Tuition and Fees

Master's and Certificates
Per credit hour
Tuition per credit hour
$525
Senior Citizens, 65 or over, per credit hour
$475
Audit Fee per credit hour
$40
Doctor of Ministry
Per credit hour
Tuition per credit hour
$590
Senior Citizens, 65 or over, per credit hour
$540
Major Project Fee
$3,300
Additional Program Committee Member (optional)
$500
Audit Fee per credit hour
$40
Other Fees*
Application Fee (one-time, non-refundable fee for all students)
$50
Auditor Application Fee
$25
Graduation Fee
$175
New Student Tuition Deposit (applies to first semester tuition)
$100
Annual Technology Fee (billed in two payments, Fall and Spring terms)
$400
Transcript Fee
$10

Payment Options

Pay As You Go
All tuition and student fees are due the first day of class.
Monthly Payment Plan
Students can choose to break up tuition payments monthly. A $25 monthly fee will be assessed in addition to a 2.5% convenience fee for credit cards.
Savings Plan
Knox will allow students to put away funds monthly in preparation for registration start dates. Arrangements must be through the business office. No fee for participation.
The Church Partnership Program
A cost sharing program between you, your church, and Knox that saves up to two-thirds the cost of tuition. Learn more about the Church Partnership Program.
Fixed Payment Plan
Tuition: The Fixed Payment Program locks in your tuition rate for the required hours in your selected course of study. There is no interest on the tuition owed before or after graduation, as long as you continue to make payments on time.
Payment Amount: The monthly payment amount is based on the number of payments, the estimated graduation date, and the program selected
48 Credit Hours
Fixed Tuition
$565
72 Total Payments
$377
84 Total Payments
$323
96 Total Payments
$283
60 Credit Hours
Fixed Tuition
$580
72 Total Payments
$483
84 Total Payments
$414
96 Total Payments
$363
90 Credit Hours
Fixed Tuition
$620
72 Total Payments
$775
84 Total Payments
$664
96 Total Payments
$581
108 Total Payments
$517
120 Total Payments
$465

Federal Loans

In order to maintain institutional independence, Knox Seminary does not accept federal student loans.
At Knox, we believe students should not have to take on significant debt to prepare for ministry, which is seen by the fact that a large majority of Knox alumni report graduating with little-to-no debt.
This is due in large part to Knox's Church Partnership Program, in which Knox comes alongside you and your church to share the cost of your education.

Do you have a question?

If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us.