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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@ $1380 per class x 4

$5,520

Base payment to be made by student

$950

Academic Excellence Scholarship-50% x $5,520-$950 base payment

-$2,285

Church Service Covenant-50% x $5,520-$950 base payment

-$2,285

 

 

Total aid received

$4,570

Total student payment

$950

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

 

Tuition@ $1380 per class x 4

$5,520

Base payment to be made by student

$950

Academic Excellence Scholarship-40% x $5,520-$950 base payment

-$1,828

Church Service Covenant-50% x $5,520-$950 base payment

-$2,285

Balance to be paid by student

$457

 

 

Total aid received

$4,113

Total student payment

$1,407

 

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

 

Tuition @ $1,380 per class x 2

$2,760

Base payment to be made by student

$950

Academic Excellence Scholarship OR Church Service Covenant-50% x $2,760 - $950 base payment

-$905

Balance to be paid by student

$905

 

 

Total aid received

$905

Total student payment

$1855

 


For more information about Expenses and Financial Aid, contact:

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

 

Nick Miller Kauffman
Master of Arts

NickAfter four years at Manchester College, I found my thirst for knowledge was far from quenched. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in peace studies, but I didn't want to push on into the social sciences. With Bethany's master's degree in theology with a peace studies emphasis, I saw an opportunity to continue studying the peace and justice issues that so impassion me from the humanities perspective, and that I found so enlivening in my final year of college. Here I can study, learn, and prepare for whatever comes next. I am on first-name terms with a faculty that is committed to me--something that would be hard to find at a larger school. And I can see already that the same issues that excite me are exciting to my professors.