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Is Multnomah Reno-Tahoe accredited?

Yes, Multnomah is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), Association of Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), and Association of Theological Schools (ATS).

Is Multnomah Reno-Tahoe affiliated with a specific denomination?

Multnomah is an evangelical university that is not affiliated with any particular denomination. For specifics, see our doctrinal statement.

Will Multnomah Reno-Tahoe accept credits from other colleges?

Multnomah accepts credits from accredited institutions provided:

  • Courses taken at an accredited college/university are transferable (see the catalog for the college/university where courses were taken) AND
  • You received a grade of “C” or better AND
  • The course meets one of our general education requirements. (See our catalog, pages 36-41)

Check out our list of colleges in the area. If your college is not listed, please contact Amy Friesen at 503-251-5374 or send an e-mail to: registrar@multnomah.edu

Does Multnomah Reno-Tahoe accept credits from unaccredited Bible Colleges?

Multnomah grants a limited amount of credit for classes taken at unaccredited institutions.

What forms are needed to apply for financial aid?

Complete the first step for financial assistance by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

What types of scholarships are available?

Visit our financial aid pages for detailed information about aid offered at Multnomah.

What does a homeschooled student need to submit for admission?

The homeschooled student’s application process is similar to any other student’s application process. You will find more details on our home school requirements page.

What are the admission requirements?

The requirements and process for admission to Multnomah Biblical Seminary apply to all Multnomah Connect applicants. You can find out about the admissions process by visiting our Admissions page.