Financial Cost of Attendance

Master’s Degree Programs and Non-Degree Students Tuition and Fees 2019-2020

Technology Fee $100/quarter

Student Activity Fee $15/quarter

Internship (when enrolled in internship) $50/quarter

Continuous Registration Fee $100/quarter

Drop/Add Fee $25/course

Late Registration $100/term

Parking $200/year or $55/term

Tuition Breakdown

Master’s Degrees

Tuition $19,824/year

Full time tuition (8-14 credits/quarter) $6,608/quarter $472-$826/credit

Part time tuition (1-7 credits/quarter) $826/credit

Each credit above 14 credits/quarter $826/credit

Doctor of Ministry Degree

Tuition $24,000/entire program

$600/credit (40 credits)

Learn about Financial Aid

We are committed to assisting you in finding a variety of resources to help in that process. Consideration for institutional grants and/or scholarships will be considered on a first-come first-served basis.

FAFSA

Information on filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available online at the following U.S. Department of Education web site: FAFSA

Entrance/Exit Counseling

You can complete the electronic “entrance or exit counseling” online at: StudentLoans.gov

Applying for Federal Student Loans

Application for federal student loans can be completed at StudentLoans.gov.

Iliff School of Theology strives to make theological education affordable through merit and need-based financial aid in the form of institutional grants and scholarships. In addition, Federal loans and work-study employment are available to those who qualify. Institutional grants and scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. Students must reapply by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each academic year, which begins with summer quarter.

Questions regarding financial aid should be directed to our Financial Aid Director, Goldie Ector,

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