FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Cost Breakdown by Semester (Track 1)

TUITION

Full-time Students
Tuition (12-18 credit hours) $1,200.00
Tuition (per credit hour over 18) $90.00

Part-time Students
Tuition (per credit hour under 12) $140.00
Audit (per course) $70.00

HOUSING FEES
Room $1,200.00

FEES
Application $25.00 (First-time students)
Graduation (final semester seniors only) $100.00
Registration/Matriculation $600.00

Records
Add a course $5.00
Drop a course $5.00
Late Registration $50.00

AVERAGE COST (off-campus student)
Tuition, Housing, and Registration Fee – $3,000.00

AVERAGE COST (off-campus student)
Tuition and Registration Fee – $1,800.00

LOcal Church Offering (LOCO) (Track 2) – Full Scholarship by Semester

(Applies to students whose church supports FBC for $200.00 per month*)

TUITION

Full-time Students
Tuition (12-18 credit hours) $0.00
Tuition (per credit hour over 18) $90.00

HOUSING FEES
Room $1,200.00

FEES
Application $25.00 (First-time students)
Graduation (final semester seniors only) $100.00
Registration/Matriculation $600.00

Records
Add a course $5.00
Drop a course $5.00
Late Registration $50.00

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AVERAGE COST (off-campus student)
Housing and Registration Fee – $1,800.00

AVERAGE COST (off-campus student)
Registration Fee – $600.00

LOcal Church Offering (LOCO) (Track 2) – Half Scholarship by Semester

(Applies to students whose church supports FBC for $100.00 per month*)

TUITION

Full-time Students
Tuition (12-18 credit hours) $600.00
Tuition (per credit hour over 18) $90.00

HOUSING FEES
Room $1,200.00

FEES
Application $25.00 (First-time students)
Graduation (final semester seniors only) $100.00
Registration/Matriculation $600.00

Records
Add a course $5.00
Drop a course $5.00
Late Registration $50.00

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AVERAGE COST (off-campus student)
Tuition, Housing, and Registration Fee – $2,400.00

AVERAGE COST (off-campus student)
Tuition and Registration Fee – $1,200.00

BASIC COSTS

FULL-TIME STUDENTS
The tuition for full-time students is $1,200.00 per semester. Students who are enrolled for over eighteen (18) credit hours per semester will be charged $90.00 per credit hour for those hours over eighteen (18) unless they are prescribed subjects for certain majors. Students are required to be enrolled for a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours per semester to be eligible to live in off-campus housing unless prior approval is obtained from the Dean of Students.

PART-TIME STUDENTS
The tuition rate for part-time students (those under twelve [12] credit hours) is $140.00 per credit hour.

HOUSING FEES
The housing fee for full-time students is $1,200.00 per semester. During interim sessions, students may reside in off-campus housing for an additional fee of $75.00 per week. Students who desire to live in off-campus housing during interim sessions must obtain approval from the Admissions Office prior to the session. All college rules apply during interim sessions.

BOOKS AND CURRICULUM
Required textbooks can range in cost depending on the required courses, but are generally under $200 per semester. Students are given the opportunity to purchase their own required books within the first two weeks of the semester. After this period, required textbooks will be ordered by the administration and applicable fees will be charged to the student’s account. Courses which require e-labs or e-books will be ordered by the professor and fees will be charged to the student’s account.

 

APPLICATION OF PAYMENTS
PAYMENT PROCEDURE
The registration and matriculation fee of six hundred dollars ($600.00) is due at registration. The cost for tuition and room is divided into three (3) installments for those who wish to pay by installments. Payments for the Fall Semester are due October 1, November 1, and December 1. Subsequent payments for the Spring Semester are due February 1, March 1, and April 1. A twenty-five dollar ($25.00) late fee will be assessed if payment is not received by the 10th of the month. A fifteen-dollar ($15.00) fee will be charged for any check returned unpaid by the bank.

Students with past due accounts will be required to fulfill a payment plan instituted by the Finance Office as detailed in the Student Handbook. Students will not be given their final grades for the semester if their account has an outstanding balance. Students will not be permitted to re-enroll for the following semester until their account balance is paid in full.

1. Method of Payment – Students may pay outstanding balances via cash, check, money order, or cashier’s check. All payments must be issued in U.S. funds.
2. Full-Payment Discount – Students who pay their account in full at registration will receive a five percent (5%) discount on the tuition portion of their bill. This will not apply to students on the LOCO Scholarship program.

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A Ministry of West Gate Baptist Church

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Tampa, FL | 33615

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