b) Call to Ministry Essay (2-page, 12pt font, Times New Roman, single-spaced). This will be used to determine both your readiness and writing ability and should be at a college level.
*Essay Prompt: Describe how and when you made a decision to follow Christ. Using personal examples, share about your growth as a Christian over the past years. Share God's calling in your life. Describe your aspirations about full-time ministry.
2. Send this New Student Reference Form link to two (2) individuals for them to submit, who can attest to the applicant's call to ministry, character, academics, and/or employment.
3. Submit a non-refundable $100 application fee. Please send a check payable to 'Smokey Point Community Church', with the applicant's name on the memo line.
Reach Training Institute
Attn: RTI Admissions
PO Box 3247
Arlington, WA 98223
4. Submit official transcript(s) from high school(s) attended or any post-high school education. Transcripts must be current through the time of application. Transcripts will be considered official ONLY when sent directly from the educational institution to RTI, via the address above. Note: Homeschool students and international students have special instructions for high school transcripts. Please contact the admissions advisor for instructions.
Note: As part of the curriculum, RTI first year students will be required to participate in an 8-10 day overseas trip during late September/early October which will be determined as soon as possible during the summer before the school term. Lab fees split over the course of 6 month will be required in addition to tuition. This money can be raised by the student. The trip for the 2020-2021 School Year will cost $1,500 (3) $500 payments. Also, please note that students will be required to buy the Grammerly upgrade (around $100 a year) and purchase their own books each term.
Review of Application
1. The RTI admissions committee will review all application submitted.
2. Applicants who meet the basic criteria for enrollment will be invited by the Admissions Advisor for a formal interview.
3. Prior to scheduling an interview, applicants must submit all required paperwork: application, letters of recommendation, transcripts and application fee.
Note: RTI students do not begin taking Crown College courses until their junior year. Therefore, students will apply to Crown at the end of their sophomore year. The RTI Admissions Office will assist in this process.
The Admissions Committee members review application materials and interview notes for each student. Admissions status falls into three categories:
>Do not Recommend
>Re-apply to the program at a later date
We notify applicants to their status over the phone and is followed by an official letter through the mail.
Dates to Note
Early Action deadline is the third Friday in January.
Applications for the fall semester that are received after the deadline above, are considered and processed, if space is available and time allows.
All admissions review and decisions will be conducted no later than the first of June.