At Southwestern Christian University we strive to provide the same exceptional academic quality and helpful resources to our adult and online students as we do our on-ground students. Follow the links below to learn more about the resources available to you.
Accreditation * Catalog * Library * SWCU Student Portal * Prior Learning Credit
Financial Aid * Scholarships * Satisfactory Academic Progress Explanation
Services for Students
Bethany Campus Map * Complaint Procedures * Disability Support Services
SCU Student Email * Instructional Video for Setting Up Email *
SCU Student Portal * Instructional Video for Setting Up Student Portal
Add-Drop Form * Graduation Application * Transcript Request * Change of Major
Drop-Add Policy * Online Textbook Receipt Policy * Adult and Online Student Handbook
Southwestern Christian University Online Student Complaint Procedure
Southwestern Christian University aims to resolve each issue presented to ensure that each individual is treated fairly and in accordance with all Southwestern Christian University policies, procedures and standards of conduct. Students who desire to resolve a grievance should follow the University’s student grievance procedure found at the University website and in the Student Handbook. If you have not been able to resolve your problem through these established avenues and need assistance with concerns related to your University experience – academic or nonacademic, please contact the Vice President and Dean of Student Life.
If a student has gone through the university grievance procedure but feel the issue cannot be solved by the university, a complaint may be filed with Southwestern Christian University’s accreditation entity, The Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500
Chicago IL 60604
Instructions for filing a complaint with the HLC can be found here.
Complaint Resolution by State
Students located outside of Oklahoma while enrolled in Southwestern Christian University may also choose to contact the appropriate higher education entity in their state. Click here for a list of each state’s higher education agency.