Online Learning

Earn your degree from anywhere

Are you unable to seriously consider relocating for studies as a Welch College campus student? No problem! Welch College can come to where you are, as long as you have a good Internet connection.

This is a perfect program for adults who find themselves already caring for family, church, job, or career. They can work on becoming more effective church or business workers, without having to interrupt their current responsibilities.

If you have the same commitment to faithfulness, excellence and service in all things, then we should talk! Our program is accredited, the same as the campus program. Faithfulness to God’s Word in all things, in all courses, among all students and all faculty. That is Welch College, on campus or online.

Programs Offered

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS

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A.S. IN MINISTRY

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A.S. IN BUSINESS

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THEOLOGICAL STUDIES

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Financial Aid

Welch College is committed to helping every student pay for their education and to graduate with a minimum of debt. In 2015, approximately 90% of our students received some form of financial aid.

2016-2017 Schedule for Online Programs

SESSION REGISTRATION
DEADLINE
ORIENTATION COURSE WORK
Fall 2016 A July 15 July 25-31 Aug. 1-Sep. 11
Fall 2016 B September 2 Sep. 19-Sep. 30 Sept. 19-Oct. 30
Fall 2016 C TBA  TBA Nov. 7-Dec. 18
Spring 2017 A December 23 Jan.2-8 Jan. 9- Feb. 19
Spring 2017 B February 10 Feb. 20-26 Feb. 27- April 9
Spring 2017 C TBA TBA April 17-May8

We’re here to help.

Allan Crowson
Director of Online Studies
Phone: 615-844-5221
Fax: 615-269-6028
acrowson@welch.edu

Jena Simpson
Online Office Manager
Phone: 615-844-5226
jenasimpson@welch.edu

Daniel Webster
Director of Marketing
Cell: 615-431-9322
daniel.webster@welch.edu

Angie Edgmon
Financial Aid Coordinator
Phone: 615-844-5249
Fax: 615-844-5004
finaid@welch.edu

NOTE: Online courses are designed for non-traditional, adult students. This means that applicants must be at least 23 years old.

Underage students may submit a written appeal for an exception to take online courses. Appeals are based on extenuating circumstances such as health-related problems (the student or a family member for whom the student is caretaker), physical disabilities that preclude traditional enrollment, or military service obligations that prevent traditional enrollment. Appeals that are granted for such reasons may result in the student being permitted to enroll in one or two courses and a periodic evaluation of progress. Written appeals should be submitted to the Provost at gketteman@welch.edu or by U.S. Mail to:
Provost
Welch College
3606 West End Avenue
Nashville, TN 37205