Tuition/Room & Board 2017-06-22T16:10:43+00:00

Tuition/Room & Board


Attending a private college may be expensive. Graduates may sometimes be burdened with student loans that take years to repay and can delay ministry or graduate training. To help its graduates enter ministry with a minimal student loan burden, IBCS offers room board and tuition at rates lower than many other private colleges.

Semester Annual
Tuition (15-20 hours)  $5,625  $11,250
Room & Board  $3,100  $6,200
 Total  $8,725  $17,450
Tuition per Credit Hour (Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer terms)
(1 to 15, 20 plus credit hours) – $375
Tuition per Credit Hour (Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer terms)
(1 to 15, 20 plus credit hours) – $375

Tuition/Room & Board Costs


Tuition per Credit Hour (Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer terms)
(1 to 15, 20 plus credit hours)
 $375
Early Start, Certificate, Audit per hour $188
Accelerated Tuition Plan
(Combined Fall/Winter; Combined Spring/Summer Terms)
(15 to 20 credit hours)
$5,625
Room and Board per Combined Fall/Winter;
Combined Spring/Summer
(Winter & Summer RH included for dates student attends classes)
$3,100
Click here to access the Net Price Calculator which allows you to receive an estimated cost of attendance.

Fees


General

Lost Residence Hall Key or Key Card $5
Transcript Fee (first copy- no charge) $5
Transfer Fee $10
Returned Check or Bank Stop Payment Fee (per check) $25

Explanation of Fees


Room and Board

The $3,100 Room and Board rate per Combined Fall/Winter or Spring/Summer terms allows the student to live in the residence hall (RH) during the Winter and Summer terms at no additional cost under the following conditions:

  • He or she has lived in the residence hall during the fall or spring semester.
  • He or she enrolls in on-campus classes for the winter or summer term.

The $195 per week RH Fee is charged to students living in the residence hall for the regular winter or summer term. Food Services provides meals to RH students during these terms.

The $100 per week RH Fee is charged to students living in the RH at non-term time periods, that is, when classes are not being offered on campus. Food Services does not provide meals to RH students during this time. Students who are given permission to live in the RH during Christmas break or during winter and/or summer terms but are not taking classes will be charged the per-week Residence Hall Fee.

Deposits

Fall Semester Residence Hall Deposit – $100
The Residence Hall Deposit is required to secure an on-campus housing reservation for students applying to live in the residence hall. The payment is due on July 15th and will be applied to the student’s fall semester charges.

Fall Semester Tuition Deposit – $200
The tuition deposit is required from all students in order to secure registration in the college each year. The payment is due July 15th and will be applied to the student’s fall semester charges.

Residence Hall Room and Key Deposit – $50
Each academic year the student is charged a $50 room and key deposit. The deposit will be refunded at the end of the academic year upon final room inspection approval and return of the student’s RH key card.

Special Fees

Lost Residence Hall Key and Key Card Fee – $5
Students will be charged a $5 replacement fee for a lost RH key or key card.

Financial Information

Returned Check or Bank Stop Payment Fee – $25
Each occurrence of a personal check returned or bank stop payment for insufficient funds is subject to a $25 returned check fee. Students remain responsible for all dishonored payments made on their accounts.

Transcript Fee – $5
The first copy of an official transcript request is free; thereafter, a $5 nonrefundable transcript fee will be charged for each additional transcript copy requested.

Transfer Fee – $10
A one-time, non-refundable fee of $10 is charged to students transferring credits into IBCS from another institution. The fee is billed upon completion of the registration process.

Methods of Payments


Payments may be made by personal check, bank check, or money order in person at the TBC Welcome Center or the IBCS Billing Office or may be mailed to the IBCS Billing Office. Students and/or parents may make credit/debit card payments in person or by calling the IBCS Billing Office.

Students and/or parents may also consider setting up automatic bill pay from their personal checking account; payments should be mailed to the IBCS Billing Office.

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