2020-2021 Tuition and Fees
|2020-21 Summary of Fees (Undergrad)|
|Per Year||Per Term|
|Total – Commuting Student||$25,449||$8,483|
|Room and Board||$12,606||$4,202|
||$75 ($50 Spring only)||n/a|
| *Single Room (waived for 2020-21 due to COVID-19)
|Total – Resident Student||$38,130||$12,710|
| *Total Per Single Room Resident Student (rates adjusted for 2020-21 year)
|Total Cost of Attendance 20-21 (PDF)|
*Regular room and board charges for all resident students are $12,606 per year of
three terms. Students who request and are approved for a single room will be charged
an additional $1,000 per year of three terms. Requests must be made to and approved
by the Residence Life Director. Due to campus requirement for 2020-21 year that all rooms be single occupancy, this
single room fee is waived.
|2020-21 Summary of Fees (Graduate)|
|Per Term||Per Credit|
|Masters of Education Tuition||—||$764.00|
|Theological School Tuition||$6557.00||$479.00|
|Theological School Fees||$485.00||$35.00|
Special fees for the 2020–2021 academic year are outlined below.
Due by May 1. All new students, including transfers, are required to submit a non-refundable enrollment deposit of $200 to reserve a place in the new entering class. Once a student enrolls, this amount is credited to the student’s account.
In addition to the tuition fee of $182.00 per credit, students are expected to pay the cost of any materials supplied to the auditor. In general, studio and laboratory courses are not open to auditors. This amounts to $546.00 per 3-credit class.
Auditors aged 60 years and older may apply to the Bursar (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a reduction in costs for a tuition of $91.00 per credit (course materials don’t apply to this reduction).
|2020-21 Rates per Credit||2021-22 Rates per Credit|
Students may apply for a bookstore voucher for a given term up to a maximum amount of $350.00 if their financial aid exceeds their charges for the term, so that they may purchase books and supplies in advance of their actual financial aid disbursement (which occurs 4 weeks into each term).
- All required financial aid documents have been submitted to the Financial Aid Office
- Student has no outstanding balance due to Bryn Athyn College
- Student has filed the FAFSA and has financial aid resources that exceed their charges for the term they are requesting voucher
- Student is registered for classes
How it Works:
Temporary COVID relief policy: If a student is approved for a bookstore voucher, the approved amount will be refunded in a paper check form. Due to our current process, approved funds may need to be sent directly to a student’s address on file, so please allow adequate time for check processing and mail delivery.
Application and more information can be viewed here:
For more information, contact the Bursar’s Office.
The Nursing Program is a four-year program, run in partnership with the Jefferson School of Nursing of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, leading to a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN). Visit our Nursing Program page for more information.
Please note that for the first two years of the program, tuition/fees and financial aid will be administered by Bryn Athyn College. Once accepted and enrolled in the Thomas Jefferson University portion of the program, tuition/fees and financial aid will be administered by Thomas Jefferson University. Feel free to visit the following links regarding both tuition/fees and financial aid at Thomas Jefferson University.