Tuition & Funding
Taylor University provides every student with a scholarship. Tuition is reduced from $500 per credit to $325 per credit, making the overall tuition cost under $12,000 for the 36-credit hour Master of Arts in Ministry program.
Students who participate in the Northview residency program receive an additional $6,000 scholarship from Northview Church, lowering the tuition cost to under $6,000.
Textbooks are not included in the cost of tuition. Other costs include a $300 matriculation fee, which is then credited towards tuition for the first course, as well as ministry trip fees to Chicago ($350) and New York City Relief ($1,100).
Northview residents receive a $1,000 monthly stipend from Northview Church and New York City Relief expenses are covered. The church can also provide housing options for single residents. Students in the Northview residency program must provide their own transportation to Northview Church and health insurance.
Financial Aid and Student Loans
Graduate students enrolled with Taylor University are eligible for the Federal Stafford Loan and can generally borrow up to the full cost of attendance (tuition and fees, books and materials, computer, room and board, etc.).
- You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), listing Taylor University Upland 001838 as a recipient of the data.
- FAFSA must be complete each academic year (July 1-June 30 for federal aid purposes).
- FAFSA should be completed 2-3 months before the student needs the loan.
- Students must take a minimum of 6 credit hours a semester.
Upon receipt of the student’s FAFSA data, Taylor University’s Financial Aid Office will review the data and may request additional information if necessary. Once the file is complete, the Financial Aid Office will send an Award Letter identifying your loan eligibility, and providing detailed instructions for completing the loan application process.
For more information, please contact the Financial Aid Department at 765-998-5358 or firstname.lastname@example.org.