Anderson, Indiana

Tuition and Financial Aid

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Tuition and Financial Aid

The current tuition cost for the Anderson University School of Theology Doctor of Ministry Studies Program is $445 per credit hour (August 2015 though July 2016).

The current total program cost is $14,240.

Federal Stafford loans are available to most DMin students. To be eligible, the student must:

  • be a United States citizen
  • be accepted into the Doctor of Ministry Studies Program
  • take 3 or more credit hours per semester or summer term
  • complete the FAFSA

Note: a DMin student is recognized as being full time at 6 semester hours. A student can file for Federal Direct Loans if they are taking minimally 3 semester hours. If you are receiving or intend to receive GI Benefits, please contact us related to benefits eligibility.

The first step in the federal loan process is completion of the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Anderson University's federal code is 001785. The FAFSA information is sent to the Anderson University Office of Student Financial Services. After receipt of this information, your loan eligibility will be calculated and an award letter will be mailed to you with instructions for requesting the loan. The graduate counselor for Student Financial Services is Nelda Ely, Hardacre Hall Room 252, nlely@anderson.edu, (765) 641-4368.
 

See current tuition and fees for the DMin Studies program [PDF]

See scholarship awards for the DMin Studies program [PDF]