At CUBM, we invest in excellence and provide the leadership so each student has the opportunity to achieve academic success. Students receive counseling through the year from scheduling to financial aid, and when in need of remedial work CUBM has tutoring services available.
New students are tested in English, Bible knowledge, and mathematic. Based upon the test results they may be required to enroll in remedial classes prior to the start of credited courses. These are non-credit courses but may be eligible for financial aid.
Students are encouraged to have access to a computer to complete assignments and communicate with their professor. They can share the computer lab facilities with the students at the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary (RPTS) in the event they do not have other access. RPTS maintains a newly renovated lab that houses eight computers equipped with a scanner and laser printers (including one that prints in color).
Students have full library
privileges to RPTS on site library and Geneva College online library.
The library at RPTS has quiet, well-lit reading rooms and open stacks that provide an atmosphere in which you may acquire the habits, techniques, and information that you will need in ministry. There is carefully selected materials in Old and New Testaments, in systematic and historical theology, and in the practical fields of the Church's service are included among the 68,000 cataloged volumes and 240 periodicals currently received. Printed and online indexes and bibliographies provide information about the wider field of theological literature. The Library's 8,000 bound periodical volumes supply the text of a large proportion of the articles cited in our periodical indexes.