Christ Mission College
Generations Reaching the Nations
The CMC assessment schedule is currently under revision. Please check back later to view the changes from the Spring 2022 semester leading into the 2022-2023 academic year.
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Christ Mission College continues to follow guidance from state and local agencies to ensure compliance with current regulations in order to provide our students, faculty, and staff with a safe learning and working environment. We would like to thank our faculty and staff for their responsiveness to the situation this last year as we continue to make certain that our campus is safe and accountable for our community.
After completing the application please download the following reference forms and have them mailed by the person filling them out to our admission office at: 10822 FM 1560 N, San Antonio, TX 78254.
Employer Reference | Pastor Reference
Please mail the medical release form to the same address mentioned above.
Monday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Evening Hours 6:15 PM – 10:15 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Evening Hours 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Evening Hours CLOSED
Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Evening Hours 6:15 PM – 10:15 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Evening Hours 6:15 PM – 10:15 PM
*Closed for lunch hour every afternoon (12:30 PM -1:30 PM)
Christ Mission College’s tuition and room & board rates are kept low so that students are able to complete their program without having to take out student loans. The college does not accept student loans to cover the cost of tuition or room and board. In addition to low rates, the college offers various discounts and scholarships as well as a Campus Work Program which enables students to work on campus. Their compensation is applied directly to their outstanding balance. Students may also apply for and use the Federal Pell Grant toward their tuition cost if they qualify.
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Due to regional and national recommendations, EVM Library is closed to the public until further notice. Because of this, EVM Library recommends that students visit the following links to access free resources that will be useful during these times.
Project Gutenberg – Free Ebook Project
NTS Library – Online Christian Reference Materials
Geeky Christian – Free Ebooks
Please submit initial application and contact our admissions department before submitting your essay.
a-Practice Christ’s presence as our core curriculum for life and mission through the daily disciplines of prayer, study, and discipleship in community
b-Maximize our enrollment capacity with an effective recruitment/marketing plan through insightful consultation, strong staff development, interoffice coordination, expansion of the CMC network, emphasis on the call of God experience, and increased outreach in our priority student markets while optimizing our mission message with Initial Accreditation status and Title IV federal grant funding to best draw students from our primary target area of San Antonio and beyond
c-Strengthen and diversify income streams with an expanded business model that includes CMC land sales, Master Plan campus and retail development, reserve fund capacities, Initial Accreditation Status with Title IV federal grant funding, major donors, alumni scholarships, fund raising, and increased enrollment income to support the Campus Revitalization Plan which include life safety and ADA compliance regulations
d-Innovate and integrate new components of the Internship Program to further enhance student experiences in the Co-Curricular Program
e-Support the Library with qualified personnel through continued employment of both a part-time MSLS degreed Librarian and the continued training/education of a full-time Library Technician
f-Explore the feasibility of offering new majors and programs and expanding to new extension sites
This is a two-year program that focuses on both biblical/theological studies as well as general education studies to deliver a well-rounded balance for students as they prepare to launch into ministry.
• Fifteen credit hours per semester (60 hours)
• Two missions trips a year (4 trips total over 2 years)
• A minimum of 50 hours of Church Involvement per semester
(200 hours over 2 years)
• A minimum of 30 hours of Student Ministries Involvement per
semester (120 hours over 2 years)
• A minimum of 80% attendance of chapel services over 4 years
• A quality internship experience every two years (1 total
over 2 years)
This is a four-year program that focuses on both biblical/theological studies as well as general education studies to deliver a well-rounded balance for students as they prepare to launch into ministry.
• Fifteen credit hours per semester (120 hours, including on practicum)
• Two missions trips a year (8 trips total over 4 years)
• A minimum of 50 hours of Church Involvement per semester (400 hours
over 4 years)
• A minimum of 30 hours of Student Ministries Involvement per semester
(240 hours over 4 years)
• A minimum of 80% attendance of chapel services over 4 years)
• A quality internship experience every two years (2 total over 4 years)