M.Div and M.A. Fees

Application fee (master's)
Application fee (special student)
Returned Check Fee
Tuition per semester hour
Auditing fee, per semester hour
Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) Clinic fees
Student activities fee per fall and spring semesters
$100.00 (No charge for student enrolled for 3 semester hours or less, nor for Global students)
Student activities fee per hybrid course
Graduation fee
Official Transcript per copy
Add fee per course
Dissertation and thesis binding fee
Actual Cost
Technology fee (per credit hour, Global Courses only)

D.Min. Fees

Application fee
DMin tuition per semester hour
DMin Audit fee per semester hour
DMin Course Extensions
- 1st Extension – papers not submitted by due date receive automatic 60-day extension
- 2nd Extension – by written permission of DMin Director an additional 60-day extension
DMin continuing fee (after 6 years)
- 1st Year
- 2nd Year
- 3rd Year
Graduation Fee
Dissertation and thesis binding fee
Actual Cost
Add fee per course

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Payment Schedule

When is my first payment due?

A non-refundable advance payment of $200.00 is due upon acceptance into a program at all campuses. This payment will be applied toward the tuition fee for the first semester.

All tuition and fees for a semester are due the first day of the term.  However, a payment plan for the fall and spring terms is available through the campus business manager.

What if I haven't received anticipated support from partners?

If you are expecting financial support from churches, organizations, individuals, etc., you should be prepared to meet financial obligations when due, whether or not your funds have been received.

Are there any late fees?

A late payment fee of 1% per month (12% annual) will be charged to students whose accounts are past due. Students will not be permitted to register for a new semester, graduate, or receive transcripts unless all financial obligations to the Seminary have been settled, including library debts.

Add / Drop Dates

Is there a deadline for adding courses?

Students are permitted to add courses for a period of two weeks following the first day of the semester. This add date is specified in the academic calendar of the respective campus. A fee will be charged for each course added after the first day of the semester.

What is the deadline for dropping courses?

Students are permitted to drop courses for a period of five weeks following the first day of the semester. Courses may be dropped without academic penalty if done so by the drop date listed in the academic calendar of the respective campus. No courses may be added or dropped after the deadlines. For refunds related to courses dropped, see the refund policy.

Tuition Refund Policy

Can I receive a refund?

Students who drop a course or terminate enrollment before the drop deadline (five weeks following the first day of the semester) will receive within 30 days a full refund of tuition and student activity fees (less the non-refundable tuition deposit for new students).

What if I withdraw from the seminary or course after the deadline?

Those who withdraw from the seminary or from a course after the deadline will receive no refund of tuition or student activity fees. Exceptions may be granted in extreme circumstances only through a written appeal to the Business Office or the Academic Dean.

Auditors/Tuition for Spouses of Students

Can my spouse take classes for free?

Regularly enrolled full-time students (twelve hours or more), their spouses, and members of the seminary staff may audit classes without charge provided there is room in the class and they have registered with the Registrar. Spouses of full-time students also qualify for special for-credit tuition benefits. Others, provided there is room in the class, may audit courses after paying the required auditing fee.