Today, countless students are faced with the challenge of accessing an outstanding university with affordable tuition rates.
As Gen Z’s concerns escalate over this issue, Calvary has risen to the challenge by presenting itself as an affordable solution for many.
According to an article published from Midwest Higher Education Compact, college enrollment remains particularly inaccessible for underrepresented students from American Indian, Latino, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander descent. In fact, more family income is required from underrepresented minority students than for white students in both two-year and four-year public Midwest colleges.1
One of Calvary’s chief objectives is to be an institution of higher biblical education for all students, regardless of financial resources and ethnic identities. When students consider Calvary as their university, they consistently find that our tuition, room, board, and fees are significantly more affordable than other institutions of higher biblical education.
In fact, IPEDS reported that for full-time, first-time degree and certificate-seeking undergraduate students for the 2021-2022 academic year, Calvary’s tuition and required fees were 30% lower than other faith-based institutions.2
At Calvary, we are passionate about equipping students with an outstanding education that can be utilized in future careers and ministries. We consider ourselves blessed to offer our outstanding educational experience to all students in need of an affordable, higher biblical education.
1 Schwartz, Natalie (2023). Gen Z Values College, But Affordability Concerns Remain.
2 Institution of Education Sciences (2022). IPEDS Data Feedback Report 2022.