take the Nicaea High School pre-test. This test will provide valuable information on the subject areas in which you may require additional study.
How much does it cost?
MCC requires a completed application and a low $99.95 life work experience degree cost. There is a graduation fee of $39.95 for the diploma and transcript. Typically, your diploma will be available within 6-8 weeks after the college board approves your life work affadavits.
How old must I be to take the test?
All candidates must be at least 18 years of age.
What role does the government play in determining the curriculum at MCC College?
None. We have purposefully chosen an accreditation organization that does not seek government approval or control. We believe education should not be determined or controlled by the government and we do not want the government telling us what we should or should not teach. This is why we have chosen ACI accreditation. Accrediting Commission International which accredits over 300 schools and has been in existence since 1989. Their mission statement is:“Helping non-government regulated Schools, Colleges, and Theological Seminaries to have good educational processes; good educational processes to be better; and better educational processes to be the best - One institution at a time!"
What accrediting agency is Aletheia College accredited by?
The Accrediting Commission International
For Schools, Colleges & Theological Seminaries (A.C.I.)
PO BOX 102 * Beebe, AR 72012
Aletheia College has not sought recognition from United States Department Of Education. This choice has been made by the Institutions ACI representatives and in no way reflects on its Legal Status or the quality of education offered by the Institutions. ACI is an International Accrediting Commission that represents over 186 institutions, in 6 countries and 35 States in the USA, with over 30,000 registered students reported in 2000.
Aletheia College has elected ACI as its Accrediting Agency because of our desire to remain free from the control of any Federal, State or private agency controlled by same, that will not allow complete Religious Freedom in our curriculum and student body.
MCC College IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.
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Statement of Understanding
MCC College is a Christian school. Credits are not guaranteed to be accepted transferable to other colleges or universities. Credits are transferrable to all schools and colleges accredited by Accrediting Commission International (ACI). ACI is a private school organization unrelated to government accreditation.
Why Accrediting Commission International?
We choose this agency so we have freedom to determine the curriculum for our students without government control.
MCC College admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin and entitles them to all the rights and privileges, programs and activities generally made available to the students at the school.