Tuition + Expenses

2014-2015 Academic Year

Direct Cost per Semester Living on Campus Commuting
Tuition for 12 credit hours: $4,080.00 $4,080.00
Student Services Fee: ($25 per credit hour, $300 maximum) $300.00 $300.00
Social Activity/Project Fee: (per semester) $60.00 $60.00
Student Accident Fee: (per semester) $60.00 $60.00
Dorm (dbl) Room and Board: (cafeteria) $2,600.00 --
Laundry and Tech Fee: $120.00 --
Total (Per Semester) $7,220.00 $4,500.00
Total (Per Year) $14,440.00 $9,000.00

 

Indirect Cost Breakdown Per Semester   
Tuition Rate per hour: $340.00 
     
Other Housing Options  

     Dorm Single Occupcancy with board

     Philadelphia Hall, 1 or 2 bedroom, no board (23 or older)

     Tumbleweed Duplexes

     *See catalog or request student housing guide for married housing.

$2,800.00

$465-520* per month

$540-570* per month

 

Other Costs:  

     Orientation Activity Fee (one-time)

     Books and Supplies (estimated)

     Personal Items (estimated)

     Transportation (estimated)

     Course Fees (varies by course)

$60.00

$345.00

$604.00

$1,320.50*

$5.00-$125.00 

*Transportation costs will vary depending on distance traveled and the type of transportation used. Single students under 23, not living with parents or grandparents, are required to live on campus.

Explanation of Costs/Fees

Tuition

Tuition provides partial funding for instructional and institutional expenses. It is due prior to the start of classes. Only courses for which the student has registered and for which the tuition fee has been paid may be attended.

  Traditional Non-Traditional
(Adult Education)
Online Dual-Enrollment
(On Campus)
Dual-Enrollment
(Online)

Per Credit Hour

$340/hour $340/hour $340/hour $89/hour $89/hour
Audit $50/hour $50/hour N/A N/A N/A

Full-time = 12 or more credit hours
Part-time = 9-11 credit hours
Half-Time = 6-8 credit hours

Personal Enrichment Fee

The cost of taking a class simply for the value of learning. No academic credit is given, nor is any academic record generated.

  Traditional Non-Traditional
(Adult Education)
Online Dual-Enrollment
(On Campus)
Dual-Enrollment
(Online)
Non-Student or Non-Degree Student $150/course $150/course N/A N/A N/A
Degree Student $50/course $50/course N/A N/A N/A

Student Services Fee

Provides partial funding for non-instructional functions such as registration, fine arts series performances, library use, chapel, lecture series, security, class dues, social funds, intramural sports/athletics, admission to on-campus intercollegiate athletic events, ID cards, and mail service (Charged for both credit and audit hours).

  Traditional Non-Traditional
(Adult Education)
Online Dual-Enrollment
(On Campus)
Dual-Enrollment
(Online)
Student Services Fee $25/hour
$300 max
$60/semester N/A N/A N/A

Orientation Fee

The cost of sessions and social activities associated with orientation. New, first-time freshmen and transfer students are required to attend.

  Traditional Non-Traditional
(Adult Education)
Online Dual-Enrollment
(On Campus)
Dual-Enrollment
(Online)
Orientation Fee $60 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Social Activity and Project Fee

A semester fee assessed to all traditional students. Funds are disbursed to Classes and Student Senate organizations to provide for projects and activities.

  Traditional Non-Traditional
(Adult Education)
Online Dual-Enrollment
(On Campus)
Dual-Enrollment
(Online)
Social Activity and Project Fee $5/hour
$60 max
N/A N/A N/A N/A

Student Accident Fee

A semester fee assessed for all students taking one or more credit hours. This fee is used to help offset the deductibles of personal insurance plans. The student’s personal accident/sickness insurance coverage will be primary. This accident coverage does not cover illness or any event unrelated to Calvary Bible College or Calvary Theological Seminary. When an accident occurs, report it to the Human Resources Office within three business days. This coverage will provide up to but not exceeding $1,000 per occurrence.

  Traditional Non-Traditional
(Adult Education)
Online Dual-Enrollment
(On Campus)
Dual-Enrollment
(Online)
Student Accident Fee $60/semester $60/semester N/A $60/semester N/A

Course/Technology Fee

The cost for use of labs and equipment or for materials used in select courses. Fees for each course, if any, are listed by course in the Course Descriptions of the catalog.

  Traditional Non-Traditional
(Adult Education)
Online Dual-Enrollment
(On Campus)
Dual-Enrollment
(Online)
Course/Technology Fee $0-$100 $0-$100 $125 $0-$100 $125

Music Lesson Fee

The cost per credit hour of private music lessons. This fee is in addition to the tuition charge for the credit hour(s). No refunds are made for lessons missed. Students may not take private lessons for audit.

  Traditional Non-Traditional
(Adult Education)
Online Dual-Enrollment
(On Campus)
Dual-Enrollment
(Online)
Course/Technology Fee $50-$200/hour N/A N/A $50-$200/hour N/A

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