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Tuition and Fees

2023–24 Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate Residential

The current annual estimated tuition at ϲʹ for a full-time undergraduate student who lives on campus is $39,850. That includes tuition, living expenses, book rentals, and fees.

We also recommend that all students budget for additional indirect costs they may incur such as $80 for loan fees, $1200 for purchasing educational supplies & equipment, $1,000 for transportation and $1,200 for miscellaneous expenses.

Below is a full list of all fees for 2023–2024. It includes information on living expenses, insurance, deposits, private music lessons, graduation expenses and other details you’ll need to know.

Please note fees and other charges may change without notice.

Enrollment Deposit

Initial one-time fee

$100

Student Services Fee (per semester)

Full-time

$600

Part-time

$300

Tuition (per credit hour; rental books included in tuition)

Full-time (12–18 credit hours)

$13,350

Per hour (less than 12 credit hours)

$1,115

Per hour (more than 18 credit hours)

$1,115

Summer (per credit hour)

$450

Dual Enrollment Program (per credit hour)

$100

Audit (per credit hour)

$80

Living Expenses (Room and Board) per semester

Housing Deposit

$100

3 person room/unlimited meal plan

$5,270

2 person room/unlimited meal plan

$5,975

1 person room/unlimited meal plan

$6,825

Note: A 10-meal plan option is available for students with documented allergies.

Single, double, or triple room requests and any preferences given on the Student Housing Survey are based on availability and not guaranteed. Due to the volume of requests, first choice may not be available.

Living expenses (room & board) do not include mid-semester breaks and the time between semesters (e.g., Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring Break).

RAM Cards: Students who are on a ϲʹ meal plan may use $100 per semester for purchases made at 34 North Coffee Shop. The initial $100 of the Ram Card is included in the Room and Board costs. Students will receive a gift card after start of the semester.

Miscellaneous Fees

Athletic Fee (all athletes, per semester)

$300

International Student Athlete Insurance Fee

$2,350

Nursing Program Fees for 3rd & 4th yr. only (per semester)

$1,500

Science Lab Fees (per semester)

$500

Graduation Late Fee

$50

Identification Card Replacement Fee

$10

Diploma/Certificate Replacement Fee

$40

Diploma/Certificate Certified Copy Fee

$90

Transcript Fee (per paper transcript)

$12

Transcript Fee (per electronic transcript)

$10

Note: Education majors will incur an additional $1,150 for teaching credential costs.

Music Fees

Private Lessons (per semester)

1/2 hour lesson (1 semester credit)

$240

1 hour lesson (2 semester credits)

$480

Class Lessons (per semester)

$150

Insurance

ϲʹ does not provide student health insurance with the exception of international student athletes. All students are required to have health insurance coverage and are responsible for securing their own coverage.

Graduate

Enrollment Deposit

Initial one-time fee; residential students only

$100

Student Services Fee (per semester)

Full-time

Residential: $600 | Online: $600

Part-time

Residential: $300 | Online: $300

Tuition (per credit hour; rental books included in tuition)

Master of Arts

Counseling

Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Addictions Counseling (Online)

$605

Education

Master of Arts in Teaching — Early Childhood and Elementary Education (Residential)

$635

Intercultural Studies

Master of Arts in Global Migration Studies (Online)
Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Muslim-Christian Relations (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (Residential; Online)

$550

Seminary

Master of Arts in Bible Exposition (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Care & Counseling (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Chaplaincy (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Ministry Studies (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Theological Studies (Residential; Online)

$550

Master of Business Administration (Online)

Business

Master of Business Administration (Online)
Master of Business Administration — Finance Concentration (Online)
Master of Business Administration — Healthcare Administration Concentration (Online)

$580

Master of Divinity Degrees

Seminary

Master of Divinity in Bible Exposition (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Care & Counseling (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Chaplaincy (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Ministry Studies (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Missiological Studies (Residential; Online)

$550

Master of Education

Education

Master of Education in Educational Administration (Online)
Master of Education in Instruction & Learning (Online)

$520

Master of Organizational Leadership

Business

Master of Organizational Leadership (Online)

$550

Doctoral Degrees (Online)

Business

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

$705

Seminary

Doctor of Ministry (DMIN)

$500

Seminary

Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical Studies (PhD)
Doctor of Philosophy in Practical Theology (PhD
Doctor of Philosophy in Theological Studies (PhD)

