Tuition & Fees

2020-21

Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition and Fees

Application Fees

 

2020-21

Application Fee; non-refundable

$55.00

International Application Fee

$250.00

Tuition Fees

Student Status

Location

2020-21

Full-time/Part-time

On Campus

$720.00

 

Online

$720.00

 

Off Campus

$786.00

Seniors (65+)

Any

$360.00

Auditors

Any

$360.00

General Fees

 

2020-21

Late Registration Fee

$40.00

Administration Fee, per semester;  non-refundable
* No Admin. Fees for Auditors

$60.00

Library Usage Fee, per course non-refundable
* No Library Fees for Auditors

$15.00

Student Association Fee, per semester  non-refundable
* No SA Fees for Auditors

 
  • Full-time

$50.00

  • Part-time

$30.00

Transcript of Record, per copy

$20.00

Additional Program Fees

Description

Student Status

2020-21

800 Level Selected Research Topic Reading Courses; per course

Full-time/
Part-time

$741.00

Seniors (65+)

$741.00

Auditors

ineligible

Standard Reading Course



Full-time/
Part-time

$720.00

Upgrader Reading Course



Full-time/
Part-time

$480.00

M.Div. 900 Integrative Seminar and Comprehensive Exam
(fall - intersession)

Full-time/
Part-time

$720.00

M.Div 901 Synthesis Paper (intersession only)

Full-time/
Part-time 

$720.00

M.Th. 902 / M.T.S. 900 Thesis Fee

Full-time/
Part-time

$810.00

M.R.E. Supervised Field Education REL 400

Full-time/
Part-time

$225.00/section

Lay Formation Fee, per semester
(THEO 020 On-Campus or Online)

Full-time/
Part-time

$480.00

Auditors

ineligible

Maintaining Student Status Fees

Description

Cost

Annual Active Fee:
Assessed to M.T.S. or M.Th. students who have completed all course requirements and paid their thesis or project fees, but who have yet to “pass” their research paper, thesis or project in any given academic year. Failure to maintain registration status in this way results in a lapse of registration and requires the student to apply for readmission.

$200.00

Annual Continuing Fee:
Assessed to students in all programs who do not register for a course and wish to maintain program status.  Failure to maintain registration status in this way results in a lapse of registration and requires the student re-apply.  Students seeking re-admission may be required to meet new admission and program requirements.

$200.00

Readmission Fee
For students who have withdrawn from the Dip.Th., B.Th., M.T.S., M.Div., M.Th., or M.R.E. program or have let their registration lapse without paying the Annual Continuing or Active Fee.

$500.00

Convocation Fees

Program

Cost

C.Th., G.C.C.S.A. (certificate only, no ceremony)

$50.00

Dip.Th., B.Th., M.T.S., M.Div., M.R.E.

$190.00

M.Th. (includes M.Th. hood purchase)

$225.00

2021-22

Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition and Fees

Application Fees

 

2021-22

Application Fee; non-refundable

$55.00

International Application Fee

$250.00

Tuition Fees

Student Status

Location

2021-22

Full-time/Part-time

On Campus

$720.00

 

Online

$720.00

 

Off Campus

$786.00

Seniors (65+)

Any

$360.00

Auditors

Any

$360.00

General Fees

 

2021-22

Late Registration Fee

$40.00

Administration Fee, per semester;  non-refundable
* No Admin. Fees for Auditors

$60.00

Library Usage Fee, per course non-refundable
* No Library Fees for Auditors

$15.00

Student Association Fee, per semester  non-refundable
* No SA Fees for Auditors

 
  • Full-time

$50.00

  • Part-time

$30.00

Transcript of Record, per copy

$20.00

Additional Program Fees

Description

Student Status

2021-22

800 Level Selected Research Topic Reading Courses; per course

Full-time/
Part-time

$741.00

Seniors (65+)

$741.00

Auditors

ineligible

Standard Reading Course



Full-time/
Part-time

$720.00

Upgrader Reading Course



Full-time/
Part-time

$480.00

M.Div. 900 Integrative Seminar and Comprehensive Exam
(fall - intersession)

Full-time/
Part-time

$720.00

M.Div 901 Synthesis Paper (intersession only)

Full-time/
Part-time 

$720.00

M.Th. 902 / M.T.S. 900 Thesis Fee

Full-time/
Part-time

$810.00

M.R.E. Supervised Field Education REL 400

Full-time/
Part-time

$225.00/section

Lay Formation Fee, per semester
(THEO 020 On-Campus or Online)

Full-time/
Part-time

$480.00

Auditors

ineligible

Maintaining Student Status Fees

Description

Cost

Annual Active Fee:
Assessed to M.T.S. or M.Th. students who have completed all course requirements and paid their thesis or project fees, but who have yet to “pass” their research paper, thesis or project in any given academic year. Failure to maintain registration status in this way results in a lapse of registration and requires the student to apply for readmission.

$200.00

Annual Continuing Fee:
Assessed to students in all programs who do not register for a course and wish to maintain program status.  Failure to maintain registration status in this way results in a lapse of registration and requires the student re-apply.  Students seeking re-admission may be required to meet new admission and program requirements.

$200.00

Readmission Fee
For students who have withdrawn from the Dip.Th., B.Th., M.T.S., M.Div., M.Th., or M.R.E. program or have let their registration lapse without paying the Annual Continuing or Active Fee.

$500.00

Convocation Fees

Program

Cost

C.Th., G.C.C.S.A. (certificate only, no ceremony)

$50.00

Dip.Th., B.Th., M.T.S., M.Div., M.R.E.

