Prospective students who would like to visit Scarborough College may call to schedule a campus tour. Scarborough College will provide lodging up to two nights, and a full campus tour will be provided along with an opportunity to visit with enrollment specialists and faculty members.
Prospective students will be able to learn first-hand about life on the campus of Scarborough College, as well as life in the Fort Worth/Dallas area.
For prospective students in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex unable to visit campus, an enrollment specialist will come to you! Prospective students will meet one of our enrollment specialists at a restaurant near you, where you will be able to ask questions, learn more about Scarborough College, and apply without paying the application fee.
To schedule a campus tour or Scarborough Premiere and learn the specific details of being our guest, register online using our tour registration form or please contact:
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 22740
Fort Worth TX 76122-0740
Phone: 1-800-SWBTS-01 or 817-923-1921, ext. 2700
The application process can be completed online.
In its admission policies, Scarborough College assumes the student is able to provide testimony of a salvation experience and Christian commitment, proven conduct in accordance with Christian standards set forth in the Bible, active church involvement, and unqualified approval from the church where they are currently members. In addition to these assumptions, certain general credentials must be present in a prospective student’s life for admission to Scarborough College. Some of these credentials include:
Individuals seeking admission into any course of study at Scarborough College must submit an application for admission through the Office of Admissions. All supporting documents that are part of the admissions application must be received before an admission decision will be made. Registration for classes will be possible only after the Admissions Committee has granted approval for admission.
Applications may be received up to 12 months prior to the beginning of the semester you intend to enroll. If you delay enrollment for more than two semesters, you will be asked to complete an updated application before once again being accepted for admission.
Applicants whose divorce has been finalized for less than one calendar year or who are currently separated usually have to delay enrollment.The Admissions committee may also take theological, ethical, and other issues into consideration for acceptance.
Individuals who have been convicted of a crime, other than a traffic violation or a similar misdemeanor where only a fine was assessed, should wait a minimum of one calendar year after the sentence has been served (including probation) before submitting an application.
The basic application for admission to the College includes:
Qualified high school students may complete freshman level college classes during their junior and senior year of high school. Students in their junior year are able to take one class per semester (Fall and Spring), and students in their senior year are able to take two classes per semester (Fall and Spring).
Regular tuition rates apply for high school dual enrollment classes. Tuition for the first class taken, however, is waived for high school students.