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In Four Steps:
Everything you need to know about applying to MOMBI can be found in this section. Click on the dropdown links below for more detailed information. Be sure to review the steps you must take, and when, in order to ensure your application receives the proper attention.
To begin the application process, find your program, scroll to the bottom of the program page click "Apply" button, you will be taking to the application page. If you do not have a student number yet, start by clicking "Request Student Number" menu button, follow the onscreen instructions to receive your student number.
Please note that the allocation of a student number does not mean that you have completed the application process, please go through all the steps below to ensure that your application is complete and has reached us.
Incomplete applications will not be handled by the institute.
If you do already have a student number, go to Step 2
When you receive your student number, please go to the "ADMISSIONS" page, click "Apply Now" menu tab on the left -hand side of the page, scroll down to the bottom of the page, click "Start Your Application" follow the onscreen instructions to create your application.
Please follow the steps as set out in the e-application. You must please ensure that the information you provide is correct. If the information is incorrect the MOMBI is entitled to reject your application, terminate your application or cancel your registration immediately.
Once all necessary information has been received, your file will be forwarded for an initial review. Our Admissions Office will update you on the progress of your application and inform you of any further materials your program of interest may require. You’ve waited at least 5 business days from the date of submission of the application, you are now ready to receive update on the progress of your application!
You will be sent a formal offer of admission email containing information that enable you to login to the "Accept or Decline Offer page, You should respond to your offer within 2 weeks via the "Admissions" page to either accept or decline the offer being made to you. If you do not confirm your Offer of Admission by the Confirmation Deadline Date, your Offer of Admission will expire.
If you accept the offer. Your official offer letter will follow, containing your Student Identification Number. It is a eleven-digit number that uniquely identifies you at MOMBI and is linked specifically to you. For example: 00012345678. The Student ID Number is used to keep track of registration and academic permanent records, such as the enrollment certifications, student accounts, transcript, grade reports, etc.
Your Student ID Number (M-number - MOMBI Number), along with your username, allows you to access MOMBI Online Services (MOS). Your student ID number is printed at the top of the correspondence (a formal offer of admission) sent to you from MOMBI.
NOTE: Your application is NOT complete until all four steps have been completed.
Students Must Provide The Following:
♦ PC Users: Windows 7 or later, Internet access, email address, most recent version of Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome.
♦ Macintosh Users: OS 10.9 or later, Internet access, email address, most recent version of Safari, Chrome or Firefox.
♦ Broadband Internet Connection (DSL, Cable, or FiOS).
♦ Pop-Up Blockers: Pop-ups must be enabled in order to use certain features of the course.
♦ A microphone and speaker (most computers and laptops come with these preinstalled), or a headset is recommended for use during online chat. Some courses have additional software requirements and may require CD and/or DVD computer drives to run software. Please check our current course listing page to find out the software needed for specific course(s).
Prior to attending an online course, students should learn how to log onto their Internet Service, use their web browser, send and receive email, and send and receive file attachments.
STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT
Integrity in life
Each MOMBI Online student is expected to act in a manner that reflects biblical values and to develop personal character traits that show maturity. As a result, reasonable policies, procedures, and regulations have been developed to guarantee each student’s freedom to learn and to protect their rights. Failure to observe these standards may result in a review of a student’s behavior for appropriate determination. Such behavior could be grounds for dismissal from the online school at any time with no reimbursement of fees.
► Harassment and Sexual Harassment
MOMBI Online is committed to fostering an online learning environment free of harassment. Verbal or written conduct that is unwelcome, or that denigrates or shows hostility or aversion toward an individual based on any of the factors listed below will not be tolerated. Harassment of any form is strictly against MOMBI Online policy and may result in disciplinary action.
