Tuition and Fees
United Theological Seminary strives to make theological education affordable through reasonable tuition costs, contextual education placements and a comprehensive financial aid and scholarship program.
The Board of Trustees approves tuition rate changes on an annual basis. Information on this page is subject to change.
90-Hour MDiv tuition per credit hour 
None enrolled or active
78-Hour MDiv tuition per credit hour 
48 Hour MTS program tuition per credit hour
45 hour MACM 2 year program per credit hour
Activities fee per semester
Student Orientation, On line, all Masters level students
Alumni/ae fee per semester
Technology fee per semester
Common Meal fee per semester
Directed Study with Adjunct per credit hour surcharge
Transcultural fee per credit hour surcharge (MDiv only)
Late Registration fee per occurrence
Audit fees for current students per course
Audit fees for alumni/ae per course
Audit fees for special students per credit hour
MDiv and Masters Graduation fee
All tuition and fees must be paid at the time of registration. Any outstanding charges from the previous semester will delay course registration until such charges are met. Failure to pay tuition in a timely manner may result in loss of academic credit for that semester. Students anticipating graduation must pay in full all financial obligations to the school at least eight days prior to the date of commencement.
United permits payment by cash, check, Discover Card, Visa or MasterCard. All payments are to be made directly to the Business Office. Inquiries regarding payment and payment options should be directed to the Business Office.
Doctoral students may arrange to pay tuition and fees for the Fall or Spring Semesters on a deferred basis, subject to the following provisions:
It is the student’s responsibility to see that all payments reach the Business Office on or before the payment deadlines or agreed upon dates, whether or not a bill has been received.
Students may pay their tuition for a semester in four monthly installments. Contact the Business Office for details.
Charges incurred during the semester/term are due in full upon receipt of written notice from the Business Office and are payable in addition to any deferred payment obligations.
Students whose financial obligations are not paid in full are not eligible to register for the next semester/term or to receive transcripts, grades, enrollment verification or degrees.
Financial obligations include tuition, fees, library fines, and all other items billed by the seminary.
Read the policies above before making a payment. To make a payment online click the link below: