Payment Plan

Need help fitting the cost of grad school or seminary into your budget? With the FlexPay payment plan, you can break up the cost of your degree into four payments each semester.

Installment Payment Schedule
Fall 2017
1st payment August 1, 2017*
2nd payment September 25, 2017
3rd payment October 23, 2017
4th payment November 20, 2017
Spring 2018
1st payment January 15, 2018*
2nd payment February 19, 2018
3rd payment March 19, 2018
4th payment April 16, 2018
Summer 2017

More Information

This plan is available to graduate students who work full time in a Christian ministry, who are not planning to attend the College year round, and who register for nine or more credits during the summer semester. All fees and one half the cost of tuition, room and board are to be paid on registration day. The balance of the tuition, room and board is to be paid in four equal payments on the following dates below. Any payment that is more than nine days late will be charged a $15 late fee each month. Final session grades will be released upon full payment of the extended payment plan.

1st payment September 25, 2017
2nd payment October 23, 2017
3rd payment November 20, 2017
4th payment January 15, 2018

*The August 1 [January 15] payment must be paid for a student to be eligible for class registration and to secure a space in the residence hall.

Payment Plan Details


The payment plan is available to

  1. students who are U.S. or Canadian citizens
  2. students who are permanent resident card holders

Payment Methods

Payments may be made by check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or PCC Card. You can also request to have your payments charged automatically to a credit card. Please note that we are unable to accept postdated checks or to hold checks.

Late Payments

  1. Students paying their account more than 9 days late will be charged a $15 late fee.
  2. Students with accounts more than 10 days in arrears may not be allowed to attend class until their accounts are made current.
  3. If students have missed 5 class days and their accounts are still not current, they may be required to discontinue enrollment.

Also, note that midterm or final exams may not be taken unless your account is current.