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Fiscal responsibility is an important attribute in someone preparing for leadership in the church. Students are expected to demonstrate this fiscal responsibility by paying their bills promptly.

1. Tuition is due and payable on the first day of classes each semester.

2. If a student withdraws from a course and does not substitute another after the second week of the semester the following repayment policy will apply:

  • Withdrawal during first 2 weeks - return of 100% of tuition Withdrawal during the third week - return of 75% of tuition
  • Withdrawal during fourth and fifth weeks - return of 50% of tuition
  • Withdrawal during the sixth week - return of 25% of tuition
  • Withdrawal after the sixth week - no return of tuition Audit fees are subject to the $60 minimum registration for complete cancellation up to the end of the two-week change period and are non-refundable after that time period.

3. Students who have overdue accounts will not be permitted to register for the next semester unless they have made special arrangements with the President or the director of finances.

4. Students with outstanding tuition bills may not take the final examination or submit the final paper or evaluative piece for that course. Exceptions to this policy may be made by the President.

Withdrawals and Tuition Refunds:

Please see Time-Table of Academic Dates for deadlines to withdraw from classes