Why Crown College Omaha?
If you’re ready for a journey of academic excellence with an opportunity to earn your degree through both on-site and online classes, Crown College Omaha is here for you. Recognized as a top private Christian college, our goal is to equip current and future leaders to effectively serve and influence the world.
In addition to our main campus in Minnesota, Crown College also offers our programs in a hybrid format in Omaha, Nebraska. The hybrid format allows students to combine online courses with courses at Christ Community Church one night per week. Onsite classes meet at The Porch on the Christ Community Church campus, located in the Old Mill off of 108th and Dodge Streets. Crown College is excited to share our vision of preparing Christians for leadership and excellence with residents in the Omaha region!
Research today is clear: adults going back to school need the flexibility to incorporate their studies into schedules filled with work commitments, family activities, and ministry involvements. That’s why we’ve developed the Crown College Omaha program with you in mind!
Hybrid programs in Omaha
On-site class per week
Online programs available
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Though you will be taking the majority of your program online, we have excellent classroom space for that hybrid feel! Students attend class 1 night each week.Explore The Porch
Crown is fully accredited by the High Learning Commission (HLC) and the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education (CCNE). For more information on our accreditations, recognitions, and memberships:
Yes! Crown College has a rich history with the Christian & Missionary Alliance (C&MA). Our mission is to provide a biblically-based education for Christian leadership in the Christian & Missionary Alliance, the church-at-large, and the world. To learn more about our heritage and what we believe:
Crown College has nearly 1,300 students from 20 countries! Approximately half of our student body is enrolled in an on-campus degree program in Minnesota, while the other half study online or on-location through a program such as Crown College Omaha.
Undergraduate college credits obtained from a regionally or nationally accredited institution can potentially transfer if a “C” or higher was earned. Graduate credits from a regionally accredited college can potentially transfer with a grade of “B” or higher if taken within the last 10 years. Students must take at least 24-30 credits at Crown to obtain a degree from the institution. Our enrollment staff would be glad to look at your transcripts and give you a tentative evaluation and timeframe to complete your degree.
The average class size ranges from 8-18 students on-site in Omaha and is typically around 20 students in an online course. Our class sizes remain small to encourage plenty of one-on-one growth and interaction with course professors.
The general guide for every enrolled credit hour is 1-2 hours of homework. A survey was conducted of our 600 adult students and the average time spent studying is 8 hours per week.