Tuition and Fees - 2013-2014
The tuition and fee schedule that follows is effective beginning with the fall 2013 semester. Tuition, fees, and other expenses are subject to change without notice and are due by the dates that are announced each semester. Students may pay their tuition balance in full, obtain a guaranteed student loan, or set up a payment plan (if available). Because of contributions to Denver Seminary, students pay only a portion of the real cost of their education.
Master's degree programs, Certificate and Non-Degree Programs
|Fall and Spring, per semester hour||$530|
|Intersession and Summer, per semester hour||$530|
|Internship, per semester hour||$530|
|Auditing, master's degree programs, per semester hour||$175|
Doctoral program, fall and spring
|Doctor of Ministry courses, per semester hour||$530|
|Activity fee, fall and spring (charged to students enrolled in 2 or more credit hours)||$10|
New and reentering master's-level, degree-seeking students
(all programs except counseling licensure)
Counseling licensure students
Books and Supplies
|Annual estimated cost, based on enrollment of 12 hours per semester||$800|
Miscellaneous Fees and Other Expenses
|Application processing fee, master's level (nonrefundable)|
|Nondegree applicants/Visiting Scholar applicants||$35|
|Advanced standing exam application fee, per exam||$75|
|Late registration fee||$25|
|Late payment fee||$35|
|Change in schedule after payment deadline, per set of changes||$25|
|M.A. thesis continuation fee||$150|
|Counseling internship continuation fee||$200|
|CO 510 Counseling Foundations fee||$270|
|CO 511 Counseling Practicum fee||$200|
|CO 525 Career development and Assessment fee||$40|
|CO 526 Therapeutic Communication fee||$20|
|CO 539 Group Experience fee||$485|
|CO 602 Assessment and Measurement fee||$30|
|CO 657 Counseling Responses in Crises and Disasters fee||$100|
|CHP 650 Community-based Clinical Pastoral Education fee||$200|
| IM 611 Globalization in Theological Education fee
(urban and Native American sections only)
|T/M500 Introduction to Christian Formation and Training and Mentoring fee||$250|
Those eligible to audit a course in which a transcript record is kept pay, per credit hour, approximately one-third of the lowest tuition rate. Those eligible to audit without a transcript record may audit a course for a $35 fee. Please contact the the Registrar’s Office to request a Non-transcripted Audit Form.
There is a $5.00 charge for each official transcript that is requested ($15 for a rush request). Transcript requests must be made in writing to the Registrar's Office and include the student's signature. A transcript request form may be downloaded from the Denver Seminary website at http://www.denverseminary.edu/registrar-forms.
Refunds are given on a prorated basis depending on the date the course is officially dropped. This refund policy applies only to tuition and is as follows:
Fall and Spring Semesters
A 100% refund is given the first week of the semester, a 75% refund the second and third weeks of the semester, and a 50% refund the fourth and fifth weeks of the semester. There is no refund after the fifth week.
Summer and Intersession
One-Week Courses. A 75% refund is given on the first day. There is no refund after the first day.
Two-Week Courses. A 100% refund is given on the first day, 75% refund on the second day, and 50% on the third day. There is no refund after the third day.
Three-Week Courses. A 100% refund is given on the first day, a 75% refund on the second and third day, and a 50% refund on the fourth and fifth day. There is no refund after the fifth day.
Three-hour Courses. A 50% refund is given the Monday following the first weekend the course meets. There is no refund after that Monday.
Two-hour Courses. A 75% refund is given the Monday following the first weekend the course meets. There is no refund after that Monday.
Students are usually able to secure employment in the Denver area which underwrites many of their living expenses. The Seminary is able to give some assistance in employment placement (see the "Career Counseling" section of the academic catalog for more information).
In some cases, students may receive some financial remuneration for work in local churches as Christian education leaders or youth workers. Occasionally pastorates are available for students.