Tuition and Fees

Academic Year Fees

One-half tuition and fees1 payable by due date each semester.

Registration deposit: $100 (paid when applicant accepts admission; nonrefundable but credited to the tuition charge at registration.)
Tuition: $17,016 (all regular full-time students and non-degree-seeking full-time students)
Activities fee: $272
Wednesday lunch fee: $292
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 housing: Ranges from $600 to $2,000 per month based on unit size, age, condition, and amenities
Estimated cost for books: $1,700 per year
Part-time students: Fee per credit hour at the seminary: $709
AUDIT fee per credit hour at the seminary: $245

Summer Term (Advanced Degrees Program) Fees

Tuition and fees are payable no later than June 10, 2018.

Registration deposit: $100 (paid when applicant accepts admission and with each summer’s registration; nonrefundable but credited to the tuition charge at registration.)
Fees: 2018 fees to be determined (approx. $70)
University housing: 2018 rate to be determined (approx. $445 double occupancy, $600 single occupancy)
Board: 2018 rate to be determined (approx. $475)
Tuition per course: 2018 to be determined (approx. $1,590; courses are three credit hours)
Tuition per credit hour: 2018 to be determined (approx. $530)
Audit fee per course: 2018 to be determined (approx. $534, $178 per credit hour)

Policy on Financial Refunds for Withdrawal

  • Refund of costs is made only for reasons of illness; withdrawal because of illness must be recommended by a physician and certified to the dean.
  • Refunds for a withdrawal because of illness are calculated by prorating fees for the period from the date of withdrawal to the end of the semester. The amounts to be prorated are one-half of the semester’s total tuition and room charges, if any, and three-fourths of the board charge, if any. No refund is made for the activity fee or any other fees. Refunds are credited to financial aid accounts, to the extent of any financial aid; any balance is credited to the student’s account.
  • Any student who is a federal loan recipient will have his or her refund subject to the provisions of federal regulation (specifically, 34 CFR 668.22).
  • Payment of a credit balance occasioned by a refund for withdrawal is made during the month following withdrawal by check payable to the student at the home address.