El Camino Christian college was founded to raise up and equip a new generation of highly qualified, Christ-Centered, Spirit-Filled, and Spirit-Empowered Servants to provide transformational leadership both in the Church and in our culture. El Camino seeks to professionally educate and equip leaders who will boldly share the Gospel, serve in vibrant local churches, and penetrate and impact the marketplace through various marketplace vocations.
To ensure the highest quality of postsecondary education in a Spirit-Filled environment, El Camino Christian College has partnered with Randall University, a vibrant, Christ-centered university with national accreditation and authorized by the US Department of Education to participate in the Title IV Financial Aid Program which offers students access to Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunities Grants, and the Stafford Education loan programs. Randall University is listed in The American Council on Education’s Accredited Institutions of Postsecondary Education, in the Higher Education directory, and on the US Department of Education’s website of accredited postsecondary institutions. Randall is also approved to participate in the Veteran’s Administration educational assistance program.
Randall University is named after one of America’s foremost antislavery, abolitionist leaders, Benjamin Randall. He was a man whose life was committed to being a transformational changer in society. It is through this partnership that El Camino students receive an accredited education and Federal Financial Aid to be equipped as 21st Century transformational Servant Leaders. Through this partnership students are enrolled in and graduate with a Randall University degree.
El Camino Christian College is provided religious exemption status within the provisions of the State of California Education Code and the authority of the California Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education. Through this it offers Biblical, theological and ministry programs.