Highlands College is committed to giving your child an excellent experience, academically, spiritually and practically. Our staff and faculty are highly qualified to teach your students. Highlands College is an applicant for accreditation through ABHE.
Faculty & staff are always willing to meet one-on-one with your student outside of classroom hours. Faculty is available for students struggling academically and staff is available for students who need pastoral counseling.
Students attending Highlands College can earn an Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Ministry through Southeastern University. Southeastern University offers live classes on campus to Highlands College students.
Parallel-enrollment refers to students who are enrolled in Highlands College and Southeastern University.
Students who completed classes through Southeastern University will have the option to transfer those credits and continue their education at another school following Highlands College.
Highlands College is an applicant for accreditation through ABHE.
We believe in leaders who are lifelong learners. Highlands College students are required to take a number of academic courses to complement their hands-on training.
Students attending Highlands College are required to maintain an academic GPA of 2.0.
It is the objective of Highlands College to provide students, staff, and guests an environment that is as safe as practicable during day-to-day operations as well as during natural and other disasters. All students should familiarize themselves with the Public Safety section of the Highlands College Student Handbook for the safety plans and procedures designed to help keep each student out of harms’ way.
Students are given personal identification cards that are to be worn on campus at all times.
Security guards are stationed on campus to ensure the safety of our students.
Student housing is in close proximity to the campus and gated at all times. Entry to student apartments requires a passcode or key card. Students are also required to abide by curfew limitations enforced by RA’s.
Yes, students in Highlands College will have the opportunity to travel to different campuses for various hands-on training experiences.
Yes. Students also wear lanyards to identify themselves on campus.
Students are communicated through email and text message. Because of the relational environment at Highlands College, small group leaders are readily accessible to communicate in an emergency situation.
Christ Health Center is a ministry of Church of the Highlands where students will have access to doctors and health professionals. Our team is always available for students who get injured or need immediate assistance.
Students are required to wear lanyards on campus at all times. Police officers are on site all day.
Highlands College is a big family. We encourage students to get to know each other through various student life events, small groups, and extra-curricular activities.
Students will have RA’s, small group leaders, and pastoral staff that they can reach out to.
Students at Highlands College are required to have a vehicle.
Resident Assistants are the first point of contact during conflict within student housing.
An on campus café and kitchen are available for students to purchase food or prepare food brought from home.
Ambassadors reach out to new students as soon as they arrive on campus. Students are placed in small groups and staff is very involved in welcoming new students to Highlands College.
Yes, as long as their lease term has not ended.
Yes! We have a special parent session just for you!