Program Fees (if required)
Some fees are optional or only program specific.
|Graduation fee (all graduates)||$250|
|Elective on-site graduation attendance fee||$100|
|Life-Learning fee per credit awarded||$20|
|Program change fee||$150|
|Program extension fee||$150|
|Biblical counseling student mentoring fee||$200|
|Biblical study tour per credit awarded||$20|
|Doctoral dissertation fee||$300|
|Dissertation binding fee||variable|
|Optional online seminar fee||$145|
|Optional accelerated online course fee||$200|
|Accelerated online course 14 day extension fee||$25|
|Accelerated online course 21 day extension fee||$35|
|Optional on-site seminar fee||$200|
|Degree & transcript replacement||$125|
Withdrawal - All withdrawal notices must be made in writing, and sent as postal letter, faxed letter or within the body of an email. The withdrawal date is confirmed upon receipt by the University. Send withdrawal notices to: MASTER'S, PO Box 5009, Evansville, Indiana, 47716-5009; by email to firstname.lastname@example.org; by fax to (812) 471-0877. To telephone call (800) 933-145 or (812) 471-0611.
Discontinuance of lesson submissions or failure to make tuition payments does not constitute a statement of withdrawal. Students who are experiencing study or financial difficulties should first seek consultation before making a final decision. The University provides several special options for student who need this service. A student's financial obligations to the University continue until receipt of an official request for withdrawal.
Refund of the Initial Enrollment Fee - The Initial Enrollment Fee covers the cost of assessing the application, transcript analysis, interactions with the prospective student, and the presentation of an official program enrollment offer. It is not paid in advance. It is paid after such services have been rendered, and is therefore not refundable.
Refund of Tuition payments - Tuition is not paid in advance. The first tuition payment is made in the month following enrollment, and therefore after educational services to the student have begun. Because the student is a consumer of educational services that the institution is continuously providing, the student's monthly tuition payments fund these services daily until such a time as the student either pays his or her tuition in full or officially withdraws according to the withdrawal policy. The institution is dedicated to providing ongoing service during the period of the student's enrollment.
These services include (but are not necessarily limited to) academic advising, program-level course study guides, personal online program guide, qualified faculty support, bookstore services, dedicated telephone and email communication services, administrative services, program consultation, grade and transcript record keeping, secure data warehousing, secure international banking services for the payment of tuition and fees, official Web site services, regular information messages, and opportunities for external experiences and services. It is the student's responsibility to take advantage of these services, and work toward program completion. Therefore, since no tuition is actually paid in advance of services rendered, there is no tuition refund.