$530

Counseling

Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education & Supervision (PhD)

$625

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership (PhD)

$625

Intercultural Studies

Doctor of Philosophy in Intercultural Studies (PhD)

$580

Business

Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Leadership (PhD)

$710

Certificates and More

Seminary

Graduate Certificate in Bible & Theology (Residential; Online)
Postgraduate Advanced Biblical & Theological Studies (Residential)
Postgraduate Mission Care & Counseling (Residential)

$550

Intercultural Studies

Graduate Certificate in Global Migration Studies (Online)
Graduate Certificate in Intercultural Studies (Residential; Online)
Graduate Certificate in Muslim-Christian Relations (Residential; Online)
Graduate Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (Residential; Online)

$550

Education

Education Specialist (Online)

$625

Miscellaneous Fees

Audit (per credit hour)

$80

Diploma/Certificate Certified Copy

$90

Diploma/Certificate Replacement

$40

Graduation Late Fee

$50

Identification Card Replacement

$10

Transcript Fee (paper)

$12

Transcript Fee (electronic)

$10

Seminary

Enrollment Deposit

Initial one-time fee

$100

Student Services Fee/Technology (per semester)

Full-time

Residential: $600 | Online: $600

Part-time

Residential: $300 | Online: $300

Tuition (per credit hour; rental books included in tuition)

Master of Arts

Counseling

Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Addictions Counseling (Online)

$605

Seminary

Master of Arts in Bible Exposition (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Care & Counseling (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Chaplaincy (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Ministry Studies (Residential; Online)
Master of Arts in Theological Studies (Residential; Online)

$550

Master of Divinity

Seminary

Master of Divinity in Bible Exposition (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Care & Counseling (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Chaplaincy (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Ministry Studies (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Missiological Studies (Residential; Online)

$550

Doctoral (Online)

Seminary

Doctor of Ministry (DMIN)

$500

Seminary

Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical Studies (PhD)
Doctor of Philosophy in Practical Theology (PhD
Doctor of Philosophy in Theological Studies (PhD)

$530

Counseling

Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education & Supervision

$625

Certificates

Seminary

Graduate Certificate in Bible & Theology (Residential; Online)
Postgraduate Advanced Biblical & Theological Studies (Residential)
Postgraduate Mission Care & Counseling (Residential)

$550

Miscellaneous Fees

Audit (per credit hour)

$80

Diploma/Certificate Certified Copy

$90

Diploma/Certificate Replacement

$40

Graduation Late Fee

$50

Identification Card Replacement

$10

Transcript Fee (paper)

$12

Transcript Fee (electronic)

$10

Online

College is an investment. It’s time and money dedicated toward your future. Online study is an affordable option for following that path, offering federal financial aid eligibility and a convenient tuition payment-plan option.

See the tuition and fees for the 2023–2024 Academic Year below. In addition to these direct costs, we also recommend budgeting for other indirect expenses such as: $1,200 for educational supplies/equipment, $1,600 for miscellaneous expenses, $80 – $220 for loan fees, and $12,030 for living expenses.

Technology Fee (per semester)

Full-time

Residential: $600 | Online: $600

Part-time

Residential: $300 | Online: $300

Tuition (per credit hour; rental books included in tuition)

Associate of Arts in Business Administration

$445

Associate of Arts in Healthcare Administration

$445

Associate of Arts in Human Services

$445

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

$445

Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration

$445

Bachelor of Science in Human Services

$445

Bachelor of Science in Nursing — RN to BSN

$340

Master of Arts in Bible Exposition
Master of Arts in Care and Counseling
Master of Arts in Chaplaincy
Master of Arts in Global Migration Studies
Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies
Master of Arts in Ministry Studies
Master of Arts in Muslim to Christian Relations
Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Master of Arts in Theological Studies

$550

Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling (Residential; Online)

$605

Master of Arts in Addictions Counseling

$605

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

$580

Master of Divinity in Bible Exposition (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Care & Counseling (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Chaplaincy (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Ministry Studies (Residential; Online)
Master of Divinity in Missiological Studies (Residential; Online)

$550

Master of Education

$520

Master of Organizational Leadership

$550

Doctor of Business Administration

$705

Doctor of Ministry

$500

Education Specialist

$625

PhD in Biblical Studies

$530

PhD in Counseling Education & Supervision

$625

PhD in Educational Leadership

$625

PhD in Intercultural Studies

$580

PhD in Organizational Leadership

$710

PhD in Practical Theology

$530

PhD in Theological Studies

$530

Paying for College

ϲʹ students can apply for federal grants and loans by filling out the FAFSA. Federal aid will assist with covering the costs associated with the online undergraduate or online graduate programs.

