Tuition, Other Expenses

Evangelia University strives to keep student costs at minimum. Costs of completing degree programs at EU are maintained as low as possible and are competitive with other private postsecondary institutions in California.

Tuition
Undergraduate Program $140.00 per credit unit
Graduate Program (M. Div. and M.A.) $160.00 per credit unit
Graduate Program (D.Min) $300.00 per credit unit
ESL $150.00 per credit uint
Audit Fee EU Alumnus
Non-EU Alumnus
$15.00 per unit
$50.00 per unit
Miscellaneous Fees (non-refundable and per incident, unless otherwise specified)
Application fee
(due three weeks before the start of classes)
$30.00 ($50 D.Min.)
Late fee for application submission $20.00
On-line Class registration fee $50.00 per class
Semester registration fee $10.00
Late registration fees After due date but before classes start
On or after the first day of semester/term
$20.00
$40.00
International Students Form I-20 issuance fees: Initial Issuance
Replacement (primary and/or dependents)
$200.00
$20.00 per person
Student Association fee (per semester): $15.00 per class
Maximum (3 or more classes): $45.00
Official transcript fee $10.00
Certificate of attendance/ graduation fee $10.00
Late payment of tuition after classes start $30.00
Payment Service Charge $5.00 per payment
Late charge to optional payment plan $10.00 per payment
(7-day or more past due)
Returned check service fee $15.00 per check
Removal of incomplete grade fee $10.00 per course
Add or drop fee $10.00 per item
Dissertation Oral Defense Application fee $550.00 (D.Min)
Fees for Missing Academic Deadlines: Preliminary examination
Language examination
Dissertation/Thesis/Project Report
$30.00
$30.00
$30.00
Graduation Fees:
(non-refundable and per incident unless otherwise specified)
D.Min. Degree
Master’s Degree
Bachelor’s Degree
Non-Degree Diploma/Certificate
$250.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00

Tuition and Fees for Fall or Spring Semester

Education Level Undergraduate (B. A.) Graduate (M. Div./ M. A.) D.Min.
Estimate based on: Spring or Fall Semester Summer or Winter
Units: 12 9 9
All Students      
Tuition $1,680.00 $1,440.00 $2,700.00
Semester/Term Registration fee $10.00 $10.00 $10.00
Student Association fee $45.00 $45.00 $45.00
TOTAL $1,735.00 $1,495.00 $2755.00
NOTE 1: This is an estimate for a basic full-time study (12 units for an undergraduate study and 9 for the graduate). The actual total depends on the number of units taken by each student and other fees, such as monthly payment service charges.
NOTE 2: Students will need to purchase text materials and supplies. This additional cost varies depending on the courses they take in each semester and/or term. These are not usually paid to the school directly. Please plan accordingly.

 

Name of Educational Program: B. A. M. DIV. M. A. D.Min.
Estimate based on: 4-year 3-year 2-year 3-year
Units: 120 99 60 42
International Students (F-1 visa holders)
Application fee $30.00 $30.00 $30.00 $50.00
Form I-20 issuance fee $200.00 $200.00 $200.00 N/A
Semester/Term Registration fee $80.00 $60.00 $40.00 $60.00
Tuition $16,800 .00 $15,840.00 $9,600.00 $12,600.00
Student Association fee $360.00 $270.00 $180.00 $270.00
Dissertation Oral Defense Application fee N/A N/A N/A $550.00
Graduation fee $100.00 $150.00 $150.00 $250.00
TOTAL $17,570.00 $16,650.00 $10,200.00 13,780.00
Permanent Residents, US Citizens and other valid US visa holders
Application fee $30.00 $30.00 $30.00 $50.00
Semester/Term Registration fee $80.00 $60.00 $40.00 $60.00
Tuition $16,800 .00 $15,840.00 $9,600.00 $12,600.00
Student Association fee $360.00 $270.00 $180.00 $270.00
Dissertation Oral Defense Application fee N/A N/A N/A $550.00
Graduation fee $100.00 $150.00 $150.00 $250.00
TOTAL $17,370.00 $16,450.00 $10,000.00 $13,780.00
NOTE. Students will need to purchase text materials and supplies. This additional cost varies depending on the courses they take in each semester and/or term. These are not usually paid to the school directly. Please plan accordingly.

 

Tuition and fees are due and payable at the beginning of each semester. However, EU provides a personalized deferred payment plan for students who are unable to pay the total amount at time of registration. A student must fill out a Tuition Payment Plan form with the Registrar before a semester/session begins.

The basic standard deferred payment plan is as follows:

The total amount due for the given semester is divided into four equal payments (25% each) with the first payment due at registration. The balance, which is divided equally into three payments, is due over the following three months. There is a service charge of $5 for each payment. A late payment charge of $10.00 will be assessed for payments more than 7 days late.

