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fold faq Are there tutoring services available on campus?

Yes, our Study Lab offer tutors in all areas of study, including grammar checking and other special services.

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fold faq What is the average class size at Crown?

The average class size is approximately 20 students.

Category: Academics
fold faq Are there any special services to assist students with learning disabilities?

Academic and physical accommodation services are provided to students with disabilities may include the following: advocacy/mediation; notes; test proctoring; tape recorders; audio technology; tutoring; wheelchair access; and accountability.  All students must have a required documentation.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the majors offered?

Crown College offers over thirty different majors.  For our current list of on-campus degree programs, visit our School of Arts & Sciences Majors page..

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses do freshman usually take?

You will have an advisor who assists you in course selection. Most first year freshman take:

 

  • Old Testament History
  • New Testament History
  • World Civilization
  • English Composition
  • Writing and Literature
  • Speech
  • History Elective
  • Math elective
  • PE elective
  • Science Elective.

Category: Academics
fold faq How do I register for classes?

We will have various registrations dates in June, July, and August at Crown. You can find those dates here.  If you cannot register over the summer, you will have the opportunity to register during orientation, the week before classes start. Academic advisors will help you put together a course schedule and academic plan.

Category: Academics
fold faq What does it mean to be a full time student?

A full time student takes at least 12 credits per semester. If you drop a course, withdraw from a course, or do not pass a course, and you fall below 12 credits during a semester, you are not considered a full time student during that semester. Athletes MUST have 12 credits to be eligible for varsity athletic participation.

Category: Academics
fold faq When do I need to declare a major?

By the end of your sophomore year. Talk with our career services director to help you assess your strengths and what major would be a good fit.

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses will transfer from other institutions?

You must submit an official transcript to the Admissions Office and once accepted, you will receive a program audit. Classes from an accredited institution with a grade of a C or higher will most likely transfer.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is Crown accredited?

Crown is fully accredited by the North Central Association of the High Learning Commission (NCA) and the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education( CCNE).

Category: Academics
fold faq What study-abroad options are there?

Many of our students study abroad through different programs. Please visit our study abroad page to see the various programs offered.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the differences between a private and public education?

At Crown, you will have a more personal approach and emphasis on your individual growth and development. Professors and staff want to prepare students to be competent and have a Christ-like character to be a Christian Leader in the market place.

Category: Academics
fold faq What's the faculty to student ratio?

14:1; Which means for every fourteen students there is one professor.

Category: Academics
fold faq Do you offer an honors program?

Yes. The following are entrance requirements to Crown's honor program:

  • Top 15% of high school class.
  • Grade point average of at least a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
  • Composite ACT or SAT score in the 85th percentile or above
  • Demonstration of dependable service in a local church


You must also complete the online application. Honors courses include: Critical Thinking and Writing; Writing and Literature; Math and Science; History of Modern Western Thought; Christian Ethics; and Twentieth Century Christian Thinkers. Two honors contract courses are also required in the student's major field of study.  Click here for more information.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is the faculty available outside of classroom hours?

All faculty have office hours available for students. An open door policy is encouraged as well. Many of the students will be invited into the homes of faculty members.

Category: Academics

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fold faq Are there tutoring services available on campus?

Yes, our Study Lab offer tutors in all areas of study, including grammar checking and other special services.

Category: Academics
fold faq What is the average class size at Crown?

The average class size is approximately 20 students.

Category: Academics
fold faq Are there any special services to assist students with learning disabilities?

Academic and physical accommodation services are provided to students with disabilities may include the following: advocacy/mediation; notes; test proctoring; tape recorders; audio technology; tutoring; wheelchair access; and accountability.  All students must have a required documentation.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the majors offered?

Crown College offers over thirty different majors.  For our current list of on-campus degree programs, visit our School of Arts & Sciences Majors page..

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses do freshman usually take?

You will have an advisor who assists you in course selection. Most first year freshman take:

 

  • Old Testament History
  • New Testament History
  • World Civilization
  • English Composition
  • Writing and Literature
  • Speech
  • History Elective
  • Math elective
  • PE elective
  • Science Elective.

