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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees

SEMINARIANS

The cost for seminarians is computed per semester. The current costs and fees are:

  • Room per semester $4,000 (n/a to non-resident married seminarians)
  • Board per semester $2,000
  • Tuition per credit $375
  • Tuition per formation hour $275
  • Test-out fee per credit $50
  • Media fee per semester $400
  • Graduation fee (final semester) $50
  • Retreat fees TBA
  • C.P.E. (mid-summer only) TBA

 

Room includes one resident room per seminarian with furniture and sink. Each residential floor has a bathroom with shower and toilet facilities.

Board includes a meal program including five complete hot noon meals and daily self-service breakfast and dinner is included as part of the room and board package for seminarians. Cooking facilities are also available for seminarian use. Food service observes the traditional fasts of the Byzantine Catholic Church.

Media fee includes 500 pages of free printing per semester as well as unlimited use of library resources including wireless access, scanning, online databases and computers. If student exceeds 500 printed pages per semester, he will be billed at the rate of 8 cents per page.

Graduation Fee is part of the process of applying for graduation. Seminarians must fill out a Graduation Form and a charge will be made of $50.00 which covers the cost of one official transcript as well as their diploma.

 

MAT AND NON-MATRICULATING STUDENTS

The cost for MAT as well as non-matriculating and auditing students is computed per semester. The current costs and fees are:

  • Registration Fee (one-time fee) $50
  • Late Registration Fee $15
  • Tuition per credit (on-campus) $375
  • Tuition per credit (online) $410
  • Audit fees per course-hour (on-campus) $275
  • Audit fees per course-hour (online) $310
  • Directed Independent Study per credit $1000
  • Test-out fee per credit $50
  • Continuation fee $50
  • Graduation fee (final semester) $50

 

Late Registration Fee: A $15.00 late registration fee will be assessed for students who do not register and pay their fees before the add/drop period.

Continuation Fee Policy: A $50.00 continuation fee will be charged for any degree candidate who does not enroll in at least one course at the Seminary in any semester after having been accepted into the degree program. This fee will keep the candidate’s enrollment active and is renewable for only two consecutive semesters.

Graduation Fee: As part of the process of applying for graduation, students must fill out a Graduation Form along with a check for $50.00 which covers the cost of one official transcript as well as their diploma.

 

OTHER FEES

  • Audit fees per course-hour $275
  • Lunch fee per meal (payable by semester) $20
  • Print services per page (auditing students only) $.08

 

Lunch fee: Non-resident students may opt to purchase a plan for the noon meal for each weekday that they attend classes at the seminary. Meals and payment may be arranged through the Administrative Assistant at the beginning of each semester. Evening food service is not available to non-resident students. Food service observes the traditional fasts of the Byzantine Catholic Church.

Print services: Like degree and non-matriculating students, auditing students have full use of the library printer and scanner. However, they are billed monthly for these services at the rate of 8 cents per page.