Students must meet the following requirements:
- Be eighteen years of age. (Applicants may be younger than eighteen but must turn eighteen by the time their first semester begins and before they move into any OGTC accommodation.)
- Have had a personal experience of salvation through the person and work of Jesus Christ and have been baptized by immersion after salvation in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
- Be a member in good standing of a Baptist church that is in agreement with the doctrinal beliefs of the Our Generation Training Center.
- Have graduated from high school or received a GED.
- Provide official transcripts for all (higher education) schools previously attended and be in good standing with those schools, academically, financially, and behaviorally. (Transfer credit will be considered and evaluated by the Administration on a case-by-case basis.)
- Exhibit the ability to accomplish the requirements for students attending the OGTC.
- Agree to abide by the doctrinal beliefs, core values, code of conduct, policies, and procedures of the Our Generation Training Center.
- Have the financial ability to pay for housing, tuition, and fees associated with being a student in the Our Generation Training Center.
Understanding the Application Process
After a prospective student has filled out the Get Started Now form above, he/she will be guided through the following checklist of items by an admissions advisor to become a fully enrolled student of the Our Generation Training Center.
- Complete the OGTC Application (with questions, email email@example.com)
- Pay a non-refundable Application Fee of $50
- Get both a criminal and financial (credit) background check and submit it before arriving.
- Provide proof of financial ability to pay your school bill.
- Provide the name and contact information of your pastor for reference.
- Complete an interview with at least one member of the Administration.
- Satisfy any additional interviews, exams, or requirements the Administration may deem necessary.
- Be approved by the Administration (via an Acceptance Letter).
The OGTC does not discriminate against applicants, employees, students, volunteers or others on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin, however as a religious institution, the OGTC reserves the right to deny or terminate enrollment or persons whose lifestyle, words, actions, or otherwise do not align with the OGTC Statement of Faith, Code of Conduct, or other policies. This statement is not intended to waive the ministerial exception or any other exception or exemption to federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws or regulations.