$190.00

M.Th. (includes M.Th. hood purchase)

$225.00

Payment Schedule

Fees are due IN FULL on the first day of classes.

  • $25.00 is charged on all NSF cheques.
  • Tuition refunds: fees for a cancelled or dropped course can either be refunded if requested or applied to another course. Cheques will be issued within 30 days of course cancellation or approval of a dropped course.

Outstanding Accounts

Outstanding fees in the library, bookstore or registration office will result in the student’s grades being withheld until the account has been paid in full.

Tuition Refund Schedule
  • 100% tuition refund for courses dropped by the end of the second week of classes. Second week is defined as a class that has met for six hours, or, for internet courses, lesson, or unit two.
  • 50% tuition refund for courses dropped from the end of the second week to the fourth week of classes.

This refund schedule applies for intersession by number of times the class has met rather than by the number of weeks of the session.

Please note that the C.C.S. program has its own refund policy- see C.C.S. payment policy for more details.

International Student Tuition And Fees Repayment Note

International students must pay the Application Fee when they apply. International students who are not third-party funded (such as by a diocese etc.) must pay 50% of the tuition and fees by the withdrawal date each semester. All remaining fees are due on the last day of classes each semester. The college’s standard Late Fee applies after these dates. Students having outstanding fees will have their grades withheld until fees are paid in full.

Outstanding Accounts

Outstanding fees in the library, bookstore or registration office will result in the student’s grades being withheld until the account has been paid in full.

Bursaries & Scholarships

Newman Theological College Bursaries

Newman Theological College offers bursaries and scholarships to new and continuing students enrolled in NTC programs and courses.

NTC bursaries and scholarships are awarded for tuition only on the basis of the following criteria: financial need, involvement in the NTC community (current students) and involvement in the Christian community (new and continuing students), qualities of leadership, and academic performance. Bursary and scholarship Application Forms are available in April of the current academic year on the Forms and Documents page or from the Student Services area on the NTC campus. Applications must be submitted by June 10th for the upcoming academic year to the Executive Assistant. In June the Financial Assistance Committee reviews all completed applications and determines the amount of funds to be distributed. Late applicants are to contact the Executive Assistant for more information about bursaries or scholarships that may still be available after the initial distribution in June.

NTC reserves the right to publish the names of all award recipients.

Bursaries for 2021-2022

Newman Theological College offers bursaries to new and continuing students enrolled in degree programs. Newman Theological College bursaries are awarded (for tuition only) on the basis of the following four criteria:

  • Financial need
  • Involvement in NTC community (current students)
  • Involvement in the Christian community
  • Qualities of leadership
  • Academic performance

To apply for a bursary:

Bursary Application forms can be found by clicking the link found below or from the Student Services area at Newman Theological College. Students wishing to apply for any of the bursaries should print, complete, and mail or email the bursary application form and their bursary application letter to the Executive Assistant.

For more information contact the Executive Assistant at:

Michelle Maxwell
Newman Theological College
10012 84 Street
Edmonton, AB T6A 0B2
Telephone 780-392-2455
Fax 780-462-4013
Email: executive.assistant@newman.edu

Deadline: June 10, 2021

Late applicants will be considered for any bursaries that were not distributed as part of the initial distribution in August. For information on the availability of such bursaries contact executive.assistant@newman.edu

Application Form and Bursary Information

Financial Aid

Student Aid Resources

No student should be deterred from attending NTC for lack of financial resources. The federal and provincial governments offer lending programs and students are encouraged to access these funds. Most NTC programs are recognized and registered with Alberta Student Loans and Canada Student Loans. When an applicant for NTC has been accepted for enrollment, an application for financial assistance may be submitted to the appropriate authorities in the province of residence. Loan application packages for Alberta students are available from the Registrar’s Office. Please speak with the Registrar for assistance or enquiries regarding Student Loan applications.

Alberta Student Financial Assistance

Student Funding Contact Centre 
Edmonton: 780-427-3722 Toll Free: 1-800-222-6485

Students can find applications and forms, information sheets, etc. here:

Alberta Student Aid is pleased to announce that the updated MyLoan website is live for students:

MyLoan.studentaid.alberta.ca is the website students can use to manage the repayment of an Alberta student loan. This update provides student borrowers with secure online communication and more self-service features.

Communications to students related to loan repayment will be through your secure MyLoan inbox. You will receive email notifications prompting you to Login to your MyLoan Account for more detailed information.

The Alberta Student Aid system is now available for schools. Students can now access the following applications:
• 2018-19 Full-time Application
• Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship
Access What’s New at studentaid.alberta.ca/resources/resources-for-schools/

Canada Student Loans and Grant Program

For information visit the National Canada Student Loans Service Centre website.
Canada Student Loans & Grants

International Student Financial Aid

For international student financial aid information, visit the following website: http://www.cbie.ca

The Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE) contains education information and planning tools for people living outside Canada who would like to pursue academic interests at Canadian institutions. For information visit the following website: http://www.cbie.ca

External Bursaries

Information and Application Forms for a number of external bursaries not administered by NTC are available from the Dean of Students. Bursaries are also provided by parishes and many Religious Orders.

The Fund for Theological Education (FTE) offers support for graduate and seminary students studying theology in North America. For information visit their website: http://fteleaders.org/grants-fellowships

Information on external scholarships, student awards, bursaries and grants is available at these sites:
http://www.studentawards.com and
http://www.scholarshipscanada.com

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