Tuition and Fees
2017-18 Tuition and Fees for Advanced Degrees Program
(effective July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018)
Tuition and fees for ADP summer term 2018 are payable no later than June 1. Any ADP summer term charges incurred after June 1 must be paid by June 30.
Tuition per course: $1,590 (courses are three-credit hours)
Tuition per-credit hour: $530
Audit fee: Audit fee is billed at 1/3 of tuition.
There is a $150 continuance fee to stay in the program for those missing a summer.
Registration deposit: $100 (paid when applicant accepts admission and with each summer’s registration; nonrefundable but credited to the tuition charge at registration)
Room, Board and Fees:
University housing: Estimated at nineteen nights (6/11–6/29) at a cost of $450 double occupancy or $600 single occupancy and approximately $65 per extra night for early arrivals and later departures. Linens are not included.
Board Plan—Estimated at $460 (includes 6/11 dinner through 6/29 breakfast)
Administrative Fee—Estimated at $70
2018-19 Tuition and Fees for Academic Year Degree Programs
Pre-registration deposit: $100
Paid when applicant accepts admission; nonrefundable but credited at registration to the tuition charge when the admitted applicant registers.
All regular students (full-time) and non-degree-seeking students (full-time)*
One-half payable by due date each semester.
*A person taking 12-credit hours per semester is considered a full-time student and will be charged full tuition and fees.
Academic Year Fees
Activities fee: $280
Wednesday lunch fee: $300
Vehicle registration fee: $110
Medical insurance: The student must provide a copy of his or her health insurance card to the coordinator of academic affairs at registration.
University rental housing rates for seminarians range from approximately $600–$2,000 per month depending on unit' size, age, condition, and amenities.
Estimated cost for books: $1,700 per year.
Fee per credit hour at the seminary: $732
AUDIT fee per credit hour at the seminary: $245
Explanation of Tuition and Fees
- All regular course work at the School of Theology
- Up to two courses any semester in the College of Arts and Sciences
- Limited services of the health and counseling offices while school is in session. (Health office services are available to students only.) The associate dean for community life can provide additional information about counseling services.
- Use of the facilities of the student union (Bishop's Common).
- Limited support for student organizations as determined by the student executive committee
- Vehicle registration fee is required and covers one or more vehicles belonging to the same owner.
- Penalty fees may be charged for late or incomplete registration, re-examinations, make-up examinations, or for removal at the end of a grading period of a mark of “Incomplete.”
- In addition to general expenses, students will have other living expenses that will vary in accordance with their individual circumstances and household size.
Spouses/Partners of Seminary Students
Seminary student spouses/partners may audit one course each semester, for no fee, at the School of Theology with permission of the instructor. They may also, with the approval of the dean, take one course each semester for credit at the School of Theology for a fee of $50. Additional courses for audit or credit may be taken for the full appropriate tuition.
Payment of Fees
Full-time, academic-year tuition is billed each semester as one-half of the total annual amount and is due in August and January, 10 days before each semester starts. Part-time, academic-year tuition is billed in full for each semester and due in August and January, 10 days before each semester starts. Academic-year fees are billed in full at the start of the first semester and are due 10 days before the semester starts. Summer term tuition, fees and expenses are billed in April and payable by June 1 each summer.
For many academic-year students with sufficient financial need, the actual amount of financial aid is more than the fees payable. The difference will be refunded to the student, subject to holdback for rental housing commitments or outstanding debt. Students who prefer to pay educational expenses in installments may want to consider one of the deferred payment plans offered by commercial lending organizations. Information about such plans is available from the Office of Financial Aid. The university accepts installment payments of semester charges only by means of one of these plans.
Any balance remaining on the student bill, after credit for financial aid, must be paid in full by the due date; the University accepts monthly payment only by means of the plans mentioned above. No student who has any past due balance on his or her account will be permitted to register for classes or obtain a transcript of grades.
For more information about the current academic year tuition and fees, please see the Catalog.