Students enrolled at AIHC School of Biblical Studies are citizens of the academic community; thus, they are always expected to conduct themselves as law-abiding members of this school. Students admitted to this school are given special privileges as well as responsibilities that set them apart from non-students. The school and the academic community share a unique relationship; in that, it recognizes school officials (i.e. President) as authorized individuals to take necessary action to maintain safe conditions and preserve the integrity of the school and its educational environment. The staff and faculty at AIHC School of Biblical Studies are committed to the spiritual and academic development of the student body. The heart of this school is to prepare students to re-pre-sent Jesus Christ through a life of service to Him and others. As members of this school community, students are expected to actively engage in its academic life and to act with dignity and respect for others in promoting a learning environment conducive to the school’s mission.
To promote a sense of connectedness through student engagement and interaction among students and their instructors, school attendance is mandatory.
Code of Conduct
Students who choose to attend AIHC School of Biblical Studies accept responsibility for promoting the school's welfare by adhering to the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities. The school is committed to the safety of its students, thus certain actions will not be tolerated in order to maintain a secure learning environment that are free from major distractions.