TUITION AND FEES
Application Fee – $25.00 (One Time-Non-refundable)
Tuition (Fall and SpringSemesters-15 Weeks) – $540.00
Tuition (Summer Semester-9 weeks) – $295.00
Tuition (Summer Semester-8 weeks) – $265.00
Registration Fee (Per Course) – $10.00
Returned Check Fee – $15.00
Graduation Fee – $50.00
Transcript Fee – $10.00
COLLEGE RECOMMENDED CREDIT FEES
Transcripts from Thomas Edison State College are available upon request.
Newark School of Theology Administrative fee – $45.00 Per Credit
The average cost of undergraduate tuition at all public and private colleges in the United States is estimated at $275 per credit according to the National Program on Noncollegiate Sponsored Instruction.
The average cost of textbooks is approximately $50 to $90 per class. Course books may be purchased at the Newark School of Theology or by students online.
Payment for books is expected when books are purchased. The cost of textbooks for a class can be obtained by contacting the school.
It is the policy of The Newark School of Theology to matriculate any person who can benefit from its programs, regardless of income. This policy is implemented by offering tuition assistance (which depend upon annual income) to students who qualify. A payment plan is available. After the student’s first semester of study, students must submit a tuition assistance application to the scholarship committee to qualify for continued student aid. Tuition Assistance Applications.
Tuition income and fees account for 45% of the annual budget of the school. The remainder of the school’s income comes through grant and gift support from congregations, the generosity of friends, gifts-in-kind, and grants.
METHODS OF PAYMENT
Payment for tuition and books may be made by cash, check or money order.
A full tuition refund will be given to any student who drops a course on the first or second week of class. Students dropping a class on the third or fourth session will receive a 70% tuition refund. A 50% refund will be given to students who drop a class after the fifth class session. A student may withdraw from class after the fifth class session but will not receive a refund.
To qualify for a refund, students must notify the registrar in writing. Application and registration fees are not refundable.