Tuition & Fees
Phoenix Seminary is committed to offering our students a variety of financial assistance options to help them complete their degree with little or no debt. For more details on scholarships or grants, please visit our Financial Aid page or contact your Student Services Advisor.
2023-2024 Tuition (beginning July 1, 2023)
Credit - $550 per credit hour
D.Min - $525 per credit hour
Non-Credit - $125 per hour
2023-2024 Fees (non-refundable) (beginning July 1, 2023)
General Services Fee (All Students) $100 per semester
Technology Fee (All Credit Students) $75 per semester
Late Payment Fee - $50 per month (after Payment Due Date)
Late Registration Fee - $50 (after Registration Due Date)
Advanced Standing Fee - $75
D.Min Project Extension Fee - $600 (one year)
Graduation Fee - $185 (Doctor of Ministry)
Graduation Fee - $160 (Masters and Graduate Diploma)
Transcript Fee - $10
CF599 Comp Exam Fee - $25 (MA in Counseling)
(Student responsible to pay remainder to testing company)
*CF528 Individual Counseling Experience - $600
(MA in Counseling - Fees for 12 counseling sessions are paid by the student directly to a licensed professional counselor.)
*Represents the minimal cost for CF528 counseling sessions.
Tuition Payment Deadline: The balance owed must be paid in full by the 10th of each month the semester begins. Credit students may use the Tuition Installment Plan.
Spouse Tuition Policy (Partners in Ministry): Spouses of MDiv, MAC, MA (BTS), MAM, and Graduate Diploma students may enroll for credit courses and non-credit courses with no cost for tuition. Fees will apply, and the spouse's enrollment hours cannot exceed the number of hours taken by the primary student. Spouses must be accepted through the Application for Admission and then register for the class.
Alumni Tuition Policy: Graduates of Phoenix Seminary may register for any course (with the exception of TH504 or D.Min. courses) as non-credit auditors with no charge for tuition. Fees will apply.
Academic Excellence Scholarships: Academic excellence scholarships are applied to a student’s net semester tuition balance after all other internal or external scholarships or grants have been applied.
Dropping a course or changing from credit to audit will not necessarily result in a refund. To determine if your financial balance may be impacted by a schedule change, please contact your Student Services Advisor (SSA).
Please note that courses dropped after the drop deadline without an approved academic petition to withdraw will be recorded as a WF (withdraw while failing).