ABOUT

Soul Creative College

SEMESTER BREAKDOWN

Soul Creative College is an academic experience for those 18-29. Core Subjects are done by all students and build a foundation of The Bible, doctrine, personal leadership and ministry teamwork. Each student chooses between a Worship/Creative Track or a Pastoral/Leadership Track that gives them focused training in their ministry of passion and calling.

Soul Creative College Practicum is where each student gets to practice real ministry skill through hands-on experience in an area of ministry in Soul Church.

Academic classes are conducted through Southeastern University. 
The academic programs of choice are the Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Ministerial Leadership (AML). Each semester, students take four classes (12 credits). An additional three credits will be granted as practicum credit  each semester at no charge to the student. Each student receives a total of 15 credits per semester.

WEEKLY SCHEDULE


  • MONDAY
    (OFF)
    Office open 9am-4pm
  • TUESDAY
    (9AM-3PM) 
    Emphasis: Academic
  • WEDNESDAY
    (OFF) 
    Office Closed
  • THURSDAY
    (9AM-3PM) 
    Emphasis: Soul Gatherings
  • FRIDAY
    (OFF)
    Offices closed
  • SATURDAY  
    Emphasis: SERVE THE CITY
    One Saturday a month designated to community outreach. #younotme
  • SUNDAY  
    Emphasis: Soul Gatherings
    9 am & 10:30am:
    Soul City Campus Serve Teams
    7pm: Soul 2nd Campus (Optional)

PROGRAM DURATION

Our program builds a basic foundation of biblical teaching and principles for ministry coupled with practical experience and market-place skills across multiple areas of ministry. This program trains you with the skills you need to work in a ministry team setting in a local church or Christian organization.

TUITION COST

Tuition is $10,500/Year
$5,250/semester.

HOUSING COST

Housing is $ /year (dorm rate)
Housing is $ /year (commuter rate)

FINANCIAL AID

Because Southeastern University is a regionally accredited institution, its partnership with Soul Creative College enables enrolled students to pay for their college experience using federal financial aid. To be eligible for such funding, the student must file an Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as a FAFSA and maintain 12 credit hours each semester. In doing so, the student may apply for federal aid in the form of a Pell Grant, federal Stafford (student) loan or federal parent loan.*SEU’s school code is available upon being acceptance to our program.