We are glad that you are interested in applying for Fall 2013. Baptist College reached a new milestone in Fall 2012 with a total enrollment of 1025 students! And the upcoming Fall 2013 term has already created much excitement as we prepare to launch our new academic program in Biomedical Sciences. Click here to learn more!
Since all enrolled students are required to have personal health insurance to protect themselves in the event of illnesses or accidents, the college offers student health insurance coverage available through Aetna Student Health. Students taking at least one hour who are in our regular academic programs are eligible at the rate of $500 per trimester per student. Spouse and child coverage is available for an additional fee and may be accessed through the Aetna Student Health website.
Students are reminded that immunizations must be kept up-to-date in order to avoid a hold at the time of pre-registration for each term. A TB skin test must remain current each year that you are enrolled, and some immunizations require a series and/or a titer to be complete. Questions about your health records and immunizations should be directed to Mr. Tom Crouse R.N., at UT Health Services at (901) 448-1384.
A non-refundable housing application fee of $100 is due with submission of the application. A damage deposit of $250 is required prior to move-in.
Upon occupancy of a room by the applicant, the damage deposit will be held until the student graduates or otherwise vacates the Residence Hall. It is retained until the student moves out of campus housing permanently at the end of the trimester. Students forfeit the damage deposit if they vacate a room after Move-in Day and before the end of a term.
Submitted by Mitzi Roberts on October 27, 2008 - 12:44pm
The DMS major is accredted by CAAHEP on recommendation by the JRC-DMS. A complete listing of all accreditated schools in the nation can be found at www.caahep.org. Our degree allows students to receive educational concentrations in General, Vascular and Cardiac.