2021-2022 Academic Year
|Undergraduate Tuition||$380 (on campus) $415 (online) $280 (partner/military/ministry)|
|Graduate & Seminary Tuition||$407 (on campus) $437 (online) $307 (partner/military/ministry)|
|PhD Tuition||$447 (on campus) $477 (online) $347 (partner/military/ministry)|
|Student Services Fee||$468 for 2 cycles ($234 per 8 week cycle)|
|Double Dorm Room||$1,470 for 2 cycles ($735 per 8 week cycle)|
|Single Dorm Room||$1,780 for 2 cycles ($890 per 8 week cycle)|
|Full Meal Plan (320 Block - 20 meals/week required for all freshmen)*||$1,430 for 2 cycles ($715 per 8 week cycle)|
|*The full meal plan is required for all freshmen(29 or fewer credit hours). Students with 30 or more credit hours recorded on their Calvary transcript may select from other meal plan options.|
|224 Block (14 meals per week)||$1,275 per semester ($637.50 per 8-week cycle)|
|112 Block (7 meals per week)||$910 per semester ($455 per 8-week cycle)|
|Other Housing Options|
Philadelphia Hall, 1 or 2 bedroom, no board (23 or older)
*See catalog or request student housing guide for married housing.
Enrollment Fee (one-time)
Orientation Fee (one-time)
Dorm Room and Key Deposit
Course Fees (varies by course)
Music Lesson Fee (per credit, in addition to tuition)
Voice Lesson Accompanist Fee
Books and Supplies (estimated)
Personal Items (estimated)
Independent Study Fee
$35.00 per hour
*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. Meal plan is required for all Freshman students living in the dorm.
Explanation of Costs/Fees
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.
Student Services Fee
Provides partial funding for non-instructional functions such as registration, compliance with Department of Education and accrediting agency regulations and policies,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).
Dorm Room and Key Deposit (Refundable)
Due upon acceptance as a student. Your deposit reserves a room and is retained as long as you reside in the dorm. Your deposit will be refunded provided the room is left clean and in good repair, and you owe no other outstanding balances to Calvary.
Required of all new and re-enrolling applicants. This includes all degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking students, including Early College students. Calvary University graduates who continue toward an advanced degree the next semester are not required to pay the enrollment fee.
The cost of sessions and social activities associated with orientation. New, first-time freshmen and transfer students are required to attend.
The cost of taking a class simply for the value of learning. No academic credit is given, nor is any academic record generated.
Degree Seeking Student: $50/per course
Non-Student/Non-Degree Seeking Student: $150/per course
Course/Technology Fee ($0-$100)
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.
Music Lesson Fee ($125/hour)
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.
Voice Lesson Accompanist Fee ($75-$200)
Students taking voice lessons are charged an accompanist fee. This fee is then paid to the accompanist. The semester that a voice major performs his/her senior recital is charged an additional accompanist fee to compensate the recital accompanist.
Cost Planning and Comparison Tools:
Is a planning tool and resource to assist prospective students and their families as they evaluate options in selecting a school.
Is a consumer tool that provides school information to include tuition and fees, retention and graduation rates, use of financial aid, student loan default rates and features a cost calculator and school comparison tool.
Can be used by prospective students to enter the names of up to three schools and receive detailed financial information on each one and to enter actual financial aid award information.
The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet
Is a model aid award letter designed to simplify the information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school. If you have completed a current FAFSA, contact the Financial Aid Office at Calvary to receive your personalized Financial Aid Shopping Sheet.