Category: Academics
fold faq How do I register for classes?

We will have various registrations dates in June, July, and August at Crown. You can find those dates here.  If you cannot register over the summer, you will have the opportunity to register during orientation, the week before classes start. Academic advisors will help you put together a course schedule and academic plan.

Category: Academics
fold faq What does it mean to be a full time student?

A full time student takes at least 12 credits per semester. If you drop a course, withdraw from a course, or do not pass a course, and you fall below 12 credits during a semester, you are not considered a full time student during that semester. Athletes MUST have 12 credits to be eligible for varsity athletic participation.

Category: Academics
fold faq When do I need to declare a major?

By the end of your sophomore year. Talk with our career services director to help you assess your strengths and what major would be a good fit.

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses will transfer from other institutions?

You must submit an official transcript to the Admissions Office and once accepted, you will receive a program audit. Classes from an accredited institution with a grade of a C or higher will most likely transfer.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is Crown accredited?

Crown is fully accredited by the North Central Association of the High Learning Commission (NCA) and the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education( CCNE).

Category: Academics
fold faq What study-abroad options are there?

Many of our students study abroad through different programs. Please visit our study abroad page to see the various programs offered.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the differences between a private and public education?

At Crown, you will have a more personal approach and emphasis on your individual growth and development. Professors and staff want to prepare students to be competent and have a Christ-like character to be a Christian Leader in the market place.

Category: Academics
fold faq What's the faculty to student ratio?

14:1; Which means for every fourteen students there is one professor.

Category: Academics
fold faq Do you offer an honors program?

Yes. The following are entrance requirements to Crown's honor program:

  • Top 15% of high school class.
  • Grade point average of at least a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
  • Composite ACT or SAT score in the 85th percentile or above
  • Demonstration of dependable service in a local church


You must also complete the online application. Honors courses include: Critical Thinking and Writing; Writing and Literature; Math and Science; History of Modern Western Thought; Christian Ethics; and Twentieth Century Christian Thinkers. Two honors contract courses are also required in the student's major field of study.  Click here for more information.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is the faculty available outside of classroom hours?

All faculty have office hours available for students. An open door policy is encouraged as well. Many of the students will be invited into the homes of faculty members.

Category: Academics

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fold faq Are there tutoring services available on campus?

Yes, our Study Lab offer tutors in all areas of study, including grammar checking and other special services.

Category: Academics
fold faq What is the average class size at Crown?

The average class size is approximately 20 students.

Category: Academics
fold faq Are there any special services to assist students with learning disabilities?

Academic and physical accommodation services are provided to students with disabilities may include the following: advocacy/mediation; notes; test proctoring; tape recorders; audio technology; tutoring; wheelchair access; and accountability.  All students must have a required documentation.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the majors offered?

Crown College offers over thirty different majors.  For our current list of on-campus degree programs, visit our School of Arts & Sciences Majors page..

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses do freshman usually take?

You will have an advisor who assists you in course selection. Most first year freshman take:

 

  • Old Testament History
  • New Testament History
  • World Civilization
  • English Composition
  • Writing and Literature
  • Speech
  • History Elective
  • Math elective
  • PE elective
  • Science Elective.

Category: Academics
fold faq How do I register for classes?

We will have various registrations dates in June, July, and August at Crown. You can find those dates here.  If you cannot register over the summer, you will have the opportunity to register during orientation, the week before classes start. Academic advisors will help you put together a course schedule and academic plan.

Category: Academics
fold faq What does it mean to be a full time student?

A full time student takes at least 12 credits per semester. If you drop a course, withdraw from a course, or do not pass a course, and you fall below 12 credits during a semester, you are not considered a full time student during that semester. Athletes MUST have 12 credits to be eligible for varsity athletic participation.

Category: Academics
fold faq When do I need to declare a major?

By the end of your sophomore year. Talk with our career services director to help you assess your strengths and what major would be a good fit.

