Tuition and Fees

This page explains our current tuition and fee rates and policies. This information is subject to change without notice.

General Tuition

Tuition and fees apply to two categories of enrollment: 1) courses taken for credit (individually or for certificate programs) and 2) courses taken for audit (non-credit).

1. Courses Taken for Credit (Individual or for Certificate Programs)

Application Fee (one-time, non-refundable) $100
Tuition fee per credit $100
Technical support fee per credit $10
Textbook/study materials: varies per course $30-$60
Additional Fees:
Track B, Ministering Servant Certificate Program ONLY

Mentoring fee (per semester, minimum one semester) $200
Intensive (one-time)* $407
*Meals, lodging and a lodging tax during the intensive are included in the tuition. All travel arrangements and costs are the responsibility of the student.

 

Click here to learn more about the programs that we offer.

Click here to learn more about taking single courses through the Department of General Studies.

2. Audited General Studies Courses

Application Fee (one-time, non-refundable) $100
Tuition fee per credit $50
Technical support fee per credit $10
Textbook/study materials: Optional $30-$60
Click here to learn more about auditing courses through the Department of General Studies.

 

Foreign bank drafts, including those from Canada, must account for currency differences.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial aid (grants, loans, scholarships, etc.) is not offered through Summit University Online.

Application Fee

The one-time $100 application fee is for admission to The School of Theology. Once a student is accepted, the application and the application fee will be valid for one year. If students are unable to attend the semester for which they are accepted, the application fee will be honored for up to one year from the date of acceptance.

The application fee also covers the following situations: (1) Students in a certificate program who would later like to take a second certificate program; (2) Students in a certificate program who would like to switch to a different certificate program; (3) Students who are taking a single course for credit and would later want to take additional individual for-credit courses; (4) Students who are taking a single course for credit and would later want to enter a certificate program.

Late Registration Fee

A fee of $10 per credit is charged for late registrations. There are no exceptions to this policy.  Students are notified of registration dates in advance and are encouraged to register early to avoid late fees.

Deferral Fee

A deferral fee of $50 per course will be assessed to students who defer courses.  The option to defer is only available during Weeks 2–4 of a course.  See Deferring Courses for more information.

 

We reserve the right to change the curriculum and courses without prior notification.  The above information is effective December 1, 2015.


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