Celebration Church and College are firmly committed to “championing the cause of the local church”. To that end, we see that a team is built by relationship as well as skill,character, integrity and gifting. Depending on how each student does during their time at Celebration College will be contingent on them entering into our 3rd year Internship program and/or receiving job placement. Job placement is not guaranteed.
We have a laser printer that is available to students.
Yes. You will just need to plan your work hours around your class and/or track time, depending on which program(s) you apply for. We suggest no more than part-time hours as your course load is quite extensive.
Due to the course load, it is not possible to study more than one stream at a time.
We have three options, you can apply to Celebration College only, Southeastern University only, or both Celebration College and Southeastern University simultaneously.
You do not have to be a member of Celebration Church to apply to Celebration College. However, once accepted you will be required to attend and serve in various Celebration Church services throughout a given week. We encourage you to look at what we believe link on our main-page before applying.
No, but it would be a good idea to read the Celebration College “What We Believe” section as these are taught as being fundamentals in your Christian walk.
No, but there are a variety of affordable apartment and town home communities within a close proximity of the campus.
Celebration College is unable to provide financial aid. However, if you are applying to Southeastern University you may receive financial aid through them that can count toward your Celebration College tuition.
Once we have received a completed application, you will get a response in a few days. If your application is not complete, we will contact you requesting that you submit the remaining documents of your application. Please note that incomplete applications cannot be processed.
The College does not provide day care services for children.
Yes! Our Full-time program is recommended for students 18-25, but our evening program is available for students of all ages. We do have a SEU only academic degree completion program for adult learners in the evening.
Celebration College employs staff, creates ministry training and curriculum that is separate from Southeastern University’s academic degree. If you are applying and enrolled in both Celebration College and Southeastern University, your fees will be collected by Southeastern University.
Students are not required to purchase any programs as a part of their course however there are programs used in the Creative Stream that students must have previous knowledge with before arrival. For the Worship Stream, students are required to audition before entering into the program.
Yes, all students are required to have their own personal laptop computer.
The Jacksonville College runs from 9:00AM-10:00AM until approximately 3:00PM-5:00PM four days per week (daily start and finish times vary depending on your personal courses). Students are also required to serve in The Riot on Wednesday nights and one of the weekend church services as a part of their course. All students have Fridays and Saturdays off.
The Orlando program runs three days per week (daily start and finish times vary depending on your courses). Two nights a week, all students will join together for our bible courses from 6:00PM-10:00PM. Students are also required to serve and attend weekend church services as a part of their course load. All students have Fridays and Saturdays off unless church-wide events are scheduled on the calendar. Students will be notified in advance of any special events that may change their schedules.
This is a fee collected by the College as part of the initial application process. It covers the administration costs associated with processing applications for enrolment. The fee is $50.00.
Yes, you will need to have a car to attend Celebration College. Celebration Church has many campuses around Jacksonville, and students may be asked to serve at them from time to time.