Tuition

The Crossing Bible College believes that a quality, spiritual education that trains individuals for serving the Lord should not leave them with financial debt. Many universities leave graduates with government loans and student debt. For those called into ministry, it can be a difficult task to pay down such costs and therefore, we chose to provide this affordable option. You can still receive a high quality, spiritual education but now at an affordable cost.

Tuition is paid by the course for each program. Students have the option of attending full time, taking 2 eight week courses at a time or part time, 1 eight week course.  

There are 4 affordable payment plans to choose from: 

Plan A - Full Time - Term paid in full prior to the start date, includes a 10% discount. $300 - $30 = $270

Plan B - Full Time - 2 Monthly installments of $150 

Plan C - Part Time - Term paid in full prior to the start date, includes a 10% discount. $150 - $15 = $135

Plan D - Part Time - 2 Monthly installments of $75

*Payments to be paid through automatic withdrawal on or before the 20th day of the month. We apologize for the inconvenience, but cash, check and money orders will not be accepted as payment. Students must set up automatic payments in order to enroll in TCBC. 


Registration Fee

The application fee is $35. This fee covers both processing the application, registration and assessing academic standing. Click here to pay.

Transcript reassessment Fee

Official transcripts are required no later than 90 days upon receipt of acceptance into the college. Transcripts received after the 90 day period will result in an additional $35 transcript reassessment fee.

Book Costs

Book lists will be provided prior to the start of each semester. Students are responsible for purchasing their own books from the merchant their choosing including specialty Christian stores, Amazon, etc.

commencement FEE

There is a $75 graduation fee which covers the graduation ceremony & reception, diploma with cover, cap, gown, tassel, and honors cords, if applicable.  Any student who chooses not to participate in the commencement ceremony will receive his or her diploma by mail.