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses will transfer from other institutions?

You must submit an official transcript to the Admissions Office and once accepted, you will receive a program audit. Classes from an accredited institution with a grade of a C or higher will most likely transfer.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is Crown accredited?

Crown is fully accredited by the North Central Association of the High Learning Commission (NCA) and the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education( CCNE).

Category: Academics
fold faq What study-abroad options are there?

Many of our students study abroad through different programs. Please visit our study abroad page to see the various programs offered.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the differences between a private and public education?

At Crown, you will have a more personal approach and emphasis on your individual growth and development. Professors and staff want to prepare students to be competent and have a Christ-like character to be a Christian Leader in the market place.

Category: Academics
fold faq What's the faculty to student ratio?

14:1; Which means for every fourteen students there is one professor.

Category: Academics
fold faq Do you offer an honors program?

Yes. The following are entrance requirements to Crown's honor program:

  • Top 15% of high school class.
  • Grade point average of at least a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
  • Composite ACT or SAT score in the 85th percentile or above
  • Demonstration of dependable service in a local church


You must also complete the online application. Honors courses include: Critical Thinking and Writing; Writing and Literature; Math and Science; History of Modern Western Thought; Christian Ethics; and Twentieth Century Christian Thinkers. Two honors contract courses are also required in the student's major field of study.  Click here for more information.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is the faculty available outside of classroom hours?

All faculty have office hours available for students. An open door policy is encouraged as well. Many of the students will be invited into the homes of faculty members.

Category: Academics

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fold faq Are there tutoring services available on campus?

Yes, our Study Lab offer tutors in all areas of study, including grammar checking and other special services.

Category: Academics
fold faq What is the average class size at Crown?

The average class size is approximately 20 students.

Category: Academics
fold faq Are there any special services to assist students with learning disabilities?

Academic and physical accommodation services are provided to students with disabilities may include the following: advocacy/mediation; notes; test proctoring; tape recorders; audio technology; tutoring; wheelchair access; and accountability.  All students must have a required documentation.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the majors offered?

Crown College offers over thirty different majors.  For our current list of on-campus degree programs, visit our School of Arts & Sciences Majors page..

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses do freshman usually take?

You will have an advisor who assists you in course selection. Most first year freshman take:

 

  • Old Testament History
  • New Testament History
  • World Civilization
  • English Composition
  • Writing and Literature
  • Speech
  • History Elective
  • Math elective
  • PE elective
  • Science Elective.

Category: Academics
fold faq How do I register for classes?

We will have various registrations dates in June, July, and August at Crown. You can find those dates here.  If you cannot register over the summer, you will have the opportunity to register during orientation, the week before classes start. Academic advisors will help you put together a course schedule and academic plan.

Category: Academics
fold faq What does it mean to be a full time student?

A full time student takes at least 12 credits per semester. If you drop a course, withdraw from a course, or do not pass a course, and you fall below 12 credits during a semester, you are not considered a full time student during that semester. Athletes MUST have 12 credits to be eligible for varsity athletic participation.

Category: Academics
fold faq When do I need to declare a major?

By the end of your sophomore year. Talk with our career services director to help you assess your strengths and what major would be a good fit.

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses will transfer from other institutions?

You must submit an official transcript to the Admissions Office and once accepted, you will receive a program audit. Classes from an accredited institution with a grade of a C or higher will most likely transfer.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is Crown accredited?

Crown is fully accredited by the North Central Association of the High Learning Commission (NCA) and the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education( CCNE).

Category: Academics
fold faq What study-abroad options are there?

Many of our students study abroad through different programs. Please visit our study abroad page to see the various programs offered.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the differences between a private and public education?

At Crown, you will have a more personal approach and emphasis on your individual growth and development. Professors and staff want to prepare students to be competent and have a Christ-like character to be a Christian Leader in the market place.

Category: Academics
fold faq What's the faculty to student ratio?

14:1; Which means for every fourteen students there is one professor.

