|Minimum Years to Complete||Minimum Cost with $300/month tuition|
|Master of Divinity||3||$10,800|
|Master of Arts in Practical Theology||2||$7,200|
|Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling||3||$10,800|
|Doctor of Ministry||3||$10,800|
The monthly charge applies to all tuition and covers all courses for a student’s program. There are no excluded courses, nor limitations based on price. There may be some credit limitations term-by-term based on academic performance.
In short, we do not want to burden you with debt that causes you to make future decisions based on money rather than mission.
Take a good look at your finances. Where do you allocate the financial resources God has placed in your care? If you are like most of us, you may not know the answer to that question. As you begin your spiritual journey in partnership with Winebrenner Seminary, it can be helpful to consider your current budget and how things will work for you.
In the Scriptures, people who engaged in theological education did so with the support and encouragement of their faith community. Who is walking with you on this journey? Often, a local church will choose to provide a portion of your tuition. It never hurts to ask for help. Also, please invite us into these conversations! We will gladly assist in having conversations with your pastor and/or church leaders.
Talk with our Coordinator of New Student Engagement about opportunities to benefit from the generosity of those who have designated funds to assist students. We’ve collected a few that Winebrenner students have used in the past. Find them by clicking here.
Additional information about tuition, including our Payment Policy and Refund Policy in the Academic Catalog, can by accessed by clicking here.
In compliance with the Veterans Benefits and Transition Act of 2018, no penalty will be imposed on any VA compliant student who has a disbursement delay of payment by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. This includes no assessment of late fees, no denial of class access, library or other institutional facilities. In addition, the institution will not require a Chapter 31 or Chapter 33 recipient to borrow additional funds to cover financial obligations which are present due to a delay in disbursement by the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs.