At the UD School of Ministry, 93% of students who request financial aid receive tuition assistance in the form of
grants or scholarships.
University financial aid is made possible by the generosity of benefactors of the School of Ministry and the endowment of the University of Dallas. They reflect the University's commitment to the students of the School of Ministry in its mission to meet the needs of the local church. Generous awards are available and every effort is made to make our program affordable.
School of Ministry Graduate Tuition Scholarships are financial awards given to students by the University in recognition of exceptional academic promise, demonstrated by a record of outstanding achievement in previous academic work. Scholarships are applied to the tuition costs of students for course work which meets the requirements of the School of Ministry degree programs.
Standardized test scores are not considered in the determination of scholarship awards. One may also request a review of one's scholarship status, as need dictates. Students must submit a formal request for scholarship renewal, as well as a FAFSA, annually.
The various School of Ministry Graduate Education Grants are financial awards given to students by the University in recognition of financial need (as demonstrated by the FAFSA report), and/or a commitment to the vision and values of the School of Ministry.
Special consideration is given to applicants who:
One may also request a review of one's grant status, as need dictates. Students must submit a formal request for scholarship renewal, as well as a FAFSA, annually.
Financial support for graduate study may be available from groups outside the regular channels of University financial aid. Students are encouraged to research and pursue the following additional sources of support, as well as others:
Other Financial Aid
Students taking a minimum of 6 credits are eligible for federal financial aid. One may apply for low-interest student loans through the Office of Financial Aid at the University of Dallas.
For more information, necessary forms, and instructions about loans, please contact the Financial Aid Office directly at (972) 721-5266. Students who currently have outstanding loans must make special arrangements with their lending institutions in order to defer their loans.
In order to ensure that our students receive the maximum amount of financial aid available to them, we require all applicants for financial aid to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually. This report, along with your application form, must be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the application deadline in order to receive financial aid consideration.
Therefore, the following application deadline applies for those seeking financial aid:
Below are the School of Ministry tuition and fee rates for Summer 2015, before financial aid is taken into consideration.
|Cost per Credit Hour||$760.00|
|Course Fee per Credit Hour||$30.00|
|Technology Fee per Credit Hour||$30.00|
Beginning in the Fall 2015 rates will be as follows:
|Cost per Credit Hour||$650.00|