Process


Admission Policies:

JHBC admits students of any race, gender, color, national or ethnic origin to all rights and privileges at the school. Applicants for the diploma program must have a high school diploma or GED. Students not pursuing the diploma program may audit individual courses for personal developement.

Application Procedures:

All students taking courses for credit are required to submit the following:

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  1. Application form for admission
  2. Friend Reference Form
  3. Pastor Reference Form
  4. Employer Reference Form
  5. Recommendations: The individuals filling out the references should submit them directly to the Office of Admissions.
  6. Application Fee of $50.00 (Non-Refundable)
  7. All forms should be mailed to:
    JACKSON HOLE BIBLE COLLEGE
    P.O. Box 6490
    Jackson, WY 83002

Any student who has withdrawn from JHBC must apply for readmission. To reapply to the program at JHBC, each student must submit an application, a readmission fee of $50.00, and a new recommendation from the student’s pastor.

International Students

JHBC is authorized under the federal government SEVIS program (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) to enroll international students with a  F-1 visa only.  Proof of financial ability and evidence of English proficiency are mandatory for the application process.  Upon acceptance, the student will receive an I-20 form from Jackson Hole Bible College which is to be presented to Immigration officials. For more information please contact the college office.

Student Living Guidelines

Our goal is not to be list-makers as to what defines holiness. The philosophy of our music and dress guidelines is driven by our understanding of 1 Corinthians 8 and Galatians 5. We are motivated by our love for Christ and love for the brethren more than our demanding of personal liberty. In other words, clothing and music are most likely not going to be “hills to die on” for us.

If there is anything we want to be accused of, it would be falling out too much on the grace side rather than the legalism side.

Here is our Student Handbook: PDF download