Fees for 2018-2019
|Full tuition||10 (3) credit course||$9,750.00|
|1 (3) credit course||$ 975.00|
|1 audit course||$ 487.50|
|Graduate Course-DMin||upgraded 300G and 400 level-3 credit course||$ 1,350.00|
|Program fee-DMin||First 3 years||$1,000.00|
|Continuation fee-DMin||per semester/$1,000 per year, maximum 2 years||$ 500.00|
|Granting trsf credit from||another institution 1 (3 credit) course (first 5 transfers no charge)||$ 100.00|
|Continuation fee||(per year)||$ 100.00|
|Retreat and Community Activities||(annual fee)||$ 100.00|
|Theological Students Society||per academic year||$ 50.00|
|Academic Application||non-refundable||$ 75.00|
|Occasional Student Application||$ 25.00|
|Administrative & Support||(one time fee)||$ 150.00|
1 (3) credit course
Out of Country Students
Prior to being admitted, all out of country students must show evidence that they are able to finance their studies fully, including tuition, books, supplies, travel, transportation, living accommodation, meals and other daily expenses, as well as meeting any standards laid down by the Canadian government for visa or foreign students.
It is important to give careful thought to financial planning before entering on a program of study. Students should anticipate that program and housing costs normally amount to about $20,000 per academic year. Prior to entering The College of Emmanuel & St. Chad, a student should be prepared to show an adequate and realistic plan for financial support during the training period. Some bursary help is available through the College and the wider church but this help is limited and must be divided amongst a number of students.
Students should be aware that there will be additional costs involved for the Internship components of the program. When budgeting for the Parish Internship students will need to take into account the fact that they may incur additional living expenses since students are normally expected to do their Internships in their sponsoring Dioceses. As well, normal tuition costs equivalent to one half of the full year fees apply to the Internship program. Students on Internship continue to be eligible for Bursary support.
The Clinical Pastoral Education fees vary from program to program. Again, students may incur additional living expense if their CPE unit is outside of Saskatoon. There are a variety of CPE programs available across Canada and the USA.
The College has funds available in the form of Bursaries and Scholarships for the support of students. It seeks to divide the income from these trusts as equitably as possible among full-time students. In recent years most students have received bursary or scholarship support in the range of half their annual tuition costs. Application forms are available from the Registar.
Students who are officially recognized as postulants for a diocese should apply for financial support from their own diocese.
The College expects that students will also take the initiative apply for bursary support from other sources, including:
The Leonard Foundation Trust Scholarships
The Order of the Eastern Star Awards
The M. Mae Hymers Scholarship (Rebekah Assembly, Independent Order of Odd Fellows)
The University of Saskatchewan Scholarships for Pre-Theology Students
The Canon Orme Bursary for CPE Expenses
The Anglican Foundation.
Bursaries: Council of the North Dioceses