Harassment is any verbal or physical action based upon race, color, creed, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, handicap, or sexual orientation. Sexual harassment includes but is not limited to sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or unwelcome contact. Sexual innuendoes, use of obscene language, and telling sexual jokes can also be construed as sexual harassment. (1 Cor. 6:9–10, 18–20, Matt. 5:28, Heb. 13:4, Rom. 1:26–27, Ps. 119:37, 1 John 2:16)
► Use of MOMBI Online Name
Students may not under any circumstances, without the Institute’s prior written consent, use the name “MT. OLIVES MINISTERIAL BIBLE INSTITUTE” in any form or use any symbol or logo or graphic used by or associated with Mt. Olives Ministerial Bible Institute alone or with the name “MOMBI” or any name, symbol, logo, or graphic confusingly similar to MOMBI’s name, symbols, logo, or graphics as part of an e-mail address, a “home page,” or a second or higher-level domain name for any online network a student utilizes, originates, or registers with Internet or similar authority. Unauthorized use of the name “MOMBI,” “Mt. Olives Ministerial Bible Institute,” or any symbol, logo, or graphic used by or associated with the Institute or any confusingly similar thereto, is a violation of MOMBI policies and subject to sanctions.
► Abuse, and Discrimination
The safety and well-being of students is of utmost importance. MOMBI does not tolerate hazing, physical or verbal abuse, coercion, stalking, intimidation, discrimination, or any other behavior that places the health and safety of other students in jeopardy. Students must avoid the use of divisive or inflammatory comments, symbols, or actions of any kind, even in jest. (Col. 3:8; 4:6; Eph. 4:29–32)
According to the Word of God, followers of Christ are expected to
manifest the fruit of the Spirit such as “love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control” and “put on compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, longsuffering, bearing with one another and forgiving one another” (Gal. 5:22‑23; Col. 3:12-14).
Thank you for your interest in beginning -- or continuing -- your educational journey at Mt. Olives Ministerial Bible Institute. MOMBI welcomes your application and we look forward to getting to know you throughout the application process.
Admission to MOMBI is open to all. In all programs or operations of the Institute, no distinction is made between persons on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, age, disability, religion or national origin.
CONFIDENTIALITY OF STUDENT RECORDS
MOMBI realizes and understands the confidential nature of student records. Student records will not be released to a third party without the student’s written permission. At MOMBI we respect and honor your right to privacy and exercise extreme care in keeping your records confidential.
What’s your next step?
BEING MADE AN OFFER
Accept your Offer of Admission
Congratulations on your admission to the Mt. Olives Ministerial Bible Institute! We look forward to welcoming you to the MOMBI family.
To accept your offer of admission, please check the formal offer of admission email sent to you from MOMBI that enable you to login to the "Admission Acceptance Form" page to completing your Offer of Admission.
You should respond to your offer within 2 weeks via the Admissions" page to either accept or decline the offer being made to you. If you do not confirm your Offer of Admission by the Confirmation Deadline Date, your Offer of Admission will expire.
LOGIN TO ACCEPT.DECLINE AN ADMISSION OFFER
Changing your start date
If I am admitted, but am unable to attend, is it possible to defer until the next year?
If you no longer wish to start your course in the term for which you have received an offer, you may be able to defer your offer to another start date within the same academic year. If deferral for your course is possible,
If the request for deferral is refused, your original offer will remain valid for the current year. You can also reinstate your application for consideration the following year as long as the program is running.
If your deferral is granted you will need to secure your deferred offer for next year you must pay a non-refundable deposit of $47.00. This amount will be offset against your tuition fees when you register at MOMBI.
If you fail to take up your place the following year you would need to reapply.
IMPORTANT: Only students having paid their ﬁrst fees can be granted deferral of admission. Subsequent requests for deferral are considered new applications and you will need to apply to MOMBI again (this includes submitting an additional application fee). Once your request has been granted, you will receive a new Letter of Acceptance in one to two weeks.
- You must accept your Offer of Admission for the term to which you were initially admitted by the deadline stated on the offer.
- You will not be required to reapply through the MOMBI Application Centre.
- You must submit a written request (see below) at least one week prior to the beginning of the term to which you were initially admitted.
- You must explain your reasons for requesting the deferral and summarize your plans for the deferral period. Include your Student ID number, first and last name, the program you are requesting the deferral for, and the term you would like to start your studies.
- Your deferral may not exceed 3 academic terms (1 year).
- Normally, a deferral will be granted only if you have not undertaken full-time academic studies during the deferral period unless those studies are deemed to enrich your education and will not negatively affect your admissibility. Each case will be considered on an individual basis.
- You must meet all conditions outlined on your original Offer of Admission by the date specified on that offer.
- A revised Offer of Admission will be sent, and you will need to confirm in writing your intention to enrol.