Fire & Grace School of Ministry
FINANCIAL INFORMATION

"For where your treasure is,

there will your heart be also."

Matthew 6:21

Application Fee: A nonrefundable $25.00 application fee must be sent with your application. Send a check or money order attached to your application forms to our Admissions Office.
 

Tuition: The cost of tuition for a full-time student is $600.00* per semester/$1,200.00* per year. This amount DOES NOT include text books or school supplies. Tuition payments can be made in full by the first day of class or in eight (8) installments of $150.00 each. Installment payments are due on the first (1st) of the month beginning October 1 and ending May 1.

 

*Contact us at fgschool@yahoo.com for information regarding family discounts.
 
The cost of tuition for a part-time student is $200.00 per class. A first year, part-time student takes Core Class (no charge) plus 1-2 classes in the fall semester and then 1-2 classes in the spring semester. The remaining classes are taken the second year. This amount DOES NOT include text books or school supplies. Tuition payments for the fall semester must be made in full by the first day of class. Tuition payments for the spring semester must be made in full by the first day of class unless other arrangements are made. Part-time students will be given limited access to academic sessions each semester. 

 

Important Note: We believe that FGSM tuition is reasonable and much lower than most ministry schools. We also agree with Matthew 6:21 that people spend their money on what is important to them and they are more likely to value what they spend their money on. However, we also know that some truly cannot afford tuition. Therefore, if you sincerely desire to attend FGSM but cannot due to finances, please submit your application and note this. FGSM does not deny applicants based on inability to pay tuition.

 
Housing/Employment/Transportation/Food:
Currently all classes are offered on-line only. Students who desire to move near Fire & Grace School of Ministry are responsible for their own housing, employment, transportation, food, healthcare, etc.