Frequently Asked Questions

What distinguishes Warrior Notes School of Ministry from other online schools?

The main distinguishing hallmark of our School of Ministry is the teaching of Dr. Kevin Zadai. Kevin Zadai, ThD is dedicated to training Christians to live and operate in two realms simultaneously‚ÄĒthe supernatural and the natural. Called to ministry at age 10, he attended Central Bible College in Springfield, Missouri, receiving a bachelor's degree in theology. Later, Kevin received training in Missions at Rhema Bible College. At age 31, during a routine surgery, he found himself on the "other side of the veil" with Jesus in a heavenly visitation that forever marked his life. Jesus revealed spiritual truths for forty-five minutes before returning him to his body and assigning him to a supernatural ministry. This encounter ushered his ministry into new dimensions of power, activation, and impartation.

Is Warrior Notes School of Ministry accredited?

Warrior Notes School of Ministry is accredited through the University Accreditation Association for Christian Education, and in Partnership with Primus University of Theology.

Is Warrior Notes Governmentally accredited?

The Government sets rigid standards that accrediting associations must strictly adhere to. The University Accreditation Association is organized exclusively as a 501(c)(6) of the Internal revenue federal tax code.
All degree programs and curriculum standards set by UAA meet or exceed the current requirements set by such organizations for the education and qualifications of our graduates.

Are scholarships available?

See our Scholarships page for information on scholarships.

Is financial aid available?

There is no financial aid available at this time.

Is there an admissions/application process to enroll in the School?

No. All are welcome to join our School of Ministry.

Do I receive credit for each course?

Once a course is purchased, all of the quizzes are taken, and the final exam is completed with a passing grade, you will receive both credit and a printable certificate of completion.

How do I apply for graduation?

When you have completed 60 credit hours, you can email us at [email protected] to review upcoming graduation dates. You must complete all your credits at least 30 days before graduation if you want to attend.

When is Graduation?

Graduation ceremonies will be held throughout the year for those who have earned their degrees. Students who are earning their degrees will be notified of dates and locations. If a student cannot attend a graduation ceremony their certificate will be mailed to them.

Is there a graduation fee?

Yes. Warrior Notes asks each graduate to pay a $500 graduation fee at or before their graduation date. This helps keep our enrollment and credit hour costs at some of the lowest in the world. Each graduation, there are scholarships available for those who can not afford the fee. At the time of your graduation, the application process will be shared with you.

How do I request my transcripts?
Email us at [email protected]

What is the length of each course?

Each course varies in length.

When can I start the course?

As soon as the course is purchased, you can immediately begin taking it!

Do I have to complete one course before purchasing another?

You do not have to complete a course before purchasing another.

Do I have to complete the course by a specific time?

Each course can be completed at your own pace.

Do I need a computer?

Because all of our classes are online, you will need access to a computer (or laptop, tablet, etc.) to watch the videos, read the notes and take the quizzes and final exam.

Will you be offering additional courses?

Yes, we will continually offer new courses on a wide range of subjects.

Is there an age requirement to take the course?

You can start at Warrior Notes School of Ministry at 13. You can complete courses at your pace and earn your certificates per course completed. To earn your Associate or Bachelor's degree, you need to complete and submit your High School Diploma or GED to Warrior Notes School of Ministry.

Warrior Notes/Warrior Notes School of Ministry's Right of Refusal

Warrior Notes/Warrior Notes School of Ministry reserves the right of refusal to any student based on what Warrior Notes has deemed foundational Biblical truths and ministry ethics and the Student Code of Conduct. This right to refusal includes all aspects of sound doctrine and the mission of Warrior Notes based on Biblical truths. This can include the awarding of degrees, hosting Fellowships, volunteering opportunities, internships, and all other departments and opportunities hosted and made available by Warrior Notes.