The National Accreditation Board, at its 61st Meeting held on 29th March, 2007 granted approval for the then Ghana Christian College and Seminary to change its status to a University College. Prior to that, at its 15th Meeting held on the 25th September, 1997 the Board had granted a two-Year Interim Accreditation Status to the B.A in Christian Ministries program offered in the institution with effect from that date (National Accreditation Board’s letter of 14th July 1998).
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- SSCE and WASSCE Applicants: This category of applicants must have grade ‘A ‘to ‘D’ or ‘A1’ to ‘C6’ in three elective subjects and three core subjects respectively. The core subjects must include Mathematics and English Language.
Ghana Christian University College is a Tertiary Institution accredited by the National Accreditation Board of Ghana. Our Institution was established in 1966 by independent Christian missionaries from the United States of America (U.S.A). The purpose of which was to train missionary workers in Sub-Saharan Africa. From inception, our institution was known as Ghana Christian College and Seminary and the main program was theological studies.
GHANA SCHOLARSHIPS: This is a government establishment that grants support to needy students. The portal is opened in a specific month each year and students are required to apply for support on the website of the institution. Application goes through different stages and deserving applicants are selected and finally given the needed assistance. This support is a grant and not a loan.