Living out your God-given destiny requires clarifying the vision God has for you.  Victory Outreach Bible College is the place where VISION is refined.  We are the school that trains visionary leaders to radically impact their world for Christ. The strategically designed Bachelors of Christian Ministry Degree will prepare you to fulfill God’s vision for ministry.



Open Enrollment is year-round.

All courses are taught via Zoom on Saturday mornings from 8 AM – Noon PST.

  1. The minimum requirement to apply is to be a graduate of V.E.T.I. or a graduate from a recognized Bible school with the equivalent of 2-years of formal Bible training. If you graduated from a Bible school other than V.E.T.I., contact the school and request to have your official transcripts sent to Victory Outreach Bible College, 250 W. Arrow Hwy. San Dimas, Ca. 91773.
  2. Complete the application form.
  3. Two letters of recommendation (a personal and ministry reference).
  4. One letter of recommendation from the senior pastor of your church or your regional pastor if you are the pastor.
  5. Personal essay.
  6. A $25 non-refundable application fee.  Send by cashier’s check or money order to Victory Outreach International, Attn. VO Bible College, 250 W. Arrow Hwy., San Dimas, CA 91773.

All forms, along with additional resources, are available here:


  1. A completed application is required before you can register for a class. Click here and then on the Apply Now button.
  2. Once your application and all supporting materials (references/essay) are received, the Admissions dept will review it.
  3. You will then receive, by email, approval with instructions on how to pay for tuition, or you will be asked for additional information.
  4. After successful payment, you will receive an email with instructions with your course information.


The Pastor Sonny and Julie Arguinzoni $1000 Scholarship “is currently included in the tuition for all members of Victory Outreach.


Forty-two units are required to complete the Bachelors of Christian Ministry program.

Students do not need to pay the entire tuition at once. Instead, students pay for their courses as they enroll in them.

A.  Total tuition for Victory Outreach members is $3150.
Cost per unit = $75.00. The cost of tuition does not include books and fees. See the fee section below.

B.  Total tuition for Non-Victory Outreach members is $4150.
Cost per unit = $98.81.  The cost of tuition does not include books and fees. See the fee section below.

PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE:  (For Victory Outreach Members)

  • 50% of the tuition is due at the time of registration. The remaining 50% is due 3 weeks later.
    For example, if the course you are enrolling in is a 3-unit course, the tuition is 3 x $75 or $225.  50% or $112.5 is due at the time of registration, and $112.50 is due 3 weeks later.

Payment plans are also available for Non-Victory Outreach members.

Make sure to review the Academics page for an overview of the course schedule.

The minimum investment to begin your studies at Victory Outreach Bible College is $25 (application fee) + Tuition for the first course + course textbooks.


  1. Are classes offered in person or online?  All classes are taught via Zoom only on Saturday mornings, usually from 8 am – 12 pm PST.
  2. What is the application deadline?  V.O.B.C. courses are offered throughout the year.  Students can enroll at any time. Check the calendar for the school schedule.  Applications and the supporting documents are due two weeks before the start of the first course.
  3. What if I miss the application deadline?  You can still apply, but a late fee will be applied.  * Check with the office about the exact amount.  Email: or 909.599.4437
  4. If I only have a few classes remaining to complete my degree at VETI, can I begin VOBC while taking courses to finish VETI?  You must complete all of the course requirements at VETI to be admitted to VOBC.
  5. When are the courses typically taught?  Most classes follow a Saturday schedule,  8am-12pm or 1pm-5pm.
  6. How long are the classes on Saturday? A 3-unit course consists of three 4-hour sessions.
  7. What are modules?  Modules are clusters of courses taught together (or one after the other) for the sake of strategically connecting the overlapping course themes and points of convergence to provide an in-depth student learning experience in the subject at hand.
  8. Can I simply register for one course at a time?  Yes, but we highly recommend that you enroll in all of the classes in one module before enrolling in other courses.  A module consists of two or more courses.
  9. In a standard module, will I have the same professor for both courses? Sometimes a professor will teach more than one course in the module.  It will depend on the expertise and availability of the professor.
  10. Is financial aid available?  No.  The cost is intentionally low but competitively priced to make VOBC affordable and accessible.  Payment plan options are available, and they function to make the educational costs more manageable by spreading the payments out over the entire year or allowing students to Pay As They Go according to their financial ability.
  11. Do I have to commit to paying for the entire year upfront?  No, but if you pay for a year in advance, there is s 3% discount.  You can pay per class or per module (a group of classes).

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All forms, along with additional resources, are available here: