Tuition & Aid
Due to the generous contributions of Mercer University, supporting churches, and our educational partners, McAfee School of Theology is one of the most affordable options for theological education. Because of our commitment to lowering student debt, every student at McAfee receives a grant covering over 50% of tuition, which cuts the true cost ($910/credit hour) of a seminary education dramatically. Merit scholarships are also available to those who qualify. Eligibility is determined by each prospective student's total admissions application, including potential for leadership in service and ministry. No separate application is required; all admissions applications are reviewed for scholarship eligibility.
Estimated Cost to Attend
2017-18 Academic Year
Tuition and Required Fees
|*McAfee Tuition Rate for M.Div. and M.A.C.M. & Certificates||$420/credit hour|
|*D.Min Tuition Rate||$425/credit hour|
|*Facilities and Technology Fee (required fee, full-time students)||$300 ($150/semester)|
|*Tuition rates and fees are estimated and subject to change. Tuition rates differ by school within Mercer. If you enroll in a combined degree program, the cost of tuition and fees for the secondary program will be subject to the current rate for that particular school and will not be covered by McAfee tuition assistance or scholarships.|
Other Estimated Expenses
|Books & Supplies per year||$500|
|Room On Campus ($2700.00 per semester, 4BR)||$5400|
|Room Off Campus ($600.00 per month, 1BR)||$7200|
|Food ($250.00 per month)||$3000|
Scholarships & Grants
Each of the links below are important resources for helping you pay for your seminary education.
- Scholarships for Entering and Returning Masters Students
- Need Based and University Financial Aid
- Private Foundation Scholarships and Grants
- Scholarship Requirements
- The Fund for Theological Education
- Scholarships for Military Chaplaincy
Scholarship application deadlines are October 1st for Spring and January 15th for Fall. Please contact the admissions office regarding scholarship availability during other times of year. Contact the office via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (678) 547-6474 for more information about financial aid opportunities available for incoming students. Fax (678) 547-6478.