At Kuyper College we place a special emphasis on making a high-quality Christian college education affordable. And now, Kuyper College is freezing tuition for new full-time students entering the College in the Fall 2021 semester. Published tuition for new and transfer students will remain the same for four years for freshmen and up to four years for transfer students depending on their class standing at transfer. In addition, Kuyper provides:
Competitive Tuition Rates—Kuyper’s published tuition rate is significantly lower than comparable Christian colleges—an average of $4,000 less per year.
Substantial Financial Aid—100% of Kuyper Students receive financial aid—an average of $17,897 per year. And Kuyper is intentional about keeping student debt at graduation as low as possible. In fact, a recent study by LendEDU ranks Kuyper the lowest in student debt at graduation among all Michigan colleges and universities. In a similar study, also conducted by LendEDU, Kuyper was ranked one of the best colleges in the nation for financial aid and was ranked eighth in Michigan.
KuyperWorks—A 4-year Kuyper College program that guarantees on-campus jobs for resident students and provides them with workplace and career readiness skills for post-graduation employment. Students in the program are paid $15 per hour—from which they receive a stipend with the balance applied to reduce tuition.
Lowest Debt at Graduation
A report by LendEDU ranks Kuyper lowest in student debt at graduation among all Michigan colleges and universities.
A Financial Safety Net—The Kuyper Loan Repayment Assistance Program, provides a safety net for students by helping to repay loans after graduation if a graduate’s income does not meet a specified threshold—presently $38,000. Kuyper is one if only two colleges in Michigan to make this program available to all incoming freshmen at no cost to students or their families.