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McCormick’s need-based tuition grant program represents the largest amount of aid given to students. These grants are made possible by the generosity of many individuals and organizations, including those listed below, and awarded to students of all denominations on the basis of financial need. Contact the Student Financial Planning Office for information about your eligibility. To receive first consideration for grant assistance, complete a financial aid application as early as possible and well in advance of the beginning of your enrollment.

Fees and Financing
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Information on tuition, fees and financing for your D.Min education
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Information on tuition, fees and financing for your D.Min education
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Information on different ways to finance a McCormick education.
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McCormick Theological Seminary is committed to helping qualified students attend seminary, regardless of their ability to pay. A wide range of financial aid is available, including merit scholarships, need-based tuition grants, and loans. On- and off-campus employment is also available.

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McCormick's Office of Student Financial Planning offers support and assistance for those seeking to manage the financial aspects of their seminary education.

For more information on scholarships, loans and grants, as well as student employment, please contact Tabitha Hightower, Director of Student Financial Planning, at 773/947-6309 or thightower@mccormick.edu

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Tuition for the 2016/2017 Academic Year is $ 900.00 per course plus an estimated $250.00 for books. Other fees include a non-refundable Application Fee ($70.00) and room ($60.00 per night in McCormick housing)and board during the course. Thesis and graduation fees are additional costs.
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Tuition and Fees for Doctor of Ministry Programs

The total cost of study for McCormick’s 2017-2018 D.Min. program is $9,175

· Tuition: $8,100 ($900/class for 9 classes)

· Thesis advising fee: $900