Financial Aid

With over $1.4 million in scholarships, grants, and subsidies offered to students annually, Calvin Seminary is committed to keep tuition costs affordable. Explore the costs of a seminary education, along with the scholarship and financial aid options available to you.


  • M.Div (residential and distance education) – $484/credit hour, estimated $15,972/year (tuition only)
  • MA (residential and distance education) – $484/credit hour, estimated $11,616/year (tuition only)
  • MTS (residential and distance education) – $484/credit hour, estimated $14,100/year (tuition only)
  • Th.M – $768/credit hour, estimated 16,128/year (tuition only)
  • Ph.D – $16,650 annually (first year)

See more detailed information about costs

How to apply

The application for financial aid and scholarships is included in the general application for admission. You will automatically be considered for all grants and aid by completing this section of the application.

Learn more about the application process.

Types of aid

Calvin Seminary awards over 200 scholarships to help offset the costs of a theological education. You may be awarded an academic scholarship ranging from $1,000-$15,000, annually.

There are many other forms of financial aid, including multicultural scholarships, classical aid, housing subsidies, outside scholarships, and loans.

Learn more about types of aid available to you.

Financial aid policies

See information about financial aid policies at Calvin Seminary, including policies about eligibility, satisfactory academic progress, and privacy.