Frequently Asked Questions

What is Radiant College?
Radiant College offers two paths to grow into your God given calling. One is our degree seeking program for which we partnered with Southeastern University to offer various degree options. The second option is our non-degree seeking evening program where students will grow in their Biblical and leadership knowledge. Combined with this, students will be immersed in the culture of Radiant Church and gain practical ministry experience.
Do I get to focus on a certain track?

Yes. Each student will have the opportunity to focus on either Children’s Ministry, Student Ministry, Worship, Creative, Pastoral Ministry or Missions and Outreach.

What do I receive if I finish?

After completing Radiant College, you will have gained valuable life experience and ministry training from serving at Radiant Church. Not only that, but after two years of study our degree seeking students are eligible to receive a degree from Southeastern University.

Is housing available?

Unfortunately, housing is not available at the present time.

Who is teaching the classes?

Southeastern University will provide online courses for the degree seeking students. For our evening program, classes will be taught by our team of Pastors and staff.

What does the application process look like?

Each degree seeking student must apply directly through Southeastern University, to which the link is provided on this site. All non-degree seeking students will apply on the radiant.college website.

How long is the program?

The evening program is a one year curriculum. Our degree seeking students are not required to finish the program in a certain time frame, but can go at their own pace.

When can I apply?

Radiant college offers rolling admission, which means you are able to apply in either the Spring or Fall Semesters

Who is Radiant college for?

Radiant College is for all young people, whether you feel called to full time ministry or to carry influence in the marketplace.

Does the program offer financial aid or student loans?

Because Southeastern University is a regionally accredited institution, its partnership with Radiant 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.

Does the program offer financial aid or student loans?

Because Southeastern University is a regionally accredited institution, its partnership with Radiant 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.

Is this an accredited program?

Yes, our degree seeking program partners with Southeastern University and Southeastern University is an accredited university authorized to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s, and doctorate degrees.

Will credits from other colleges transfer or can I transfer credits from Radiant College to another college?

Yes! Each school varies, but most general and some spiritual classes will transfer in or transfer out to other schools, again depending on what the other schools or SEU accepts.

What is the cost of Radiant College?

The cost for degree seeking students is determined by the amount of credit hours a student takes. The cost of the evening program is $500 for the year.