Please Note: All students in good standing can expect to receive some form of financial assistance. A few of the most common scenarios are highlighted in the tabs below.
This is the base tuition structure for the current academic year — for Gordon-Conwell’s master’s degree programs and courses. Students enrolled in cohorts through the DMin or LGM program, have a different tuition structure (accessible via the tabs above).
Thanks to the generosity of our board of trustees, most students (full-time or part-time, online or in-person) qualify for the Trustee Scholarship, providing a 24% discount off of Gordon-Conwell’s base tuition rate.
Gordon-Conwell has partnered with several ministries to extend a 40% tuition discount to ministry staff. View our list of ministry partnerships »
Students enrolled in an urban ministry degree through our Boston Campus/CUME, are eligible for the Urban Ministry Scholarship (a 47% discount from our base tuition, automatically applied for CUME students). Qualifying programs include: The Graduate Certificate in Urban Ministry, the MA in Christian Ministries —Urban Ministry Concentration, and the Master of Divinity — Urban Ministry Concentration.
The tuition structure for the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program is different from our master’s degree programs, which are billed by course at the current annual rate.
For DMin cohorts, the tuition rate is locked at the initial academic year while someone remains an active participant in their cohort. Tuition does not increase for students active in the cohort to which they matriculated.
The tuition structure for Latino & Global Ministries (LGM) cohorts operates differently from most of our master’s degree programs, which are billed by course at the current annual tuition rate.
Like our DMin cohorts, the tuition rate for an LGM Cohort is locked at the initial academic year while someone remains an active participant in their cohort. Tuition does not increase for students active in the cohort to which they matriculated.
* Level 1 Cohorts include an additional $350 for CT500.
Note: Service fees will be charged as follows for each semester/summer session in which a student registers for courses, regardless of student status or credit hours or registration type. Service fees are structured differently for DMin & LGM students.
|Fall/Spring/Full Summer||$175 per term|
|Summer I, II, III (Intensives)||$35 per session|
|Technology Fee||$40 per term|
$350 per course
$150 per course for active, degree seeking students
$500 per Fall & Spring Semester
$50 per semester
Automatically charged when registered for 6 or more credits. Students must submit Health Insurance Waiver prior to Waiver Deadline if you wish to avoid being charged for Medical Insurance. Please see the Health Insurance page for more details.
$7,424 total for the Year (9/1/20 – 8/31/21) billed in two increments;
$2,475 for Fall (9/1/21 – 12/31/21);
2021–2022 costs for apartments, dorms, and meal plans can be found on the Housing webpage.
The Partnership Program at Gordon-Conwell is designed to equip students for Kingdom work without accruing educational debt. The program provides co-curricular activities and resources in biblical stewardship, as well as a full-tuition Scholarship renewable every year. With the help of the Partnership Program, you will raise up a team of prayer and financial support. The program is available for either full-time or part-time students.
Gordon-Conwell participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program. Through this program we are able to offer the Direct Unsubsidized loan and the Graduate Direct PLUS Loan to help provide funding options to eligible candidates.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, handicap or veteran status. A complete statement of compliance with federal laws and regulations can be found in the Gordon-Conwell Student Handbook.