Category: Academics
fold faq Do you offer an honors program?

Yes. The following are entrance requirements to Crown's honor program:

  • Top 15% of high school class.
  • Grade point average of at least a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
  • Composite ACT or SAT score in the 85th percentile or above
  • Demonstration of dependable service in a local church


You must also complete the online application. Honors courses include: Critical Thinking and Writing; Writing and Literature; Math and Science; History of Modern Western Thought; Christian Ethics; and Twentieth Century Christian Thinkers. Two honors contract courses are also required in the student's major field of study.  Click here for more information.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is the faculty available outside of classroom hours?

All faculty have office hours available for students. An open door policy is encouraged as well. Many of the students will be invited into the homes of faculty members.

Category: Academics

Academics

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fold faq Are there tutoring services available on campus?

Yes, our Study Lab offer tutors in all areas of study, including grammar checking and other special services.

Category: Academics
fold faq What is the average class size at Crown?

The average class size is approximately 20 students.

Category: Academics
fold faq Are there any special services to assist students with learning disabilities?

Academic and physical accommodation services are provided to students with disabilities may include the following: advocacy/mediation; notes; test proctoring; tape recorders; audio technology; tutoring; wheelchair access; and accountability.  All students must have a required documentation.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the majors offered?

Crown College offers over thirty different majors.  For our current list of on-campus degree programs, visit our School of Arts & Sciences Majors page..

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses do freshman usually take?

You will have an advisor who assists you in course selection. Most first year freshman take:

 

  • Old Testament History
  • New Testament History
  • World Civilization
  • English Composition
  • Writing and Literature
  • Speech
  • History Elective
  • Math elective
  • PE elective
  • Science Elective.

Category: Academics
fold faq How do I register for classes?

We will have various registrations dates in June, July, and August at Crown. You can find those dates here.  If you cannot register over the summer, you will have the opportunity to register during orientation, the week before classes start. Academic advisors will help you put together a course schedule and academic plan.

Category: Academics
fold faq What does it mean to be a full time student?

A full time student takes at least 12 credits per semester. If you drop a course, withdraw from a course, or do not pass a course, and you fall below 12 credits during a semester, you are not considered a full time student during that semester. Athletes MUST have 12 credits to be eligible for varsity athletic participation.

Category: Academics
fold faq When do I need to declare a major?

By the end of your sophomore year. Talk with our career services director to help you assess your strengths and what major would be a good fit.

Category: Academics
fold faq What courses will transfer from other institutions?

You must submit an official transcript to the Admissions Office and once accepted, you will receive a program audit. Classes from an accredited institution with a grade of a C or higher will most likely transfer.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is Crown accredited?

Crown is fully accredited by the North Central Association of the High Learning Commission (NCA) and the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education( CCNE).

Category: Academics
fold faq What study-abroad options are there?

Many of our students study abroad through different programs. Please visit our study abroad page to see the various programs offered.

Category: Academics
fold faq What are the differences between a private and public education?

At Crown, you will have a more personal approach and emphasis on your individual growth and development. Professors and staff want to prepare students to be competent and have a Christ-like character to be a Christian Leader in the market place.

Category: Academics
fold faq What's the faculty to student ratio?

14:1; Which means for every fourteen students there is one professor.

Category: Academics
fold faq Do you offer an honors program?

Yes. The following are entrance requirements to Crown's honor program:

  • Top 15% of high school class.
  • Grade point average of at least a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
  • Composite ACT or SAT score in the 85th percentile or above
  • Demonstration of dependable service in a local church


You must also complete the online application. Honors courses include: Critical Thinking and Writing; Writing and Literature; Math and Science; History of Modern Western Thought; Christian Ethics; and Twentieth Century Christian Thinkers. Two honors contract courses are also required in the student's major field of study.  Click here for more information.

Category: Academics
fold faq Is the faculty available outside of classroom hours?

All faculty have office hours available for students. An open door policy is encouraged as well. Many of the students will be invited into the homes of faculty members.

Category: Academics

Honors Program