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Financial Aid Scenarios

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The following scenarios represent sample student situations:

 

Student taking 12 hours receiving 50% Academic Excellence Scholarship and 50% Church Service Covenant

 

Tuition@ $1410 per class x 4

$5,640

Base payment to be made by student

$1100

Academic Excellence Scholarship-50% x $5,640-$1100 base payment

$2,270

Church Service Covenant-50% x $5,640-$1100 base payment

$2,270

 

 

Total aid received

$4,540

Total student payment

$1100

New Student taking 12 hours receiving 40% Academic Excellence Scholarship and 50% Church Service Covenant

 

Tuition@ $1410 per class x 4

$5,640

Base payment to be made by student

$1100

Academic Excellence Scholarship-40% x $5,640-$1100 base payment

-$1,816

Church Service Covenant-50% x $5,520-$1100 base payment

-$2,270

Balance to be paid by student

$454

 

 

Total aid received

$4,086

Total student payment

$1,554

 

Student taking 6 hours receiving 50% Academic Excellence Scholarship OR Church Service Covenant

 

Tuition @ $1,410 per class x 2

$2,820

Base payment to be made by student

$1100

Academic Excellence Scholarship OR Church Service Covenant-50% x $2,820 - $1100 base payment

-$860

Balance to be paid by student

$860

 

 

Total aid received

$860

Total student payment

$1960

 


For more information about Expenses and Financial Aid, contact:

Brian SchleeperBrian Schleeper, Financial Aid/Coordinator of Student Services 
     schlebr@bethanyseminary.edu       765- 983-1828

 

Brian Mackie
Master of Divinity '07

BrianSometimes it takes looking back to see God's leading in life. I graduated from Bethany in May 2007 and realized that God led my entire theological training. In the summer of 2002, however, it was a little tougher to see where it was going.

I realized my call to full-time ministry and knew it was to journey into the educational training part of my call. My campus pastor and I had several conversations about this next step. I fasted and prayed and sought the Lord but had no clear answer by the end of the fast. As I was preparing to break my fast, the Lord asked me, "What is the desire of your heart?" I replied, "Oral Roberts University."