Payment Plans

Not everyone can afford to pay college tuition in one lump sum. That’s why we offer our tuition payment plan, which allows you to pay tuition in interest-free monthly installments. There is no enrollment fee to sign up for the plan, and you must enroll in the plan before your tuition payment is due.

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Other Expenses

Optional Housing

Pine View Apartments at ϲʹ is a diverse community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Conveniently located on the campus of ϲʹ, Pine View offers many activities to promote community and foster relationships. It’s an excellent option for those looking for quality, affordable housing.

Pine View offers efficiency, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. Furnished apartments are also available in our two- and three-bedroom homes. Residents can choose to rent an entire apartment, or share a two- or three-bedroom apartment with roommates (without ever being responsible for paying for your roommates’ portion!).

For more information, including floor plans, photos, and the online application, visit us at . Contact the Pine View office by calling (803) 834-4452 or email pineview@ciu.edu.

With special permission from Residence Life, a graduate level student may live in the residence halls. View the room and board rates for the residence halls.

Insurance

ϲʹ does not provide student health insurance with the exception of international student athletes. All students are required to have health insurance coverage and are responsible for securing their own coverage.

Recommended

Indirect Expenses

We also recommend budgeting for other indirect expenses such as: $1,200 for educational supplies/equipment, $1,200 for miscellaneous expenses, $220 for loan fees, $9,020 for living expenses, and $1,800 for transportation (residential students only).

2024–25 Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate Residential

The current annual estimated tuition at ϲʹ for a full-time undergraduate student who lives on campus is $39,850. That includes tuition, living expenses, book rentals, and fees.

We also recommend that all students budget for additional indirect costs they may incur such as $80 for loan fees, $1200 for purchasing educational supplies & equipment, $1,000 for transportation and $1,200 for miscellaneous expenses.

Below is a full list of all fees for 2023–2024. It includes information on living expenses, insurance, deposits, private music lessons, graduation expenses and other details you’ll need to know.

Please note fees and other charges may change without notice.

Enrollment Deposit

Initial one-time fee

$100

Student Services Fee (per semester)

Full-time

$600

Part-time

$300

Tuition (per credit hour; rental books included in tuition)

Full-time (12–18 credit hours)

$13,350

Per hour (less than 12 credit hours)

$1,115

Per hour (more than 18 credit hours)

$1,115

Summer (per credit hour)

$450

Dual Enrollment Program (per credit hour)

$100

Audit (per credit hour)

$80

Living Expenses (Room and Board) per semester

Housing Deposit

$100

3 person room/unlimited meal plan

$5,270

2 person room/unlimited meal plan

$5,975

1 person room/unlimited meal plan

$6,825

Note: A 10-meal plan option is available for students with documented allergies.

Single, double, or triple room requests and any preferences given on the Student Housing Survey are based on availability and not guaranteed. Due to the volume of requests, first choice may not be available.

Living expenses (room & board) do not include mid-semester breaks and the time between semesters (e.g., Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring Break).

RAM Cards: Students who are on a ϲʹ meal plan may use $100 per semester for purchases made at 34 North Coffee Shop. The initial $100 of the Ram Card is included in the Room and Board costs. Students will receive a gift card after start of the semester.

Miscellaneous Fees

Athletic Fee (all athletes, per semester)

$300

International Student Athlete Insurance Fee

$2,350

Nursing Program Fees for 3rd & 4th yr. only (per semester)

$1,500

Science Lab Fees (per semester)

$500

Graduation Late Fee

$50

Identification Card Replacement Fee

$10

Diploma/Certificate Replacement Fee

$40

Diploma/Certificate Certified Copy Fee

$90

Transcript Fee (per paper transcript)

$12

Transcript Fee (per electronic transcript)

$10

Note: Education majors will incur an additional $1,150 for teaching credential costs.

Music Fees

Private Lessons (per semester)

1/2 hour lesson (1 semester credit)

$240

1 hour lesson (2 semester credits)

$480

Class Lessons (per semester)

$150

Insurance

ϲʹ does not provide student health insurance with the exception of international student athletes. All students are required to have health insurance coverage and are responsible for securing their own coverage.