The housing/meal plan/facilities usage fee is available by a separate agreement directly between the student and Cannon Beach Conference Center (CBCC), and is not a legal agreement between the student and the Christian Culinary Academy (CCA). See "Housing" section of catalog for more information on availability and amenities. Total housing cost must be submitted to CBCC in (at the most) two payments (i.e., one per semester), at the latest 15 days prior to each semester. Due to the inability of CBCC to resell the room if a student exits the program, the housing/facilities fee is non-refundable. Housing is available while student is at school only, not on internship. Students will pay CBCC directly for these services.
- (*) Single Occupancy dormitory rooms are subject to availability.
- (**) Commuter package is for students living in the local community. It does not include housing or any meals outside class, and is subject to approval. Commuter students will have an added cost for meals and occupancy during occasional field trips.
Terms of Payment
Enrollment Fee, activity fee, supply costs, and a $500 tuition deposit are due within 30 days of acceptance letter to secure your spot. The following three tuition payment plans are available. With the administrative cost of keeping up with multiple payment plans, discounts are offered as follows.
- Payment Plan 1
- Eight Monthly Payments
- No Discount
- Payment Plan 2
- Two Payments
- 2.5% off tuition ($250)
- Payment Plan 3
- Up Front Payment in Full
- 5% off tuition ($500)
CCA has limited funds available for scholarships. Awards are based primarily on financial need and are dispersed through the student's chosen payment schedule. After completing and turning in the Application for Admission, prospective students may request and complete the scholarship application. In addition to the in-house scholarship, students may apply for industry, community, religion, ethnicity, and other scholarships. We also offer financial counseling to assist students in raising their own support.
Grants & Loans
As a career school licensed by the Oregon Department of Education, students may qualify for bank loans in our program. Because CCA is not an accredited 2-year degree granting school, students at CCA do not qualify for FAFSA federally subsidized grants or loans.
For more details about the Christian Culinary Academy, or if you have further questions, please Contact Us to obtain a school catalog and application: