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Residential Programs

All international applicants who are applying for a F1 visa to attend a residential program must submit an affidavit of financial support, along with original documentary evidence (e.g., bank statements, fixed certificates of deposit, etc. within 6 months of receipt of the Affidavit of Financial Support to Graduate Admissions). Affidavit will show enough readily available funds to meet all expenses (i.e., tuition, room, board, fees, textbooks, etc) for the first year of study as outlined below.

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Private Educational Loans

2017–18

Annual
Direct Charges (payable in full before the start of each term)
Master of Divinity First Year Tuition [~30 Credits] $11, 970.00 (No Summer)
Master of Ministry First Year Tuition [Total 38 Credits] $15,162.00 (Full-time)

Estimated Additional Variable Expenses
Textbooks and supplies $915.00
Travel $3,500.00
Living Expenses [rental, utilities, food] $13,227.00

Total - Estimated Variable Expenses $17,642.00
Total - First Year MDiv Estimated Cost of Attendance [use for AOS] $29,612.00
Total - MMin Estimated Cost of Attendance [use for AOS] $32,804.00

International students are limited to on-campus employment only and cannot displace qualified U.S. citizens for such positions.