One concern for many of our future students is the cost of seminary education. At CTSFW we’re aware of the strain that student loan debt can place on our graduates and we’re working with districts, congregations and Synod to solve that problem. One piece of that solution is doing everything we can to keep costs low, make sure you’re getting value for your money and find the best sources of financial aid to care for you and your family. If you have questions, please contact our admission department at email@example.com
(All numbers are current as of the academic year.)
We’ll need some information about you:
1. About Your Family:
2. About Your Finances:
3. About Your Academics
4. About Your Spending:
The costs for Concordia Health Plan for 12 months are:
Student only: $3,006
Student and spouse: $6,954
Student and children: $6,654
Student, spouse and children: $10,590
The average for CTSFW students last year was $2,700 for the first child and $1,500 per additional child. Most students with more than two children find alternatives to paid childcare to offset cost. If you have alternate plans, please fill in the costs (if any) here.
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