Rebecca's Financial Aid Story
Rebecca is a Michigan resident and loves living on campus. One of her parents was recently unemployed. She receives an academic scholarship, along with federal, state and other institutional grants that total $13,600. She also receives $7,500 in loans. Rebecca uses earnings from her on-campus job to assist with her expenses as well.
Tuition and Fees
When looking at which college to attend, you should be sure you are making a wise investment. At Kuyper College, we place a special emphasis on making a high-quality Christian college education as affordable as possible. This keeps our tuition costs significantly lower than many other Christian colleges. This affordable education, combined with an education that is focused on preparing Christian leaders to make a difference, makes Kuyper an exceptional value.
To reduce the burden of credit card fees imposed by merchant services, there will be a 3% convenience fee added to the student bill for tuition and room/board payments made by credit card.
|Annual Costs Summary (2021-2022)|
|Full-time Tuition (12-17 credit hours)||$24,630 per year|
|Room and Board (15 meals/week)||$8,160 per year|
100%of students receive financial aid and scholarships.
$17,897Average financial aid package
|So what is my actual cost?|
| Tuition and Fees
+ Room and Board
- Scholarships and Grants
While your financial aid is packaged for the year, it is split by semester and you are billed on a semester basis as detailed in the costs below.
Your balance is due in full for the Semester by the first day of classes.
Plans should include out-of-pocket tuition, travel and room and board.
Establishing a Payment Plan
To establish a payment plan, please complete the Deferred Payment Request Form. Students electing the deferred payment plan option should be sure to include tuition, room and board, and registration, lab and graduation fees.
Students have the option to pay the balance with electronic debits (without transaction fees) or by credit card (with fees).
If approved, all payments are in equal installments and are due the first business day of the month. The due dates are as follows:
Instructions for electronic payments will be emailed to each student after registration is finalized.
Our new tuition payment system affords us to provide the opportunity of multiple plans for payment as well as a "parent portal". Students, through an electronic Family Educational Right and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) form, may convey permission to share information such as class schedule, grades and student account information to other such as parents, spouses, churches, or other entities providing support through the "parent portal".
|Detailed Costs Breakdown (2020-2021)|
|Full-time Tuition (12-17 credit hours)||$12,315 per semester|
|Part-time Tuition (1-11 credit hours)||$1030 per credit|
|Overload (over 17 credits)||$700 per credit|
|2020 Summer Courses||$450 per credit|
|Audit||$450 per credit|
|Dual Enrollment||$190 per credit|
|Personal Enrichment||$225 per class|
|Room and Board (15 meal plan)||$4,080 per semester|
|Room and Board (10 meal plan)||$4,000 per semester|
|Enrollment Deposit||$200 (one time charge)|
|Master of Ministry||$450 per credit|
|Late Payment Fee||$35|
|Returned Check Fee (plus exchange fee)||$45|
|Payment Plan Set-Up Fee||$35|
Please note: some classes may entail lab fees for travel. Book charges vary by course.
Students enrolled in collabroative programs my have additional fees. Please consult the collaborative instituion for questions pertaining to these fees.
To determine indirect costs, it is recommended (by the State of Michigan) that you allow $800 for books/supplies and $900 for travel expenses.