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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

 

Larry Taylor
(MDiv Connections)

LarryOriginally, I was ordained to ministry by the Lewiston Church of the Brethren (Minn.) and later went on to earn a PhD in psychology, and am now a third year Master of Divinity (MDiv) student at Bethany. Having been a church planter for several decades, a Bible college director for a half-dozen years, and a pastoral psychotherapist for a lengthy season, I felt attracted to explore the possibility of hospital chaplaincy because of the challenges afforded me in Bethany's ministry formation classes, which were the catalyst to deeper understanding, broader theological reflection, and openness to the call of God.