Tuition paid by students covers only a fraction of the actual cost of a seminary education. On average, Redeemer Seminary student tuition covers only one-fourth of the cost of providing the education. The primary funding for the seminary is provided by kingdom donors who desire to advance the mission of the seminary in “extending the knowledge of the glory of God in Christ until that knowledge covers the earth as the waters cover the sea.”
Redeemer Seminary is committed to keeping a student’s tuition expense as low as possible and encourages students to “pay as you go” rather than accumulating debt. Redeemer Seminary does not participate in the Federal Stafford Loan program. For an analysis of the problem of student loan debt, please see the published research study, “The Gathering Storm – The Educational Debt of Theological Students”.
Tuition in 2011-2012 is $460 per semester hour.
A student fee of $40 will be charged for Spring and Fall semesters.