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Tuition and Fees

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 TUITION for 2015-2016 Academic year

 Full-time Tuition (based upon 27 credit hours)

 Cost per three credit hour course

 Cost per credit hour

 Base Tuition






 FEES and DEPOSITS for 2015-2016 Academic Year

 Application Fee (new students)

 Enrollment Deposit (new students)

 Late Registration Fee

 Cross Cultural Bank Deposit for MDiv (per session)

 Cross Cultural Bank Deposit for MA (per session)

 Audit Fee (per course)

Audit fee for Alumni/ae                                                                     

Graduation Fee

 MA Program Extension Fee (per session)

 Transcript Fee (per copy-first one free)

 Replacement Diploma Fee

 Late Course Drop Fee














      Visit the Financial Aid page for information about how these costs are covered!

      For sample financial aid situations, view the Financial Aid Scenario page.

      For a complete estimated expense budget, see the Expense Budget page.


Payments to Your Bethany Student Account


Please note: The current policy for student account payments made with a credit card and/or online is to charge an additional 2.5% handling fee to recover service costs. This fee will appear as "Shipping and Handling" for these online transaction. You are welcome to avoid this fee by paying in person by cash or check at the Business Office during regular office hours.


For more information about tuition and fees, contact:

Brian Schleeper
Brian Schleeper,
  Financial Aid Officer/Coordinator of Student Services       765- 983-1828


Sue Ross
Master of Arts '08

SueAbout eight years ago, everywhere I turned, I felt a nudge and heard a voice to study and learn about God. I would hear it in discussions with friends, in sermons, in song, in prayers, and in silence. I wanted to ignore that voice because I had a full-time job in the business world that I enjoyed. However, God's voice never stopped, so I enrolled at Bethany Theological Seminary. It all started as a very personal reason with no expectation of using a degree but simply a way to experience God.