TUITION AND FEES

Registration Fee: $100 per year ($50 per semester)

Tuition

Life Experience in Ministry Fees

Application (non-refundable)                  $50.00

Credit Tuition (per 3 Credits)                   $30.00

 

Graduation Gown and Hood

Undergraduate Gown                              $35.00

Master Gown with Hood                          $70.00

 

 

Some tuition discounts are available through the college including:

  • Semester/Year Pre-payment: 10% off tuition
  • Multi-Family Member: Discount varies depending on # of family members enrolled at FCCollege

 

Payment Plans

Tuition is due on the first night of each new course. If the student is not able to pay tuition in full at the beginning of the course, a payment plan must be arranged with the college bursar. Our goal is to have our students complete each year of school with no debt, so tuition is paid in full during the school year.

 

Financial Aid

Faith Christian College is not a Title IV Accredited college, therefore Government Aid in the form of scholarships, grants or loans, is not available through the college. Students are welcome to privately seek out scholarships to help pay for their tuition.

 

Refund Policy

Students finding it necessary to withdraw from school will receive an adjustment in tuition paid.  However, no fees will be refunded. The refunds for monthly tuition are as follows:

  • Before the first week of class:        100%
  • Before the second week of class:   50%

No refunds after the second week of class

Any discounts received for pre-paying for a full semester or year will be void upon early withdrawal and refunds will be adjusted to account for the full tuition amount for completed courses.

 

Tax Information

Faith Christian College has not been independently approved by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to issue 1098-T forms. The costs for attending FCCollege are not generally eligible for a tax deduction. Additionally, payments made to FCCollege for tuition cannot be considered donations and therefore cannot be written off as such. If in doubt, please seek advice from a professional tax preparer.