A New Way to Learn

What has God put on your heart?

Seapointe College is committed to:

Mentorship – we partner you with experts in the field of your interest to make sure you learn everything you need to know.

Anti-Debt – no student loans, just scholarship applications to cover what you can’t afford.

Personalization – every student gets their own IMP (Individualized Ministry Plan) to make sure your internship and class schedule is perfectly tailored to you.


Seapointe College offers an education that you can use to further your vocation and impact your community, by providing you with a team of local, credentialed professionals, experts in their field, dedicated to your success.


Learn how to hear His VOICE, read His WORD, follow His DIRECTION, operate in His PEACE, find LONGEVITY in your PURPOSE, and partner with other PEOPLE OF FAITH to find success in your calling.

At Seapointe, our students are equipped for life and leadership:

  • Start a nonprofit
  • Build a business
  • Serve your church
  • Plant a church
  • Develop biblical leadership tools
  • Run for government office
  • Serve on boards, commissions, and committees
  • Go on to a Master’s Degree
  • Impact your community

Seapointe College admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.

How to Apply

In fulfilling its mission to prepare and train future Christian leaders, Seapointe College sets requirements for admission that consider the following:

  • A prospective student’s relationship with Christ and his or her church involvement
  • A commitment to Christian service
  • Satisfactory academic qualification for college level work

We are here to guide you through the application process and are available to answer all questions to make this as easy as possible. Please call or text: 757-777-1438


  • Fall/Spring Full-time (12 or more credit hours): $5,000 flat rate per semester
  • Part-time: $420 per credit hour
  • Dual enrollment: $420 per class

  • Summer classes: $500 per class

    *Scholarships are available. We are committed to a no student-debt approach.


Seapointe College accepts transfer credits from other higher education institutions, high school advanced placement credits, CLEP and International Baccalaureate (IB) subject examinations, and military credits. All decisions are made on a case-by-case basis and are final. Credits awarded that meet the course criteria will be posted on the student’s Seapointe College official academic record as transfer credit after the student completes a minimum of 9 credits at Seapointe College.

Seapointe College Bachelor’s Degree requires 31 credit hours of General Education courses, 30 credit hours of Biblical Theological Studies, 52 credits of Professional Development Electives to include Core, Major and Minor classes, and 8 credits of Internship.  Up to 49% of those total credit hours may be transferred from other institutions; however, all enrolled students must take the core classes offered at Seapointe College. Grades and GPAs do not transfer to Seapointe College.

Transfer credit requirements

  • The student must have earned a grade of a C or higher in the courses to be transferred.
  • Credits must have been earned within ten calendar years prior to the semester for which the application is made.
  • Transfer courses must be undertaken at an accredited institution (regional or recognized national accreditation)
  • Transfer courses of Biblical or Theological nature must be undertaken at an institution that upholds a statement of faith similar to Seapointe College.
  • Student must submit an official transcript from each institution
  • Student may be asked to provide the syllabus for the course for evaluation by the Academic Dean:
  • Course must be similar in content and schedule
  • Course Textbook should either be equivalent or better
  • Course rigor/assignments should be comparable
  • Student may be asked meet with the current instructor or the Academic Dean to discuss the content area and ensure the student is adequately knowledgeable.

Advanced Placement Credit

Seapointe College will accept Advanced Placement (AP) credits with a score of 3 or higher on the Advanced Placement test. Advanced Placement test results must be sent officially either on the student’s official high school transcript or directly from College Board.

CLEP Examinations

Seapointe College will accept CLEP examinations with a score of 50 or better. CLEP examination results must be sent directly to the Academic Dean to be accepted and processed.

International Baccalaureate (IB) subject examinations

Seapointe College will award credit for International Baccalaureate (IB) subject examinations with scores of 5 or higher in Standard Level exams and with scores of 4 or higher in High Level exams. Official International Baccalaureate exam scores must be sent to the Academic Dean in order to be considered for transfer and processed.

Military Credit

Seapointe College will accept military credit upon a course-by-course review. All accepted credit must meet the conditions and stipulations stated in the transfer credit requirements.

Internship Credit

Internship credit may be transferred in on a case-by-case basis