Unapologetic Christian Heritage

Any student desiring a distinctively Christian foundation for their college career is encouraged to apply.

Minimum admission requirements include a 2.0 GPA and an ACT score of 15 or higher/SAT scores of 740 or higher or proper Accuplacer score. Accuplacer may be taken on campus prior to, or, upon registration. Students are required to take the written portion of these tests.

The deadline for admission and financial aid consideration is Aug. 1 for the fall semester and Jan. 1 for the spring semester. YCC also offers J-Terms, summer classes, night classes, and weekend intensives.

Early Admission

Attention all high school students, you may take courses for college credit at Yellowstone Christian College each semester and begin working toward your degree! Early Enrollment students must complete the general admission procedure and in addition submit the following items:

1. You will need a letter of approval from your parent or guardian.

2. You will need a letter from your high school counselor indicating your academic ability level, emotional maturity, and social development.

3. If you have not taken the ACT or SAT, you will need to take the Accuplacer Exam to determine eligibility for certain classes. Accuplacer is taken at the YCC library for $20 initial test and $15 for any retest. An appointment is necessary. Call 406.656.9950, and ask for the Library or email Susan Overholt at or McKenna Overholt at

Application Forms

Apply online by downloading the APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION FORM and complete the form and email it to Also required is the PASTOR’S RECOMMENDATION FORM. Download this form and email it to your pastor for completion – then have your pastor mail it to: 1515 South Shiloh Rd., Billings MT 59106

Largest Theological Collection

YCC’s library is proud to own one of the largest theological collections in the Northwest. With 35,000 volumes available to students and the community, students will never be without sound academic resources.

Small Community

With about 100 students on campus, students will create deep, lasting relationships with peers, faculty, and administration.

Community Involvement

YCC desires to see all students grow in their faith. This happens by getting plugged into a local church. Ministry students are required to engage in a mentor partnership with a local pastor in addition to weekly service duties.