The financial aid program at Austin Seminary is truly significant. It is evidence of the Seminary’s focus on developing church leaders without increasing debt. Austin Seminary provides the resources to make an indispensable theological education affordable.
Austin Seminary is committed to offering the best possible theological education. We are also committed to partnering with you to make it as affordable as possible. We fund up to 85% of tuition cost for a large majority of our students. Through a competitive process, ten merit-based fellowships cover tuition plus additional expenses such as housing and books; eight merit-based scholarships cover 100% of tuition. Taken together more than 90% of all students receive some type of tuition assistance. Additionally we offer a wide variety of campus housing for an excellent value; we subsidize housing at about 50% of market rate.
- Seminary Tuition Grants
- Merit Fellowships and Scholarships
- Child care assistance grants
- On-campus employment
MATS, MAMP, and MDIV Students
Tuition cost for the 2019-2020 academic year is $233 per credit. Two Austin Seminary credits are equivalent to one standard semester hour. The tuition cost for one six-credit course is $1,398.
DMin students regularly take 1 course per residency session at $1,824 per course.
Austin Seminary offers ten renewable merit fellowships covering tuition, fees, and a stipend for on-campus housing and academic expenses. In addition we have up to eight renewable merit scholarships that cover full tuition. The application deadlines and details for these competitive scholarships are found here.