Summer Courses are available for registration.
Education requires a commitment of time and money. Your enrolment advisor can help you figure out how to fit your studies within the time and financial resources God has given you. Our programs and courses are offered in a variety of delivery options, including daytime, evening, online and one-week intensive formats. And we have scholarships and bursaries to help with your tuition. Talk to your enrolment advisor today.
ACTS Seminaries offers a variety of scholarships, bursaries, and awards to provide financial assistance for students registered in five credits or more in both the fall and spring terms. There are merit-based scholarships, need-based bursaries and endowment awards. To learn more about the financial aid options available to you, talk to your enrolment advisor.
To apply for financial aid, you can fill out a Financial Aid Application.
Note: you must be admitted to ACTS Seminaries prior to filling out the financial aid application. The application deadline for the first round of financial aid distribution is April 30. All applications are due no later than July 31. Financial aid applications are for the full academic year. There is no financial aid available in summer. Students beginning studies in the spring (January) term need to contact their graduate enrolment advisor for a financial aid application form.
Step 1: Fill out the online financial aid application form.
Step 2: Once your awards have been granted, you can confirm your awards.
Step 3: When you register for courses, your awards will be applied to your account.
Each seminary within ACTS offers financial assistance to its students. You can contact your seminary for more information.
Many external agencies offer scholarships and bursaries for seminary students. See the list.
If you have done everything you can to come up with the funds you need to pay for school and still require additional funding, then we would encourage you to consider applying for a student loan. Government student loans are a good option as they remain interest-free while you are a student and you do not need to make any payments until you have finished school. It is recommended to apply for government student loans by June 1.
Student loan eligibility is determined in part by the province of residence. If you reside outside of BC, you can search student aid sites for each province. Learn more on the BC student aid site: https://studentaidbc.ca/sabc-home-page
We make every effort to keep tuition fees affordable. Each student’s tuition is subsidized by the generous support of denominational constituencies across Canada.
Program or Course Type
Tuition Per Credit Hour
Doctor of Ministry
Activity, Infrastructure and Technology Fee*
Graduate Student Association Fee
*Activity, Infrastructure and Technology Fee: This fee is intended to support many of the student-oriented activities and related infrastructure. This fee pays a portion of recreational services, Student Life services such as the Student Success Center and Wellness Centre, as well as support for distinct programs available to international and commuter students. It also contributes to the technological upgrades that benefit students and are necessary in today’s fast-changing computerized world. It should be noted that only a portion of the actual costs of these activities and facilities has been recovered through this fee.
Your graduate enrolment advisor can help sort it out. Talk to us to discover your financial aid options.