Tabor College is a member of Acadeum, a network of accredited colleges and universities that share online course offerings. These courses have been pre-approved by Tabor College for students to request registration. Courses taken through Acadeum are considered institutional credit and impact the student’s GPA and graduation requirements in the same way a Tabor College course does. The course will appear on the student’s Tabor College transcript as a Tabor course.

Students are not eligible to register for an Acadeum course if Tabor College offers the same course during the same term.


Students can view and request the course by clicking on the link below, signing up for an account using their Tabor College email, verifying their email, and requesting to register for pre-approved courses. Please note that all registrations are dependent on Tabor’s approval on a student-by-student basis. You will be notified when your request is approved or denied. An application does not automatically ensure admission to the course. The Registrar’s Office staff has the right to deny any course request.

If your enrollment request is accepted by Tabor College and the teaching institution, please note the following terms:

  • The student is a degree-seeking student at Tabor College.
  • The student has satisfied all the course prerequisites of the Host institution.
  • Upon completion of each course, Tabor College will post the final grade on the student’s Tabor transcript. Acadeum grades will be counted in Tabor College’s GPA and the credit hours will all be counted in the ‘attempted’ and ‘earned’ categories for Satisfactory Academic Progress calculations.
  • Students are responsible for adhering to course participation and policies of the teaching institution, which includes logging in on the course start date, submitting assignments, securing textbooks and learning materials, and following through on all required actions as stated on the syllabus and by the teaching institution.
  • Tuition and textbooks for Acadeum courses are not included in Tabor College’s tuition and fees.
  • Tabor College will not intervene in grade disputes in cases where a Tabor student is dissatisfied with the final grade issued by the teaching institution.
  • Course drop dates are determined by the teaching institution. Tabor College will not intervene in disputes regarding course drops, withdrawals, and/or refunds in cases where the student did not meet the teaching institution’s deadlines.

Price per 3-hour course: $795

Price per 4-hour course: $1,060

Pre-Approved Transfer Classes


  • If you wish to drop or withdraw from an Acadeum-CIC course, please email Tabor College at or 620-947-3121. Do not contact the teaching institution directly.
  • Be advised that add/drop and withdrawal dates for Acadeum courses may differ from Tabor College’s deadlines. Students will observe all regulations in effect at the host institution including, but not limited to, academic integrity policies, calendar deadlines, and procedures for adding/dropping or withdrawing from classes.
  • Teaching Institutions process withdrawals in the same way they process grades. If a student withdraws from an Acadeum course, the teaching institution will send the “W” to Tabor College to be recorded on the student’s Tabor transcript.

Billing Deadline/Payment Plans

  • Students will pay the applicable Acadeum-course price. Billing will follow all of Tabor College’s procedures and deadlines for the period in which the Acadeum course takes place. All costs and billing will be directly from Tabor College, not the teaching institution.
  • Students are responsible for all learning material costs, including textbooks, as determined by the teaching institution.

Disability Accommodations

  • If you are a student with a disability and wish to use accommodations for an Acadeum course, please contact the Student Success Office at or 620.947.3121. The Student Success office will facilitate the accommodations process with the teaching institution. It is best to make the request as soon as possible because it may take time to approve and implement the accommodation.