The following are payment due dates:

  Fall Semester Spring Semester
1st Payment Registration Registration
2nd Payment
September 30
February 28
3rd Payment
October 31
March 31
4th Payment
November 30
April 30

Failure to make payments within 30 days may be grounds for suspension.
For winter and summer intensive sessions, full tuition and fee payments are due at the time of registration. Additional information concerning the tuition payment plan can be obtained at the Registrar’s office.

 

As of Fall 2013, Evangelia University does not have links to the federal financial aid, nor student loan program, nor matching fund program. Accordingly, any need-based financial aid/scholarship is not available at this point, either. Thus, the term “financial aid” now at EU means all the grant scholarship from the institution and from other benefactors.
As recommended, EU Scholarship Committee has reviewed the current financial aid policies and procedures, and studied for further codifying items and conditions, and suggested the discussion results to the Faculty meeting. The plan of the detailed items and conditions has been accepted as it is, but amount of the newly added scholarships would be determined after more meetings of the financial committee.
Policies and procedures of the approved scholarships are reflected on the revised Policies and Procedures (pp.47-48) and updated admissions policies on the webpage.

Evangelia University offers a variety of non-repayable scholarships and grants to our students that are awarded on the basis of several of factors including financial need, previous academic performance, denominational affiliation, and ministry interests.

1) President Scholarship
It will be awarded by President of the institution to the Masters’ student who achieves the best goal during the previous academic year.
•Number of Recipient: one
•Amount: Full tuition
•The grants are awarded by the President of the Seminary on the basis of the following criteria, but not limited to:
– High academic standing: usually goes to the one who shows best academic record during the semester.
– full-time enrollment in the M.Div./M.A.R. degree program
– potential for leadership in the church of Christ
– The financial need of the student may also be considered. Such grants are normally given for one year, but may be renewed on an annual basis.

2) Best Student Scholarship
It will be awarded by institution to the B.A. student who achieves the best goal during the previous academic year.
•Number of Recipient: one
•Amount: Full tuition
•Basis of criteria include but not limited to:
– High academic standing: usually goes to the one who shows best academic record during the semester.
– full-time enrollment in the B.A. degree program
– potential for leadership in the church of Christ
This scholarship is awarded to students based upon prior academic performance and the potential for future leadership. This scholarship is renewable on an annual basis for B.A. students enrolled in a minimum of 12 units per semester who maintain minimum 3.3 GPA.

3) Mission Scholarship
It will be awarded by the AMO to the one who has calling and commitment for overseas mission.
•Number of Recipient: not limited
•The grants are awarded by the American Mission Organization on the basis of the following criteria, but not limited to:
– Student who has calling and commitment for overseas mission
– full-time enrollment in the Masters/B.A. degree program
– potential for leadership in the mission field.

4) Vision Scholarship
•Number of Recipient: not limited
•Amount: 30% of tuition
•The grants are awarded by the donator on the basis of the following criteria, but not limited to:
– Student who shows an evidence to fulfill EU mission statement
– full-time enrollment in the Masters/B.A. degree program
– Students who serve as Association of the Student Body are especially considered.

5) Best Example Scholarship
It will be awarded by the donator to the one who is voted by students, faculties, and staffs.
•Number of Recipient: not limited

6) MK/PK Scholarship
•It will be awarded by EU to the missionary/pastor kids.
•Number of Recipient: not limited
– Here the eligibility of MK/PK is limited to those who are under 40 years old and single.
– The scholarship will be granted as 50 % tuition discount scholarship.
– Pastors as parents should have more than two years of experience in his/her ministry with appropriate certificate from their denominational authority;
– Missionary as parents should have more than two years of experience in their mission field and can show the certificate from their association of the mission.

7) Purpose Scholarship
Any kind of scholarship to which the benefactor appoints student is classified in this category.

8) Work Scholarship
•It will be awarded by EU to the one who works for school’s needs.
•Number of Recipient: not limited
•The working hours will strictly be limited by the law.

9) Married Couple Scholarship
•It will be awarded a half of tuition by EU to the spouse who enrolls as a couple.
•Number of Recipient: not limited
•Discount scholarship is applied to the one who takes fewer classes than his/her spouse.

•All scholarship recipients must be qualified by ‘the code of conduct’ which is provided by EU.
•The recipient must be full-time student and on-campus student, which defined by EU, except ‘purpose scholarship.’
•For MK/PK, EU provides a half of their tuition.
•Purpose scholarship will strictly be enforced by donator’s intention. This fund cannot be used by anyone and for any other purpose.
•The recipient of ‘purpose scholarship’ can also be other scholarship recipient.
•The recipient of ‘Couple scholarship’ will be the one who take class less than one’s spouse.
•’The Student Services Committee’ has authority to regulate and to adjust in executing all scholarship fund.

• The applicant for scholarship has to summit provided application form.
• Some scholarship might require either a vision statement or a faith statement.
• The applicant must submit the application by May 31 each year.
• The ‘Scholarship Committee’ will examine the documents and will decide by unanimity.